Liveaboard Scuba Diving Holidays

Liveaboard Scuba Diving Holidays

Dive With Whale Sharks, Giant Manta & Find More Macro Then You Can Imagine

Liveaboard diving simply refers to large Marine Vessels, or Yachts that you live onboard, for multiple days of diving. Each Liveaboard tour or holiday is different and the number of days on board or the number of dives possible changes per trip, but one thing always remains constant, breathtaking diving. From Phuket there are three main locations for Liveaboard scuba diving holidays, they are the majestic Similan Islands, the secretive & secluded Myanmar and the twin pinnacles of Hin Daeng, Hin Muang in the Koh Haa marine reserve. Each has their special attraction and secrets, but none will ever disappoint even the most seasoned of divers. Do not hesitate to experience these natural wonders, you can find out much more about each location by following the links below!

Liveaboard Locations For Awesome Scuba Diving Holidays

Check out these locations accessible from Phuket, like the Similans, Koh Haa & even Myanmar!

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Similan Island Liveaboards

The Similan Islands are one of the world's top ten must see scuba diving destinations. Made up of nine Islands the Koh Similan National Marine Park has white sandy beaches with crystal clear blue warm water, famous worldwide for Manta Rays and Whale Sharks. Scuba diving around the Similan Islands aboard a liveaboard from Phuket, will have you entranced by the diverse amount of marine life; the dive sites are abundant with many different wo [...]

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Myanmar Liveaboards

The Mergui Archipelago in Myanmar is made up of something like 800 Islands, most of them uninhabited. This seldom visited wilderness is as beautiful under the water as it is above. To get the chance to explore the amazing dive sites around these islands is a once in a lifetime opportunity, with so many creatures waiting to be discovered & adventures to be had, this is sure to be the highlight of any holiday, so get scuba diving Myanmar aboa [...]

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Koh Haa & Southern Andaman Liveaboards

You may not have ever heard of Koh Haa, or Hin Daeng & Hin Muang, but Koh Haa was and is Phuket's second national Marine Park, rivaling the Similan Islands in natural beauty, corals and marine life. Koh Haa sports two more well known dive sites, those of Hin Daeng and Hin Muang, both are open water pinnacles rising from the sea floor, with Daeng just penetrating the surface and Muang just below it. These two dive sites are home to healthy pop [...]

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Local Guides, Local Knowledge, Local Experiences

Don't trust your diving to amateurs or freshly minted dive guides, dive with local experienced experts from Local Dive Thailand. Our Scuba Diving Phuket Tours will take you to see the rarest of the rare critters, you will be amazed by the macro life our guides can find, in the secret places only they know. To put it in perspective, if you were going to climb Mount Everest you would certainly hire a local sherpa to lead the way & keep you safe. Diving is similar because there is absolutely no substitute for local experience & local knowledge, Local Dive Thailand's guides are Phuket's Sherpa's of the Andaman Sea!

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Scuba Diving Phuket, Phi Phi & Thailand

When talking about Scuba Diving in Phuket, you should believe the hype, many seasons we have had Whale Sharks grace us on our regular and easy to reach dive sites and on a good day you can add Sea Horses, Sea Moths, Snake Eels, Frog Fish & Octopus to what you can see on any given dive and so much more. If we are heading to Phi Phi Island for the day, you can possibly see Hawksbill Sea Turtles and Black Tip Reef Sharks, also don't forget the King Cruiser, 84 meters of beautiful wreck and the most amazing reef nursery for fish and nudibranch. Local Dive Thailand day trip tours to these locations are not to be missed when you are scuba diving Phuket, get in touch with us and book an 'awesome' day of diving.

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Many do but buying and underwater digital camera shouldn't be your first equipment purchase. Be safe and confident with your diving skills before you add extra stress and a massive distraction. Getting good results with modern digital cameras is fairly straight forward if you get the basics right and by the basics I mean the diving. You wouldn't expect great photo results if you're running around or jumping up and down on land, the same [...]

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Surprisingly this year apart from the peak periods there's plenty of deals going around on Similan Island liveaboards. What makes it more surprising is the fact that we've had quite a few whale shark sightings so far and the manta's have been seen at Koh Bon already. Boulder City has had leopard sharks and there seems to be a lot more napoleon wrasse around this year. If you've already got a trip planned to Thailand in December and are loo [...]

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Local Dive Thailand Shop Now In Patong

Patong remains the busiest beach resort in Phuket, many of our dive guests choose to stay in this popular area of the island. We've now opened a shop on the beach front, divers can now drop by and meet May and Simon to finalise their diving plans. It's only a small shop but it's in a very convenient location, sandwiched between a Starbucks and McDonalds just outside the Baanthai Beach Resort on Beach Rd. Just a stones throw from the fa [...]

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