Buoyancy World

This dive site is located next to the "Twins" dive site on the west side of Nan Yuan Island, adjacent to Koh Tao. It is a calm sandy area with a variety of objects to practice neutral buoyancy at a depth of 5 to 18 meters, so it is often used for training.

There is an area for protecting and nurturing the coral, where you can observe a myriad of different types of organisms living in symbiosis, including spiny dogfish, grouper, and butterfly fish. You'll also see white sandy beaches, crystal clear mid-sea, and schools of fusiliers swimming silently through the water.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
Visibility

Visibility

  • 11 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Night Dive
  • Artificial Reef
  • Wreck Dive

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

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Dive sites nearby

One of the most famous dive sites on Koh Tao, this site features something for every experience level. Ranging from 5 to 19 meters, Twins is located just off the western side of picturesque Koh Nanguan and is a favorite of students and leisure divers alike.

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No Name Pinnacle

Classic pinnacle off of Twins (another dive site) but much less divers than Twins due to its location being slightly deeper. Quite fun to dive for advanced divers.

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Japanese Gardens is located on the east side of Koh Nanguan. Its protected and a very calm and easy site. The sandy area off. Its a very calm and easy site. The sandy area off the island gradually gets deeper and deeper, and you can wall dive along the island to the north. The depth ranges from just a couple meters to about 16 meters.

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Red Rock

Big swim through available to advanced freedivers, very nice and different from most of the other dive sites around. Coral reef available outside of that cave for less experienced divers.

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White Rock, also known as White Rock and Black Rock, is located to the south of Nan Yuan Island, adjacent to Koh Tao. The whole site is a fairly large root, so no matter how many dives you do, you will never get bored of it, depending on the course you take, the depth and the type of life you observe. Beginners and seasoned divers alike should enjoy it.

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This “drift“ dive site is located on the north side of Nan Yuan Island, adjacent to Koh Tao. The name “Green Rock“ comes from the fact that the roots near the surface of the water look green. The depth ranges between 10 and 25 meters and 30 to 40 meters depth can be found with a short swim to the West.

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