Scuba diving in Koh Mak (Elephant Island). Dive sites in Koh Mak (Elephant Island)

Scuba diving in Koh Mak (Elephant Island). Dive sites in Koh Mak (Elephant Island)

Dive sistes in Koh Chang’s (Elephant Island) bohemian and laid back vibe bodes well with its white sand beaches, palm trees and warm aquamarine waters. It's located between Koh Kood and Koh Chang, so it is possible to dive on Koh Rang the National Park, Koh Chang to dive the famous biggest wreck of Thailand the HTMS Chand and dive on Koh Kood incl a visit at the Klong Chao Waterfall and of course it is possible to dive around Koh Mak. Koh Chang offers good wreck diving as well as rock pinnacles, pretty reefs and abundant marine life at dive sites in the Koh Rang National Park to keep you enthralled dive after dive. Diving is possible all year around. June until September is green season, but still great for diving. The water temperature is between 27 and 31 degrees.. Scuba diving in Koh Chang’s (Elephant Island) bohemian and laid back vibe bodes well with its white sand beaches, palm trees and warm aquamarine waters. It's located between Koh Kood and Koh Chang, so it is possible to dive on Koh Rang the National Park, Koh Chang to dive the famous biggest wreck of Thailand the HTMS Chand and dive on Koh Kood incl a visit at the Klong Chao Waterfall and of course it is possible to dive around Koh Mak. Koh Chang offers good wreck diving as well as rock pinnacles, pretty reefs and abundant marine life at dive sites in the Koh Rang National Park to keep you enthralled dive after dive. Diving is possible all year around. June until September is green season, but still great for diving. The water temperature is between 27 and 31 degrees.

HTMS Chang Shipwreck

"HTMS Chang Shipwreck" - Koh Mak (Elephant Island), Thailand

Access From Boat Diver level Novice Depth Average: 12 m Maximum: 30 m Current Weak Visibility Average: 10 m Maximum: 30 m The HTMS Chang, formally the USS Lincoln County, was originally commissioned by the United States Navy during the World War II. In 1962 she was handed over to Thailand government and served in […]