Scuba diving in Hin Daeng
Hin Daeng is very popular dive site because of the opportunity to see here manta rays and sharks. The Hin Muang's sister dive site, it got its name because of large amount of red soft corals topping this large rock that can be seen throughout the dive. Hin Daeng is a huge pinnacle that rises from the ocean floor at a depth of approximately 50m/164ft. Only a few hundred meters distant from Hin Muang, but three times bigger in size. Hin Daeng offers divers a large variety of dives in one site. The current can be strong here and diving is more suitable for advanced divers.
When to go
From the 15th of October Until 15th of May (National Park). Average water temperature is 28C/82F.
What to see
With walls, canyons, gentle and steep sloping reefs, pinnacles, and thousands of tiny holes where many wonderful small and varied creatures reside, it has something for every diver to welcome. From small macro creatures to large hunting fish or even stunning manta rays and the occasional whale shark, it is a dive that should not be missed!