Beautiful diving conditions in Koh Tao after January’s Full Moon Party

Since the full moon party on Koh Phangan last week, we’ve had beautiful diving conditions here on Koh Tao.

Experiencing our usual post full moon party rush, divers taking scuba diving courses and fun dives have been enjoying flat seas and good visibility.

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Image: Divemaster internship trainee Christian [Australia] prepares his dive equipment

DJL Diving’s Divemaster internship candidates have been getting invloved in the start of high season, assisting the instructors with PADI diving courses and learning to guide certified divers.

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Image: Soon-to-be Divemaster Trainee Julia [Australia] catches some sun on the dive deck

The big boat has been heading out each day diving at Koh Tao’s local dive sites such as the Japanese Gardens, Twins & White Rock near Koh Nangyuan. Meanwhile we’ve been continuing to run our high speed RIB out the Chumphon Pinnacles, for our popular late afternoon ‘shark diving’ sessions. On one trip a couple of days ago, the divers reported seeing 11 sharks at one time!

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Image: Getting ready to enter the water

This morning we also ran our intro to technical diving session, visiting the Unicorn Shipwreck north of Koh Tao – today there was good visibility right down to 48 metres!

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Image: Instructor Alex teaching a PADI Open Water course

So if you’re visiting Koh Tao in the near future, you’ve got some great diving to look forward to!

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