Blog about diving in Burma and Thailand
So here we are, back from the second and, sadly, last part of two great weeks in company of twelve divers from Belgium. The first part of their holiday took them to the very crème de la crème dive spots in Thailand, and after a break on Koh Phayam, we all got started for the big tour around Burma.
And what a trip it has been ! Calm sea, clear visibility... and great atmosphere on board, could we ask for more ?
The nurse sharks were at the rendez-vous, the big stingrays are settling down on several dive sites, and eagle rays graced us with their presence a few times. And let's not forget the two cute turtles who came to say good bye on the last day ! Meanwhile, of course, the small ones are as numerous as ever, with a variety of species that seems to increase with every passing week.
As the season is advancing, we should be going towards an ever calmer surface, and richer underwater world. Yet, already, we can't help but wonder : can it really get any better ?...
The Smiling Seahorse Diving Blog
A blog about our diving adventures in Burma and Thailand. Diving trip reports, guest reviews, fishy stories, wildlife fun facts and much more...
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The Smiling Seahorse has been running dive cruises from Ranong since 2012.
Our team of instructors: Elween, Julien and Simon are reporting with a short blogpost after every trip.
Camille, Franck and some guest writers also contribute during the off season writing on various topics.
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