Welcome to palm beach divers

Koh lanta dive center!

Do you feel like diving in Koh Lanta for pleasure, snorkeling or receiving diving training?

With Palm Beach Divers, Koh Lanta, you will go diving in idyllic surroundings, guided by a passionate team who will be looking out for your comfort and safety on the highest level.

Thanks to Lila, our big boat, we will take you out into the Andaman Sea around Koh Lanta for unforgetable diving to admire a big variety of colorful coral reefs, full of life in its different forms.

Created ten years ago, the Palm Beach Divers center is situated on Lanta, on Long Beach, one of Koh Lanta's most beautiful beaches. In October 2014, Palm Beach Divers passed over to the Polish couple Iwona and Wlodek Gryglewicz, both experienced diving instructors.

Palm Beach Divers is Diving Center which offers full range of diving courses - from Open Water Diver to Instructor level as well as diving and snorkeling trips to destinations close to Koh Lanta. You will see more information here.

Palm Beach Divers team consists of instructors and dive masters communicating fluently in Thai, English, Polish, French, German, Russian and Spanish.

They will make sure your diving in Lanta is the best experience you might have!

Palm Beach Divers, 
Lanta operates all year.

Diving during Green Season may be a better experience as there are not so many divers around and marine life is even richer due to temperature and food availability.

Dive Sites

Koh Haa

Koh Haa’s scuba diving highlights include The Lagoon, The Cathedral and The Chimney

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Koh Bida

Koh Bida Nai has an amazing topography of underwater crevices, huge boulders and fields of staghorn reef.

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Hin Muang / Hin Daeng

The dive sites Hin Daeng and Hin Muang are the deepest drop-offs in Thailand. They are world-class dive sites and provide some of the most stunning diving in the area.

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Phi Phi

Around the Phi Phi islands there are many attractive dive sites with beautiful scenery and frequent appearance of Black Tip and Leopard Sharks. 

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