Go Dive Lanta is situated in Ban Saladan.

 

Once you arrive on Koh Lanta, finding the dive shop is very easy. our diveshop located in the heart of Saladan Town (Ban Saladan),

When you arrive at the passenger pier (Saladan Pier) turn right and walk along the road maybe 300 meters. our shop on the right side.

 

If you come from the resort, their is only one main road into Saladan. When you arrive at the north end of the road, turn left, the shop of Go Dive Lanta is located on the right side of this road maybe 200 meters.

 

If you come with Private Van or Share Mini Van, Please let the driver to send you at Go Dive Lanta Shop in Saladan Town.Visit the Go Dive shop for more information. It would be great to see you! Please call if you need further directions - The number below.

 

Go Dive Lanta โกไดฟ์ เกาะลันตา

6 Moo. 1 Saladan, Koh Lanta, Krabi, 81150 THAILAND

Office hours : 8:00 AM. - 8:00 PM. (Oct - Apr)

Phone : +6675-668-321, Fax : +6675-668-320 
Mobile : +6681-892-8321
WhatsApp & Line : +6681-892-8321
Facebook Messenger : m.me/godivelanta.gdl
E-mail : info@godive-lanta.com

Scuba School International No. 766524
Tourism Authority of Thailand Licence No. 34/00105

www.godive-lanta.com © 2014-2020 All Rights Reserved.
 

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Diving & Snorkeling Trip at Southern Islands (Koh Ngai, Koh Mook, Koh Mah, Koh Cheuk and Koh Wean)

Day trip : diving & snorkeling at Southern Islands

Trip : Southern Islands

Rating : ****

Depth :  5-25 m (15-80 ft)

Visibility : 3-15 m (10-50 ft)

Suitable : All levels of Scuba divers and Snorkelers.

 

Southern Islands's Trip highlights.
Swim through the darkness and experience a uniquely different world of Emerald Cave and stunning topography, caves, overhangs, swimthroughs and sheer walls covered in pretty corals.

 

Southern Islands.  Just south of Koh Lanta you will visit a beautiful archipelago where you get to experience snorkelling at the world famous Emerald Cave and lunch on the beach at the peaceful island of Koh Ngai not to mention more snorkelling at Koh Wan and Koh Chuek.

 

The Emerald cave is a secret paradise hidden behind 250 meter soaring cliffs, nestled in the middle of Koh Mook. To gain access visitors must swim through a natural tunnel, once through a small sandy beach with lush vegetation and vine covered cliffs is the reward. This is an adventure you will never forget! And this is only one of many stops during the day, so prepare for an excursion beyond the ordinary.

 

Before book Southern Islands Trip

 

To enroll in a Snorkelling Trip : Southern Islands

  • You need to be in good physical health.

 

To enroll in a Diving Trip : Southern Islands

  • You must be a certified diver.

  • Must have dived in the last year. (unless diver has more than 50 dives)

  • Divers that do not meet the requirements are required to do a Refresher Dive additional cost 600 THB.

  • If you not certified diver please check our try dive program or you can start course to be a diver here Open Water Diver Course.

  • Need to confirm and check sized for the diving equipment at least the day before the trip.

 

Please complete the following forms :

Download : PADI Medical Statement and Questionnaire (pdf)

Download : SSI Medical Statement and Questionnaire (pdf)

 

If you need to Flying after diving for Recreational Diving
please find information here

 

Please Remember : Taking 4 Islands Trip.

You will need to stay on Koh Lanta at least 3 Days 2 Nights.

Please find your accommodation here.

 

How to getting to Koh Lanta? If you need transfer service
please find more detail about transfer here.

 

Dive Site : The Southern Islands (Emerald Cave, Koh Ngai, Koh Cheuk)

Dive Site : Koh Ngai เกาะไหง (Ko Ngai / Koh Hai / Ko Hai)

 

Koh Ngai dive site is located 11km Southern of Koh Lanta Yai.  the tiny island Only 4km by 2km this beautiful mountainous island is covered by forest and edged by quiet white sand beaches. provides a range of marine life from the usual reef life of the Andaman sea such as nudibranches, anemone fish, moray eels and other reef fish to the larger nurse and leopard sharks. The whole area has an average depth of 8m and max depth of 16m making it perfect for beginners. Also the shallow depth providing excellent light, stunning backdrop topography and abundance of marine life makes this a photographers paradise. This location is a Reef. This is great place for spotting and diving with Sharks!

 

Dive Site : Koh Ma เกาะม้า (Ko Mah)

 

Koh Mah, a small rocky island , which look like a pile of large rocks emerge from the water. 
 

The current can be strong between two islands have a rope lift for snorkeling. The colorful soft corals normally found in deep water . It can be found in shallow water at Koh Mah as well.

 

Dive Site : Koh Chueak เกาะเชือก (Koh Cheuk or Ko Chueak or Ko Cheuk)

 

Koh Cheuk are an incredibly scenic diving destination. The topography from the surface is absolutely stunning; monolithic limestone mountains rising vertically from the sea and soaring to heights of more than 500 meters. Underwater you'll find an amazing environment of rugged caves, overhangs and swim-throughs in the soft rock. Other dives include sheer walls that plunge from the surface to over 25 meters. These walls contain a profusion of soft corals, large orange-colored fans, black corals, and long stringy sea whips.

 

Dive Site : Koh Whan เกาะแหวน (Ko Whean or Ring Island)
Diving: Southern Islands - Big Boat
2 Dives - Starting from THB 3,150
Snorkel: Southern Islands - Big Boat
Adult from THB 1,750 / Child from THB 1,100
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Daily Rates are Inclusive of :

 

  • Full Set Diving Equipment Rental

  • Snorkelling Gear Rental

  • 1-3 Tank/day

  • Weights & Belt

  • Dive Guide or Snorkeling Guide

  • Small Group 

  • Max. 4 Divers/1 Dive Guide

  • Max. 8 Snorkllers/1 Snorkelling Guide

  • Dive & Snorkelling Briefing

  • Group insurance cover 1,000,000 THB

  • Round transfer Hotels on Koh Lanta/Dive Shop

 

On The Big Boat

  • Breakfast

  • Lunch (Thai food buffet)

  • Tropical fruit

  • Drinking water

  • Soft drinks

  • Coffee & Tea

  • Electrolyte beverage

 

Daily Rates are Exclusive of :

 

  • Additional cost for Diving Insurance 250 - 350 THB/day​

  • Additional cost for Private Snorkelling Guide 1,000 THB/day

  • Additional cost for Private Dive Guide 1,200 THB/day

  • Additional cost for Refresher Dive 600 THB/diver

  • Additional cost for Deep Adventure Dive 1,000 THB/diver​

  • Optional 3rd Dives 1,000 THB/person

  • Rental Dive Computer 300 THB/day

  • Rental Nitrox Tank 300 THB/tank

  • Rental 15L Tank 200 THB/tank

  • Rental DIN adapter 150 THB/day

  • Rental Diving Torch Rental 200 THB/day
     

National Marine Park Fee :

The National Marine Park Fee will be added to your bill and is payable on or before the day of the trip. If your trips are not within the National Marine Park then you do not need to pay the Fee.

 

Trip : Southern Islands on Big Boat itinerary

 

Arrival Day : Sign up & Try diving equipment at Go Dive Shop 1 day before start trip.

 

Diving & Snorkeling Day Trip : On the Big Boat
06:45 - 07:45 AM. Pick up from your Hotels & Resorts

08:00 AM. Departure from Jetty,

08:15 AM. Welcome on board, Boat briefing

08:30 AM. Breakfast

09:00 AM. Dive / Snorkeling Briefing

10:00 AM. Dive 1st / Snorkeling 1st Spot : Koh Waen

11:00 AM. Tea & Coffee, Tropical Fruit, Dive / Snorkeling Briefing

12:15 AM. Dive 2nd / Snorkeling 2nd Spot : Koh Mook

01:15 PM. Lunch, Dive / Snorkeling Briefing

02:30 PM. Dive 3rd / Snorkeling 3rd Spot (Optional) : Koh Ngai

03:30 PM. Tea & Coffee, Tropical Fruit

05:30 PM. Boat arrive to Jetty

If making 2 dives the boat will be back around 03:30 - 04:00 PM

 

Remark :

** All itineraries & schedules are weather permitting, sea conditions, currents, tide, minimum numbers and may change without prior notice as the instructors see fit.

*** Rates are only valid for bookings paid via internet!.

 

Private Charter Speed Boat
Starting from THB 29,000
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Daily Private Boat Charter Rate are Inclusive of :

 

  • Dive / Snorkelling Briefing

  • Group insurance cover 1,000,000 THB

  • Round transfer Hotels on Koh Lanta/Dive Shop

 

On The Speed Boat​

  • Lunch (Thai food buffet)

  • Tropical fruit

  • Drinking water

  • Soft drinks

 

Daily Private Boat Charter Rate are Exclusive of :

 

  • Additional cost for Diving Insurance 250 THB/day

  • Additional cost for Try Scuba Diving (2 dives) 2,200 THB/person

  • Additional cost for Diving (2 dives) 1,650 THB/diver

  • Additional cost for Refresher Dive 600 THB/diver

  • Additional cost for Deep Adventure Dive 1,000 THB/diver

  • Optional 3rd Dives 1,000 THB/person

  • Rental Dive Computer Rental 300 THB/diver/day

  • Rental Nitrox Tank 300 THB/tank

  • Rental 15L Tank 200 THB/tank

  • Rental DIN adapter 150 THB/day

  • Rental Diving Torch 200 THB/day

 

National Marine Park Fee :

The National Marine Park Fee will be added to your bill and is payable on or before the day of the trip. If your trips are not within the National Marine Park then you do not need to pay the Fee.

 

Trip : Southern Islands on Speed Boat itinerary

Arrival Day : Sign up & Try diving equipment at Go Dive Shop 1 day before start trip.

 

Diving & Snorkeling Day Trip : On the Speed Boat

06:45 - 07:45 AM. Pick up from your Hotels & Resorts

08:00 AM. Departure from Go Dive Lanta Jetty,

08:15 AM. Welcome on board, Boat briefing

08:30 AM. Dive / Snorkeling Briefing

09:00 AM. Dive 1st / Snorkeling 1st Spot : Koh Whan

10:00 AM. Tropical Fruit, Dive / Snorkeling Briefing

11:00 AM. Dive 2nd / Snorkeling 2nd Spot : Koh Mook

12:00 PM. Lunch, Dive / Snorkeling Briefing

01:15 PM. Dive 3rd / Snorkeling 3rd Spot (Optional) : Koh Ngai

02:30 PM. Tropical Fruit

03:00 PM. Boat arrive to Go Dive Lanta Jetty

If making 2 dives the boat will be back around 01:30 PM

 

Remark :

** All itineraries & schedules are weather permitting, sea conditions, currents, tide, minimum numbers and may change without prior notice as the instructors see fit.

*** Rates are only valid for bookings paid via internet!.

 

Diving Package
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Koh Whan are an incredibly scenic diving destination. The topography from the surface is absolutely stunning; monolithic limestone mountains rising vertically from the sea and soaring to heights of more than 500 meters. Underwater you'll find an amazing environment of rugged caves, overhangs and swim-throughs in the soft rock. Other dives include sheer walls that plunge from the surface to over 25 meters. These walls contain a profusion of soft corals, large orange-colored fans, black corals, and long stringy sea whips.

 

Dive Site : Koh Mook เกาะมุกข์ (Ko Mook /  Koh Muk / Ko Muk / Emerald Cave)

 

Koh Mook is a large island comparing with nearby islands but little smaller than Koh Libong. It is well known as the owner of Morakot Cave. Koh Muk is virtually more interesting for its beautiful beaches of fertile natural surroundings.

Outcrop off Koh Muk's northwest point, The rook itself is covered in masses of splendid purple and red soft corals, with holes and cracks providing hiding places for fish. You can head either south along the west coast or east along the north coast - both options offer overhangs, but the latter is the most interesting. More significant than the diving on offer, there's an interesting adventure for snorkellers
The emerald cave is a secret paradise hidden behind 250 meter soaring cliffs, nestled in the middle of Koh Mook. To gain access visitors must swim through a natural tunnel, once through a small sandy beach with lush vegetation and vine covered cliffs is the reward. This is an adventure you will never forget! And this is only one of many stops during the day, so prepare for an excursion beyond the ordinary.

 

Dive Site : Koh Kradan เกาะกระดาน (Ko Kradan)

 

A thin slip of an island off the coast of Trang province, Ko Kradan boasts a gorgeous white-sand beach stretching between fluffy green hills and the cerulean blue Andaman Sea. Also home to some good snorkelling and low-tide sandbars that make for the beach walk of a lifetime, Kradan is among Thailand's more visually spectacular islands.

Koh Kradan Wreck : Off the southwest coast of Koh Kradan the wreck is believed to be of a 60-70 m Japanese destroyer sunk by air attack in 1944. it sits in 28m of water. As the visibility here generally worsens below 20 m, the way to find the wreck is follow the many fish that frequent what has become an artificial reef. Those experienced in wreck-diving can penetrate the bow sections, bit it is not advisable to attempt entry to the stern section, which is draped with fising nets and subject to much silting