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‘I honestly couldn't have had a better experience, in fact none of us could! Changed our lives forever ’
Craig, Kingston, UK
‘Simple Life has perfect location & great accommodation on site. Fully recommend diving & staying here. Only regret is not staying an extra couple of days’
Kimberly, Chicago, USA
‘No better place to dive and you'll likely come away having made some lifelong friends. Highly recommend!’
At Simple Life Divers we offer daily dive tours for certified divers. From our two excellent dive boats we rotate around all Koh Tao’s best dive sites.
Morning trips depart at 07:00am visiting two dive sites and returning to Koh Tao late morning.
Afternoon dive trips head out at 12:30pm and return to Koh Tao by 17:00pm.
Plus night dives run a few times each week, heading out after sunset and typically back by about 20:00pm.
Koh Tao is surrounded by a huge range of dive sites and aquatic life. Close to the island are shallow coral reefs, hidden deep sea pinnacles and even a couple of shipwrecks.
Lucky enough to have two dive boats, at Simple Life Divers we’re able to rotate around all the best spots.
Choice of dive site each day is based on a number of factors; Where people want to dive, the ability of divers on the trip plus an assessment of the weather and sea conditions in order for us to enjoy the best possible diving experiences.
Typically if you are diving with us for a few days (or longer), we expect to get you to all Koh Tao’s best dive sites; The amazing Chumphon Pinnacles, famous HTMS Sattakut Wreck, Green Rock, Twins and Buoyancy World, Shark Island, White Rock, Nangyuan Pinnacle and more.
There’s a huge diversity of aquatic life to discover off Koh Tao, ranging from reef species such as wrasses, butterfly and angel fish, triggerfish, moray eels and rays. Further out we see larger species including batfish, giant grouper and chevron barracuda. We have many resident green and hawksbill turtles and if you’re lucky, maybe you’ll get to see a whale shark whilst they migrate through the Gulf of Thailand.
We’re lucky to have two wonderful dive boats and competent crew.
Both our boats have been fully customized for scuba diving. Downstairs dive deck with all tanks and weights onboard (so no heavy carrying). Onboard compressors and rear diver entry / exit platform. Upstairs we have a sitting area for briefings and relaxing between dives, plus refreshments (tea, coffee, cookies etc). And both boats are fully equipped with modern navigation and safety equipment. GPS and sonar, communications, onboard emergency oxygen, first aid gear and floatation aids.
There’s no sense scuba diving in huge groups.
At Simple Life Divers we keep group sizes for our Koh Tao dive tours very small. Typically 2-4 people per guide; Fun and social whilst everyone gets plenty attention, will see lots of aquatic life and enjoy longer, more relaxing dives.
Our dive guides are all certified as PADI Divemaster or higher and are passionate about scuba diving. You’ll have a great time visiting the top dive spots around Koh Tao.
Our Koh Tao dive tours include all equipment rental.
Our shop rental gear is professional quality from leading manufacturers (Aqualung, Scubapro etc). And all our gear, tanks and compressors are properly maintained by out in-house, full certified western scuba technician.
Fun dives start from just 900 baht per dive.
And you can get an even better rate if you opt for a multi-dive package:
1-5 Dives: 900 baht per dive
6-9 Dives: 800 baht per dive
10+Dives: 700 baht per dive
Get in touch and we can get your next diving adventure lined up!
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