Scuba diving in Samran Pinnacle

From Boat
Average: 13 m
Maximum: 28 m
Medium to strong
Average: 5 m
Maximum: 20 m
Samran Pinnacles is an interesting dive site located in Koh Samui, Thailand. It consists of several pinnacles and boulders with one large pinnacle in the center. There aren’t that many corals covering the boulders, but there are some very interesting selections of corals and underwater plants to be found a bit deeper.

When to go

Weather is mostly sunny and humid in Koh Samui. The average temperature is 26C/79F and reaches 30C/86F during the hottest months (April through June). Being in the water during this time will be a relief and escape from the hot sun. The monsoon season lasts from October to December.

What to see

At Samran Pinnacles, divers can see soft white corals and various schools of fish. Species such as sharks, cobias, whale sharks, jacks, trevallies, and barracudas can be spotted while diving at Samran Pinnacles.

Reachable from

Koh Phangan

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