We are planning a 2 week break with 5 days of diving in the first half of December 2018. Still flexible on location but want to relax and avoid full-moon parties and packaged tourism.
I have read Kao Tao is good but not sure about the weather. Khao Lak seems good but you need to do a liveboard. How about Kao Lanta? Anyone has been to Koh Rong Samloem in Cambodia or Con Son in Vietnam?
Any other tips?
I would love to discover diving when I am in the Andamans at the end of August, maybe do an open water course.
There are so many companies you can go to, and I wonder whether the sites near Havelock and Neil are better than e.g. chidiya thapu or Long Island, or just really touristy?
We are going to spend 5 days diving and relaxing in Malaysia (within a longer tour of Malaysia and Singapore).
I ruled out Sipadan/Semporna for safety so wonder what would be the best location where to dive in peninsular Malaysia in July otherwise?
We will be flying from Singapore and going from there to Penang.
Thanks a lot!
We've had to shift our trip in the Philippines due to Mayon exploding and we are looking into whale shark experiences in Palawan.
What is the likelihood of seeing whale sharks between the 9th and 12th of February?
I am fairly new to scuba diving, and I'm relocating to Thailand very soon, so I want to take the chance to explore Koh Samui and I thought of doing scuba diving, but is it a good destination for beginners?
I am planning to take a tour with Boutique Yachting because they have many years in the sector and their ships are pretty good (https://www.boutiqueyachting.com/yachts/), but I do not know if they will help me with scuba diving (I will message them haha).
But, according to you experts, is it a good idea to do scuba diving as a beginner in Koh Samui? Thanks a lot in advance!