Underwater Video Highlights of the Scubafish Dive Season So Far in Ko Lanta, Thailand.
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A Brief Look: Our Bumper Manta and Whaleshark Day
Sharks at Ko Phi Phi Video – A great day’s diving at the Bidas Islands – two of the best dive sites near Ko Phi Phi.
We were lucky enough to see Leopard Sharks and Black Tip Reef Sharks on both dives – the Liquid Lense team were loving all the shark action, and were a very happy bunch!
See our New Meet Porkie Video – starring the friendliest Porcupine Pufferfish in Ko Haa Lagoon!
Liquid Lense’s Underwater Video at Hin Muang:
World-famous dive site Hin Muang, lies just a few hundred metres to the west of Hin Daeng out in the Andaman Sea. This sea mount is entirely underwater with the reef starting at about 12 metres and plummeting down to a dizzying 70 metres.
Liquid Lense‘s Underwater Video at Hin Daeng :
The underwater seamount of Hin Daeng extends out in all directions to a depth of more than 50 metres and is home to a huge variety of larger marine life. You’ll bear witness to many awe-inspiring sites and aquatic variety in this underwater video at Hin Daeng.
Hin Daeng is home to a resident school of Batfish which greet divers on their descent, schools of huge Barracuda, and constant show of pelagic action to keep divers enthralled.
Enjoy great diving with fantastic underwater photography opportunities at Ko Haa Lagoon.
Cruising into the picture perfect lagoon of Ko Haa is a treat for novice and experienced divers alike with its white sandy beach, stunning karst islands & crystal clear waters.
The lagoon is home to fabulous reefscapes, a beautiful large table coral covered in nervous humbug fish and many colourful reef fish such as Porkie, the resident & very curious Porcupine Pufferfish, Clownfish (aka Nemo), Lionfish, Scorpionfish, Snapper, Barracuda & even Turtles.
It is most famous for the enormous caves know as ‘The Cathedral‘ – two huge underwater caverns that it is possible to surface in & swim between – that are always a delight for visiting divers.
“Ko Haa Chimney”: An Underwater Video Guide
Explore the arm that branches off the main chimney to the east, bringing you out into a beautiful shallow chamber with several large exits. Following the light through the tunnel either up or down the chimney is an experience not to be missed and can provide great silhouette opportunities.