Koh Bon Diving Daytrip
Koh Bon is a part of the Similan National Marine Park, north of the Similan Islands. Koh Bon diving is famous for Manta ray sighting, Koh Bon is a limestone islands, the dive site is very interesting with slopping reef and ridge where there is lot of fish activity.
The Manta Rays comes to Koh Bon specifically for its cleaning station. (A cleaning station is an area where cleaner fish wait for bigger fish of pelagic to come, and the cleaner fish cleans the body of the other fish or Manta Ray).
Diving with Manta is spectacular and one of the best experience for a scuba diver.
Our fast catamaran will take you to Koh Bon is about 1:15.
Fast with inboard engines, the have as well a sundeck for between the dives and Nitrox available for certified diver.
If you have a non-diver friend or family who would like to join you for a daytrip, they can join the trip as well and snorkel in the shallow bay.
Joins the Manta ray expedition to Koh Bon, meet the giant manta and enjoy the show!
- Start Everyday!
- DISCOUNT: Combine with other trips
2nd Trip 5% OFF*
3rd Trip 10% OFF*
Returning customer 10% OFF*
*Discount on the price without park fees and equipment
- 07:15-08:00 Pick-up from hotel
- 08:30 Boat Departure
- 10:00 Boat Briefing
- 10:15 Koh Bon Dive/Snorkel 1
- 12:00 Lunch served buffet style
- 13:15 Koh Bon Dive/Snorkel 2
- 15:00 Boat Depart after an amazing day
- 16:30 Arrive at the Pier and transfer back to your hotel
|Monday||Koh Bon/Koh Tachai by Speedboat 2 Dives|
|Tuesday||Koh Bon by Catamaran 2 Dives|
|Wednesday||Koh Bon/Tachai by Big Boat 3 Dives|
|Friday||Koh Bon by Speedboat 2 Dives|
|Saturday||Koh Bon by Catamaran 2 Dives|
|Sunday||Koh Bon by Big Boat 2 Dives|
Fast Catamaran with 2*350 HP inboard engine, faster and more comfortable than a speedboat.
What to bring and Check-in process:
- Sun protection
- Bathing suit
- your dive equipment if you have any
- 14:00 Arrive at the Pier and transfer back to your hotel
Check In Process:
- Come to our dive center the day before departure before 17:00, to pay the remaining balance and try on the equipment.
- Bring Your Logbook
- Bring Certification Card
- Don t have time to come to our dive center, do our online check in
Send us by email:
- a picture of your last page of logbook
- Copy of your certification card
- Your high, weight and shoe size, so we can plan your equipment sizes
- Then pay the remaining balance online
- We will pick you up directly from your hotel in the morning
Koh Bon diving daytrip Prices:
|Price||Park Fee||Equipment||All included Price|
|Diver (2 Dives)||4500 THB||700 THB||500 THB||5700 THB||Diver (3 Dives)||5500 THB||700 THB||500 THB||6700 THB|
|Snorkeler/Non Diver||2600 THB||500 THB||0 THB||3100 THB|
|15 L Tank||200 THB/Tank|
|Private Guide||1500 THB|
|Try Dives||5000 THB||700 THB||500 THB||6200 THB|
Price all included, includes: Full set equipment + dive computer, lunch, taxi from Khao Lak, dive guide ratio 1 to 4 or 5, water, coffee, tea, Soft drinks
Not Included: dive insurance.
Koh bon Dive Site Description & Map
[title type="h4" class="tfuse"]Koh bon Dive Site[/title] Koh Bon is part of Similan National Marine Park, located about 20 kilometers north of Similan Island 9. Koh Bon has no beaches and the shape is like a horse-shoe. Diving boats usually park in a bay located south of the ridge, where there is enough protection from the wind and strong waves. One favorite dive spot is the western ridge of the island, which has a wall that falls steeply to the deep sea to a depth of more than 35 to 40 meters. The walls are decorated with different colors of soft corals and a few hard corals with variety of marine life like boxing shrimp, giant moray eel, or small box-fish hiding is the crack of the wall. From the western ridge to the northeastern side are reefs that stretch along the island, which slopes from a depth of 10 meters down to a sandy bottom at 25 to 30 meters. The majority of corals here are hard corals including stag-horn coral, sparse coral, and brain coral. Koh Bon is also famous for its cleaning station that attracts Manta rays that need a little back scrub. We can see Mantas from November to May. However, they are more likely to be seen between January to April. Depth range: 5 - 30 m. Visibility: 10 - 20 m. Water temperature: 27 - 30 C Experience level: Beginner - Intermediate Current: Moderate to Strong Marine life: Manta rays, Eagle rays, Black tip reef shark, Octopus, Mantis shrimp, Clown fish, Box fish, Cuttle fish, Oriental sweet-lips, Sea snake, Lion fish, Yellow tail barracuda, and many more. [title type="h4" class="tfuse"]Koh bon Dive Map[/title]
What can I see at Koh Bon?
Where is Koh bon Islands Located?
Geologically different than the Similans, Koh Bon is a limestone islands with no beach.