Similan Islands National Park, Thailand

Similan Islands in the Andaman Sea, Thailand. 
The following information is from WIKI

The Similan Islands is a group of islands in the Andaman Sea off the coast of southern Thailand. It is a national park, Mu Ko Similan, which was established in 1982.

Ko Similan is the largest island. The sea in the area has an average depth of 60 feet. Underwater it is full of rock formations and coral reefs in several shapes and forms, resembling such things as deer, leaves, brains, and mushrooms.

Similan National Park is famous for its dive sites. It has typically two different kinds of diving. East side diving consists of gently sloping coral reefs with sandy patches with the occasional boulder in-between. The west side is known for its huge underwater granite boulders with numerous swim-throughs.

the most famous east side dive site is East of Eden, off island number 7. Elephant Head Rock is arguably the most famous west side dive site with a maze of swim-throughs and the reputation for spin-cycle like currents running in every direction.

Diving and snorkeling in Similan Island National Park, Thailand 
Picture taken by Gary, KGH

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