Dive Site Info

The South Andaman marine life you can see at all these sites is diverse & extensive. Turtles & Titan Triggerfish, Mantas & Morays. Various sharks from the bottom dwelling Leopard & Nurse sharks to various reef sharks including many Black Tips. For divers with a keen eye, the macroscopic marine life does not disappoint. Harlequin Shrimp & Ghost Pipefish, Nudibranchs & Seahorses can be found with each dive site having its own unique ecosystem

Ko Haa

Ko Haa (5 Islands) is actually 6 islands with numerous dive and snorkel sites catering for all levels of experience. A diverse range of reef with superb visibility, corals, caves & swim troughs along with a vast array of marine life to match.

Stretching over 1.5km Ko Haa Reef can be explored for days but don't miss these dive highlights

The Lagoon: Large coral bommies cover the sandy bottom. Extends from the beach slowly descending to 6m.

The Chimney: Swim through, entrance at 18m into a cavern with an opening going up, narrowing and coming out at 5m

The Cathedral: Two caverns beside each other with openings down to 14m, connected with a swim through to a third larger stalactite covered chamber which you can surface in.

Hin Daeng & Hin Muang

Home to the deepest wall dive in Thailand & Lantas best dive spot for seeing manta rays. Both pinnacles are teeming with life at all levels, from the macro to the massive. Strong currents are common, not suitable for inexperienced divers.

Hin Daeng (Red Rock) breaks the surface and slopes gently down to a depth of around 60m. The walls and rocks are covered with red & purple soft corals & anemones.

Hin Muang (Purple Rock) A submerged pinnacle 8m from the surface and around 100m from Hin Daeng its southern side drops to around 65m deep.

Kled Kaeow Wreck

Kled Kaeow 47m long old navy ship purposely sunk in 2014 to make an artificial reef. The top of the tower is around 15m with the main deck at 20m and bottom at 26m. Penetration is possible through a number of entries for experienced divers.

King Cruiser

King Cruiser 80 meters long car ferry sunk in 1997 sits 30m down rising up to around 15m. The wreck remains largely in one piece, although the upper deck has collapsed. The simplest and safest point of entry is through the vessel's stern, where divers can explore the once active car decks

Anemone Reef

Anemone Reef or Hin Jom (submerged rock) is located 600m north of Shark Point. A huge limestone pinnacle covered in fields of blue and green sea anemones, rising 30m up from the seafloor with the tip around 5m from the surface.

Shark Point

Shark Point is 3 remote pinnacles running north to south also known as Hin Musang (Shark Rock) due to the local leopard sharks that can be found lying in the sandy bottom. Currents can be strong but they tend run parallel to the reef and allow for an excellent drift dive


The 3 Bida locations are suitable for snorkelers & divers alike. Hin Bida is a small rocky outcrop with a steep wall descending to 22m. Soft coral at the southeast and big sea fans at the north

Ko Bida Nok/Nai is a pair of small islands with large quantities of fish and depths to 27m. Bida Nok has a small bay with a bottom at 7m stretching south down a ridge to Finger Reef. Further leads to a steep wall covered with vibrant anemones, brain & bubble corals and huge sea fans

Phi Phi

Wall & reef snorkel & dive sites surround Ko Phi Phi Lei with most to see at 5m - 15m range. 2km to the east lies Gareng Heng also known as Hin Klai. A coral covered pinnacle descending from 6m down to 20m

Ko Rok

Further south lies Ko Rok Nok and Ko Rok Nai. A pair of limestone islands containing a full square mile of coral reef with numerous snorkel and dive sites. Good visibility. 15m max depths between the islands 25m+ outside

National Park Fees & Info

The islands in Mu Ko Lanta National Park including Ko Mah, Ko Hai, Ko Rok, Hin Daeng - Hin Muang and Ko Haa, are yearly closed from May 16 - October 31. There is a daily fee of B400 (B200 child) with an additional B200 for divers