List Price: $24.99
Edition: 1st Edition
SOUTH ANDAMAN including
HIN MUANG HIN DAENG and TARUTAO
By Chutinun Mora, Nudee Vangsirirungruang, Parnupong
Norasethkamol, Polpich Komson, Wipawan Pinyowit
Edition: 1nd Edition/ March 2006
Dimension (w x h): 145 x 210 mm.
Weight: 320 g.
Following on the success of their popular first pocket
divesite guidebook, five young Thai divers have just published their
second guidebook. This well designed, convenient reference is filled with
colourful dive site diagrams, descriptions of sites and what you're likely
to encounter, and lots of useful information about travelling to and
diving the South Andaman area. This is a must-read before you visit
"When it comes to diving in Thailand, the Similans
is usually the first area that comes to mind. However,
there are more easily-accessible dive sites to the south
of the Similans with the same beauty and diversity,
such as Phi Phi national park, Hin Muang and Hin Daeng,
etc, that are often overlooked.
Possessing the same topography and water temperature as the Similans,
the dive sites also blessed with the same beauty and diversity of aquatic
life as Similan National Park – and some say, much more.
For example, the twin pinnacles of Hin Muang and Hin
Daeng lie in the open sea, giving divers a wonderful
opportunity to encounter big pelagics such as manta
rays and whale sharks. Other sites are home to rare
species such as frogfish, seahorses, leaf fish, ribbon
eels and many kinds of colourful nudibranchs. "
All these things, and much more, are situated in the
Southern Andaman Sea. We hope you’ll come to know
and love the area as much as we have!