This week we are lucky to have yet another amazing guest for our weekly dive site video and blog. This time we feature world renowned videograogher Elisabeth Lauwerys from Oceans Below. In a break from the norm this weeks’s report is video only, so none of our fave pics, just the video in its full glory!
Oceans Below was set up in 2005 by Elisabeth herself, and has grown into an award winning underwater video production company. Elisabeth and her team have been recognized at a number of film festivals including the Antibes Underwater Film Festival and the World Shootout, and Oceans Below footage has been used by many international organisations, including PADI and the BBC. You can follow them on instagram @oceans_below
This week, we visited Japanese Gardens, Twins, Mango Bay& the HTMS Sattakut wreck. We’ve experienced some sporadic heavy rains and increased wind – both of which are normal for this time of year when we get some kick backs from the full monsoon that is currently in force on the West coast of Thailand. Despite this, visibility has remained good, and despite a few more waves than normal, we’ve still had happy divers of all levels aboard our boats.
When the sun is shining, our days are still glorious, so hopefully the rain and pesky rain clouds will be gone soon, and we’ll be back to constant clear skies and calm seas! You can read more about the weather on Koh Tao and monsoon season on Koh Tao in some of our previous blog entries.
We hope you enjoy the video, and until next week, happy viewing!