Liveaboard diving in
Koh Haa Lagoon is located between islands of Ko Ha Song, Ko Ha See and Ko Ha Sam. It features crystal clear waters, beautiful reef scapes, pristine corals and a large variety of macro marine life, as well as a small cave near Ko Ha Song, swim-through on Ko Ha See and a dramatic wall on Ko Ha Sam island, on the opposite side from the lagoon. This dive is suitable for divers of all levels of experience and snorkelers. This location is especially good as a training ground for beginners, but more experienced divers can explore beautiful soft corals on the outer pinnacles which drop down to over 30m/98ft. This site is a photographer's dream and a night dive not to be missed.
When To Go Diving
Diving is available all year round with an average water temperature around 29C/84F. Though the best diving is between November and May.
What to see
It offers some impressive large table corals, colorful soft and hard corals and barrel sponges. Many colorful reef fish like pufferfish, clownfish, scorpionfish and other small beautiful species, like harlequin shrimp, ornate ghost pipefish and frogfish can be found. Barracuda, hawksbill turtles, leopard and blacktip reef sharks and even the occasional whale sharks can be seen here as well.