Fun Diving Schedule – Scuba Shack
Morning Boat: 05.45
We leave from Scuba Shack nice and early to beat the morning rush, ensuring dives crowded with fish and not other divers! The first dive will be at one of our deeper dive sites such as Chumpon Pinnacle or Southwest Pinnacle. For the second dive we stick a bit closer to the island and dive sites such as Shark Island, White Rock or our wreck, the HTMS Sattakut. You’ll be back at the shop by 11 a.m, giving you plenty of time to enjoy the rest of the day exploring Koh Tao.
Afternoon Boat: 12.00
If you like to sleep in then you’ll love the afternoon boat! We will take you to some of the lovely dive sites closer to the island, returning to the shop by 5:00. We generally dive around the Koh Nang Yuan islands at dive sites such as Japanese Gardens and Twins. Occasionally we will venture out to Mango Bay or Aow Leuk. These sites are also great for snorkeling. Contact Us now for more information.
Night Dive: 18.00
About twice a week, depending on the season we also go out for night dives. We leave the shop between 18.00-18.30, do one dive and return about 20.15.
The more you dive, the cheaper it gets. Contact us today to book your fun diving package.
*add 200B for night dive **add 1,000B for Sail Rock trip
- 1 Dive 1,000B
- 2 Dives 2,000B
- 4 Dives 3,800B
- 6 Dives 5,100B
- 8 Dives 6,600B
- 10 Dives 8,000B
All prices include equipment, a guide and refreshments on the boat. Once a month or more depending on interest we run a special morning trip to Sail Rock. We leave from Scuba Shack at 5:00 a.m. for two dives at one of the best dive sites in the world and return by 12:30 p.m. This truly is an amazing dive site that you should not miss out on your trip to the Gulf of Thailand.
Check out some of the marine life seen around Koh Tao in our Picture Gallery or see videos of students on various courses on our YouTube Channel. At our deeper sites you can see big schools of chevron, pickhandle, and yellowtail barracuda, schools of Queenfish, whale shark, giant grouper, turtle, and more! At our local sites you can expect to see moray eel, blue spotted stingray, angel fish, butterfly fish and banner fish plus lots more!