Koh Doc Mai
Koh Doc Mai or in English, Flower Island is a limestone island 1hr 20mins from Phuket. There are different stories of how the place got its name – some say it is because the island was once full of blossoming flowers, and others claim its name comes from the underwater beauty around its shores.
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" Koh Doc Mai is another fascinating experience, this wall dive from the surface to around 30m on the sand has small things to find on the walls. . ."
Koh Doc Mai is another fascinating experience, this wall dive from the surface to around 30m on the sand has small things to find on the walls including many different kinds of shrimp, white eyed morays, sea horses, Ghost pipe fish, Jans pipe fish, Nudi Branchs, Bamboo sharks and the list just goes on, also on this dive are a number of sealed caves meaning you can experience cave environments while always being in a visual vicinity to the exits.
This dive is always on the East side of the island running North to South or vice versa depending on the direction of the current, open water and above are suitable for this site.
- Sea or land transfers
- Accomodation, if any
- All meals
- Air transportation, if any
- Travel Insurance
- Basic Equipment Rental
- Course fee or instructors fee
What you can see in Koh Doc Mai
Ghost Pipe Fish
Best Time to Dive at Koh Doc Mai
November to March is the best months to dive in Koh Doc Mai since the sea is calmer making it less difficult for dive and the water’s clarity is at its best. You’ll be able to see the amazing corals making Koh Doc Mai to be called as the Flower Island.
Outside Phuket International Airport, There shall be two available transportation, Bus and Taxi, that shall help you to arrived at Ao Chalong. Upon Arriving at the Dock you’ll have to ride a boat in order to reach Koh Doc Mai
Airport > Bus/Taxi > Ao Chalong > Boat > Koh Doc Mai
|Best Diving Season||November to March|
|Water Temperature||26°C – 30°C|
|Marine Animal Highlights||Seahorse, Bamboo Sharks, Ghost Pipefish|
|Water Visibility||7 meters to 25 metres|
|Transportation||Bus/Car, SpeedBoat, Yachts, Liveaboard|