Blog: Marine Conservation News
Koh Tao, Thailand


Coral reef conservation and restoration project in Thailand

AlotMeant: Coral Reef Conservation and Restoration Project in Thailand

Posted June 7th

Whilst covid is a disaster across the globe, we’re making the best of a tough situation and doing something amazing […]

DMCR metting about coral restoration and marine conservation in Koh Tao

Department of Marine & Coastal Resources Update: Coral Restoration

Posted January 14th

Image: Khun Guy from Tong Tom Homestay speaks about developing new dive sites near Koh Tao An interesting and well-attended […]

Thailand marine conservation internship

Baylee begins Marine Conservation Internship

Posted October 19th

Alongside her core Divemaster training here at Simple Life, Baylee from the USA has also started contributing to our marine […]

Coral restoration marine conservation

Coral Restoration Project Taking Shape

Posted October 11th

One of our exciting projects here at Simple Life Divers is a coral restoration initiative. In brief, damaged coral fragments […]

Coral nursery dive in Koh Tao, Thailand

New Coral Nursery Dive

Posted July 4th

We’re launching a range of exciting marine conservation initiatives at Simple Life Divers. In front of the dive shop in […]

Underwater clean up dive in Koh Tao, Thailand

Underwater Clean Up Dive

Posted April 24th

It’s amazing how much junk accumulates in our oceans 🙁 We undertake regular underwater clean up dives to collect trash […]

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