Racha Noi Scuba Diving Day Trip
Racha Noi Scuba diving is normally on a 3 dive day trip, these trips are suitable for Certified Licensed Open water divers and advanced divers who can enjoy a fantastic day diving.
Both Racha Noi Island and Racha Yai are located south from Phuket, Racha Noi is some distance away however it tends to attract less dive boats to the many Dive sites.
Racha Noi scuba diving season is often open to divers for most of the year and also a good location for snorkeling lovers. Most Scuba diver training courses are completed at Racha Noi diving sites.
In Hi Season we have weekly trips to South tip, which is a top dive site at the southern end is only suitable for experienced Advanced divers, this location offers divers huge boulders and a very good chance to see manta rays, eagle rays, and other pelagic marine life.
Watch our Racha Noi scuba diving video of some of the marine life you can encounter on our Day trips.
Racha Noi & Racha Yai Facts
- Rating: 3 star
- Distance: 15 Miles from Phuket
- Depth: 0 -30m
- Visibility:10 – 40m
- Current: Slow to strong
- Experience level: Beginners – Open water – Advanced certification
- Topography – Shallow reefs and Deep sandy bottoms – Large Granite Boulders
- Marine Life – Manta Rays – Leopard sharks – stingrays – Turtles
- Highlights: Odd Whaleshark Sightings
The Larger of the 2 Racha islands its located around a 1-hour boat ride away, the island itself has many dive site locations with sunken wrecks artificial reefs and shallow water hard corals making this an easy location for any diver. Siam Bay is a great place to see unusual stuff having underwater statues of elephants and Thai Temples.
3 Dive Schedule
Typically Pick-up times from your hotel are around 7:15 – 8am depending on locations, breakfast, lunch, drinking water, coffee, tea, fresh fruit, tanks, weights, weight belt and dive master guide are all included in the Day Trip price.
100% refund back into your account within 12 hours if the trip is canceled due to Bad weather – we don’t take any money when mother nature stops the scuba diving
Racha Noi Diving Day Trip Itinerary
- 07:00 – 8:00 am – Transfers from all hotels across Phuket to Chalong Marina Pier.
- 08:30 am – Depart Racha Noi Island, breakfast and fresh fruit served.
- 10:30 am – Arrive at Racha Noi Island to start the first dive.
- 11:45 am – Lunch is served as part of the Diving surface interval.
- 12:45 – Second dive at a different bay at Racha Noi Island.
- 1:45 pm – Move the Boat to Racha Noi
- 2:45 pm – Third dive at Racha Yai Island
- 5:00 pm Arrive back at the Chalong Pier for transfers back to your Phuket hotel.
Raya Noi Island dive site is suitable for all level of divers from Beginners to Advanced and its perfect place to learn to scuba dive in Phuket for PADI Scuba diving students – Discover Scuba Diving – Padi Open Water – Advanced Open water – Deep Diver Courses
We will try to provide you with current up to date information for diving at Racha Noi and general diving conditions in Phuket, and an overview of what you can see when booking a day trip with Our Company.
Land transfers to the Diving Boat
Please note that some remote areas in the Phuket transfer fee will be added. Transfer Returns back to your hotel around 5:30 – 6:00pm
Phuket Dive Tours Office are location at Kata Beach as well as Chalong with Daily Free Local Departures from all Hotels in Kata Beach – Karon Beach – Rawai Beach- Nai Harn – Chalong Bay – Patong Beach – Kalim Beach
Extra Charge Shared Transfers per person- Kamala Beach 300thb – Phuket Town priced per person 400thb – Cape Panwa 500thb – Koh Siray Island 600THB
Private Car Transfers (4 Persons) Koh Siray Island 1000THB – Surin Beach 1300THB – Laguna 1,500Thb – Airport Area 1,600 Thb Maikhao Beach – 1800Thb
Scuba Diving Equipment Rental
Equipment is available, simply make a booking via Email or Call 0870225356 and tell us what sizes you need, the equipment will be delivered to the dive Boat.
The tour itineraries could be change depend on the local weather condition ( May – October) any changes will be made by the Boat tour leader and Boat captain on your trip based on matters of customers safety.