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Ko See is with its shallow coral platform one of the best snorkeling spots in Phang-Nga Bay.

Name Dive Site:Ko See
Depth: 1-15m (3-49ft)
Visibility: 5-20m (16-65ft)
Accessibility: Boat
Inserted/Added by: lars, © Author: Lars Hemel

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Ko See, Ko Si or Island Four mainly consists out of rocks and coral heads separated by white sand. It offers two shallow plateaus ideal for snorkellers and full of marine life, staghorn coral and brain corals. Northwest of the island is a nice wall covered in tubastrea corals, sea whips and sea fans. One long dive will give you ample of time to circumnavigate the whole island and you will find several places where a cavern or swimthroughs has formed. Among the species you can find here are titan fish, dog-faced puffer fish, sea horses, large groupers and leopard sharks. It is without doubt together with Koh Yawasam one of the top locations near Krabi for snorkeling and diving.

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Name: lars, © Author: Lars Hemel

This was my first dive in Thailand! The water was nice and warm at 28 degrees. The visibility changed from 5 to 15 meter depending on which corner we were diving. We saw big potato cods, a sea snake, a small shark and lots of small fish. At the end I saw the biggest lobster ever. I think his body was about 40cm long with more than a meter long tentacles. Quite impressive, I didn't know they came in sizes like this. 

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