About Koh Haa Lagoon
Koh Haa Lagoon (Islands 2, 3 and 4) These islands come together to form a magnificent lagoon which has a lot to offer both for beginners and more experienced divers. Nice sandy areas provide an excellent place for students to practice skills easily and without fear of damaging marine life, while experienced divers will be certainly amazed by the plethora of that very same life, including frogfish, mantis shrimps, octopuses, harlequin shrimps, pipefish, sea moths and turtles, and occasionally even whale sharks! The outer side of the Island 4 is a steep wall dropping from the surface down to around 22 meters, from where a sloping reef then continues down to around 35 meters. There is a sloping sandbank between Island 4 and Island 2 that makes an opportunity for a short “muck” dive on the spot where many interesting marine creatures have made their homes in the sand. The wall rises again from the depths at around approximately 20 meters to make up Island 2, but unlike her sister, the majority of this dive site is made up of sloping reefs. For those who have not yet made the plunge beneath the water with diving, snorkeling in the shallow lagoon within the borders of these three islands is a must-to. There are substantial areas of hard corals just meters below the surface and a small beach on Koh Haa 3 can also be accessed for those who may wish to rest during their snorkeling activity.
Depth 30 m · Visibility >30 m · Site Features : Coral Reef, Wall
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