This report covers our trips from the 9th – 15th Dec 2013, scroll down to find details of the conditions and the weeks highlights !
This Week’s Conditions
With the tail end of monsoon season finally finishing and our boat coming back after being stuck on the mainland having its annual overhaul, this week was our first full week of uninterrupted diving. The visibility is slowly on the rise, with the water still a little green, but the surface conditions were as flat as a lake by the end of the week.
This Week’s Highlights
With the visibility still a little murky after monsoon, we spent a lot of time looking at small macro stuff like these Nudibranchs as well as loads of Pufferfish and Stingrays hiding under the rocks. There were plenty of Titan Triggerfish lurking around on most of the dive sites and even a little Hawksbill Turtle at White Rock!
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