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Ever wonder why so many people come to Thailand every year to learn how to scuba dive?
Well the answer to that is simple, waters here are warm, currents here are mild and the fish, critter & coral life are truly world class.
Add to that the great food, picturesque scenery and of course, amazing all year round scuba diving Phuket has to offer at some of the planet's most outstanding tropical reefs and start to see why scuba diving Phuket is so very attractive.
It also doesn't matter if you are an experienced diver, or absolute beginner thinking of doing your PADI Open Water course, you could not be in a more beautiful and relaxing dive environment.
Plus if you choose to dive with Aussie Divers we guarantee you the best possible scuba diving education by highly qualified enthusiastic instructors & just generally an awesome day via our scuba diving day trips.
Phuket also happens to be a departure point for liveaboards heading to the Similan Islands, which are the most talked about scuba diving sites in all of Thailand.
The Similan Islands attract frequent visits by Whale Sharks & Giant Manta Rays to some of the dive sites on an almost daily basis.
Which means if you want to see beyond Phuket, into the real beauty that exists here in Thailand, get yourself on a Similan Island live aboard and start scuba diving with Aussie Divers Phuket!
A: The short answer is no (but it helps). You can do the PADI Discover Scuba Diving without knowing how to swim. Have a look at this blog that will explain more. If you would like to become a PADI Certified diver then you will need to know how to swim 200m or snorkel 300m!
A: A liveaboard boat is like a floating hotel that you can scuba dive off. They have cabins to sleep in, on board lounges, kitchens, however and tiolets. Some even have onboard luxuries like a Masseuse. In Phuket they range from over night trips up to 8-9 day adventures. You will need to be a certified diver to scuba dive from them however non divers can come on for the ride. Have a look at our liveaboard vessels page to find out more.
A: The ever allusive whale sharks have increased in numbers over the last couple of year here in the Andaman Sea. They still are a difficult to find however you chances are increased by going on a liveaboard adventure and trying this dive sites.
Richelieu Rock Koh Tachai Koh Bon Phi Phi Shark Point
Sure scuba diving can be dangerous, however it is a greater chance of being injured flying to Phuket or travelling from the airport to your hotel. Scuba diving is much like flying a plane. There are many rules and regulations and a large emphasis on safety. It also why you need a professional to take care of you and at Aussie Divers Phuket we have the best PADI Professionals on the island.
Injuries to scuba divers from marine creatures are very rare. There is a lot of talk about sharks however attacks to scuba divers is extremely rare. There are a lot of different creatures in the sea that can bite or sting however 99.9% of the creatures are placid and timid and will not bother you. The golden rule is don’t touch or intimidate and you won’t get hurt. Very wise words.