Weekly Dive Report – July 21st-27th July

Welcome to our latest report for diving conditions on Koh Tao in the last week! After some changeable conditions the previous week, the blue skies and bright sunshine returned – as did our need for sunscreen! We’ve been treated to some excellent sightings this week, and as usual visited a variety of sites, with our aim being for our divers to see as much as possible during their stay with us.

 

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The shallower sites we went to included Mango Bay and Japanese Gardens.  These are both sheltered and sandy, perfect for some nice easy dives, and with plenty of marine life of all shapes and sizes.  We also visited White Rock, which is a firm favourite for Fun Diving thanks to the array of tropical fish and large areas of healthy coral reef to explore.

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We also took a trip out to Chumphon Pinnacle, which never fails to disappoint due to the array of schooling fish, and the firlds of anemones and anemone fish that adorn the top of the pinnacles.

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Our favourite spot this week though….this fabulous Jenkins ray and its blue spotted friend at Twins.

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Enjoy this week’s video and see you all for more underwater photo viewing next week!

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