Local Sites

BLUEBERRY HILL - Max Depth 18m

Blueberry Hill is an entirely submerged pinnacle site with winding canyons home to a resident sweetlips and full of coral. Once out of the canyons there is a vast coral field rich in life, keep an eye out here for turtles and even small octopus!

Often you will be followed by a school of curious yellow tail barracuda and get to swim through a massive school of yellow fusiliers as you make your way to a maximum depth of 18 meters when you venture to the outer drop off

The dive will eventually lead you back into the canyon where you started, where you can level up to the top of the pinnacle and spend some time searching the walls for durban dancing shrimp. The top of the pinnacle also serves as the perfect depth for the safety stop before returning to the boat.

Hin Rua Tek - Max Depth 15m

Hin Rua Tek also is a triangle shaped rock  just south of Bang Bao. The site has a stunning  wall on the west, home to a few small caves, many fan corals and a vibrant, vast reef to the east. Finishing the dive in the shallows on top of the reef at 5m-6m will let you spend time enjoying nudibranch, many different shrimp and a beautiful array of corals.

This is one site that due to being dived less frequently has a higher chance of black tip reef sharks!

It’s best to dive this site in high season due to strong currents and poor visibility at times. If you happen to dive here with 20m+ vis you will quickly fall in love

Hin Luk Bat - Max Depth 25m

Hin Luk Bat is highly regarded as the best dive site the island has to offer and our personal favourite reef due its topography, swim-thrus and vast array of corals. The site is a pinnacle that is surrounded by giant boulders, covered with many varieties of hard, soft corals and the biggest anemone field Koh Chang has to offer! You can often find yellow box fish, bent stick pipefish and stunning nudibranch here, but remember to also look away from the pinnacle to see vast schools of barracudas and trevally. One a good day you may be joined by a spotted eagle ray or two!

Hn Raab South - Max Depth 15m

Hin Raab South is a rocky, coral rich dive site with an abundance of hard and soft corals, including fields of leather coral and whip coral gardens.

The dive starts over a shallow reef where you can swim along the main wall and see many scorpion fish, magnificent anemones, barrel sponges, and beautiful blue stag-horn corals.

As you continue to descend to around 12 meters, you can follow the reef to a small rock where there are 4 old gunship bullets located (The Thai Navy used to use this island for target practice!)

You can often find blue spotted rays, marbled sea cucumbers white-eyed moray eels, hawksbill turtles, glass cleaner shrimp, filefish, marbled grouper and the occasional yet mostly friendly trigger fish.

T-11 Wreck + Blocks - Max Depth 18m

The T11 Wreck is a 30m coastal patrol gun ship. It was sunk off Koh Chang on 17 December 2013, lying in 16 meters of water. The wreck is no longer in one complete piece, as it has been blown apart and broken in half, now resting slightly to one side with the crow’s nest standing on the sandy bottom.


Despite its condition, the T11 is a popular dive site with some very interesting artificial blocks located nearby. Divers have two options when exploring the site. One is to spend some time exploring the ship after taking a heading to Hin Raab South, Secret Reef. The other option is to take a heading out to some concrete blocks not far away and have fun playing around, diving through the blocks to test your buoyancy skills.

The wreck and blocks are home to large schools of trevally,tusk fish, yellow tail barracuda and snapper. If you swim off the bow of the wreck you can also find a super cute family of clarke’s anemonefish.

Secret reef - Max Depth 12m

Secret Reef is located next to Hin Raab South. It is a rock formation with a maximum depth of 12 meters, and a buoy line leads down to a depth between 5 to 6 meters at the center. Divers can explore a canyon that takes them over the reef, then head to the coral outcroppings in search of turtles. Along the way, divers may spot barracudas, moray eels, blue-spotted stingrays, angelfish, groupers, anemone fish, and parrotfish.
This site has the most varied collection of soft corals of any dive sites in the area!
Secret reef is one of our favourite places for a night dive!!

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