Phuket Scuba Diving - Discover the Life Beneath Water
Posted by Sam on September 28th, 2015
Phuket is one of Southeast Asia's best scuba diving destinations. The island is perfect for all kinds of diving activities, including snorkeling and beach dives. There are various areas where you can enjoy scuba diving and exploring the life underwater, and these are the Racha Islands, Phuket west coast, the King Cruiser wreck, Shark Point - Anemone Reef cluster, and Hin Muang. One of the best and safest ways to go diving in Phuket is to sign up for diving tours offered by a reputable local scuba diving company.
Find a best value scuba diving holiday package in Phuket online. The safest dive tours come with a specially designed boat to take you to the dive sites, while being guided by professional Dive master. One of the leading scuba diving tour providers in Phuket uses a private yacht specifically designed for scuba diving and where the satisfaction, safety and comfort of divers are the main concern.
Phuket is also a great place to become a certified diver. High-quality dive centers use safe and comfortable diving vessels and equipment to help you learn the basics or advance your skills, in case you are already certified scuba diver. Some companies offer comprehensive PADI 5 star scuba diving courses as well. This way, you can make the most of the experience and be able to explore the underwater world safely and more conveniently. Reputable scuba diving trip operators in Phuket have a multilingual and experienced PADI staff to teach and guide you.
Phuket's dive sites are examples of a diverse underwater topography that ranges from island reef slopes to submerged pinnacles and limestone islands that resemble cliffs. Scuba diving trips let you see and explore them throughout the year. You do not have to worry about coming in for diving after the summer or during winter.
The best time to go diving in Phuket is from November to May because it is the time when the sea is calmer and rainfall is limited. Phuket's average air temperature is 28 degrees Celsius, and its water temperature averages at 27 degrees Celsius. You can come to Phuket in the end of May to October to explore certain dive sites, too. Off-season has southwest monsoons that cause rainfall and strong winds, but most dive sites are still accessible, sheltered from prevailing winds, and close to the mainland. Just be sure that you are going with a reputable scuba diving operator in the island to ensure safety.
About the author:
This article is written by Christopher Pace, the Platinum PADI Course Director at All4Diving. All4Diving is a leading academy in diving industry in Thailand. It is one of the most awarded PADI centers in the world for its excellence in the domain of professional and recreational diving education.
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