Diving & Snorkeling @ Koh Haa
Depth: 3-50 m
Water: 27-30 C
Safe for: Everyone
Koh Haa consists of 6 islands regrouping about 15 different dive sites. Koh Haa’s scuba diving highlights include: The Lagoon, The Cathedral and The Chimney. There are also underwater pinnacles, drop-offs, walls, caverns, inter-connected chambers and swim throughs to explore.
The marine life that can be found at Koh Haa is very rich and varies from a rare Ghost Pipefish measuring only few centimetres, to an Octopus hiding amongst the rocks and crevices. A Hawksbill Turtle is often seen swimming amongst the pristine coral.
Turtle @ Koh Haa
Octopus @ Koh Haa
Koh Haa, especially Koh Haa Yai, is the dive area close to Koh Lanta where Whale Sharks were spotted very often. There were dives during which two Wale Sharks have been met in one site.
No guaranties, but it is worth taking a chance.
Whale Shark playing with snorkelers
Where is… Our Whale Shark?
One of Koh Haa’s highlights is the series of caverns and swim-throughs. The largest cavern has three chambers and is known as The Cathedral. The first two chambers are connected by a shallow swim through at about 9 meters.
You will find there banded sea snakes, lionfish, nudibranches, frogfish, harlequin shrimps and many many others…
Palm Beach Divers big boat is going to Koh Haa 3 times per week.
Check the Event Calendar and book your adventure.