Koh Haa Diving Site is for beginners and experienced divers, snorkelers and freedivers!
Once in Lanta, going scuba diving in Koh Haa is a must! The islands are six beautiful uninhabited limestone islands 16km west of Koh Lanta, inside the Koh Mu National Park. Discover Scuba diving has never been so easy like here, thanks to good visibility of the lagoon’s shallow water.
Said that they are the best place for beginners and snorkelers, they have as well more challenging and exciting areas for the experienced diver, like some deeper area in Koh Haa number 4, Koh Haa Yai or in Koh Haa Chimney. Freediving as well cannot be missed in the cave or cathedral of Koh Haa.
Whale Sharks might be spotted all year round even though Koh Haa diving site is more famous for Tigertail Seahorse, Hawksbill Turtle, Bluspotted ray, Spotted Garden Eels, Pipefish, Gosthpipefish, Barracuda and Banded Sea Snake. See most of these beauty simply by snorkeling in Koh Haa Lagoon with our experienced guides.
Fun Fact! The word Koh Haa means five islands but actually they are six, so Welcome to Thailand! Click on the images below to discover more about this diving site and snorkeling area. The landscape itself is a unique postcard from the whole Krabi and Thailand spot. Keep in mind that Koh Haa, along with Hin Daeng and Hin Muang, are closed from 15th of May until 15th of October.
Koh Haa Lagoon Diving Site
Koh Haa Lagoon Diving place situated between the three central islands is a large protected lagoon with a small white powder sand beach, that is just made for diving. The lagoon itself is dotted with a variety of hard corals with shallow crystal clear water. This is the perfect place for your first diving experience and fantastic for snorkelling.
The two smaller islands on the outside of the Koh Haa Lagoon we normally explore in one dive. They both drop away to 30m where you can see large schools of big eyed Barracuda. The walls and ledges are covered with a mixture of sea fans and pink, blue and yellow soft corals. This scuba diving place is home to exotic reef dwellers like clown frogfish, Stonefish and in the sandy areas seamonths. To the south and north of the central islands, deep water channels separate the other islands and offer a chance to see pelagic species.
Eagle Rays, Manta Rays and Whale Sharks have all been sighted at Koh Haa Lagoon dive site.