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Diving in Koh Kood

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When to go to Koh Kood

The climate is tropical and the weather is warm and sunny most of the time. The best time of year to visit Koh Kood is from late October until the end of February because of its relatively cool, dry, and sunny weather. Even during the monsoon season, from June until September, Koh Kood is worth paying a visit because it doesn’t rain every day and all day long, but some of the ferry and speedboat services may be limited due to high waves. The average temperatures on Koh Kood are around 28C/82F between October and February, and 30C/86F between March and May. The average water temperature is 28-30C/82-86F.


What to see

The Koh Kood waters are home to a stunning variety of marine life, including schools of batfish, butterflyfish, mackerel, stonefish, scorpionfish, hawksbill and green turtles, seahorses, rainbow runners, jacks, parrotfish, blue-striped pipefish, blacktip and whitetip reef sharks, many big grouper and much more. The shore line is mostly big boulder formations that are home to a variety of young hard corals, plenty of anemones, and schools of parrotfish. Juvenile harlequin sweetlips and blue spotted ribbontail rays can also be found here.

Scuba diving in Koh Kood

Koh Kood (also spelled as Ko Kut, Ko Kood, Koh Koot or Ko Kud) is the fourth-largest island in Thailand. It is located in Trat, the easternmost province in Thailand, and is adjacent to Koh Chang and Koh Mak. The closest airport is Trat airport. The biggest fishing village on Ko Kood is Aow Salad (Baan Aow Salad) in Salad Bay (Aow Salad), which is located on the northeast part of the island. In Koh Kood there are no banks or ATMs, so visitors are advised to bring cash. There are coconut trees, waterfalls, small streams, rubber plantations, small villages, white-sand beaches, and stunning bays. One famous waterfall is Nam Tok Khlong Chao. Some popular beaches are Taphao Beach, Khlong Chao Beach, Khlong Hin Beach, and Phrao Beach.


Most popular dive sites

There is a number of beautiful and varied dive sites, such as Koh Raet (depth of 4-14m/13-46ft), Bang Bao Reef (depth of 4-16m/13-52ft), Koh Rang pinnacle (depth of 30m/98ft), as well as Tui Reef (depth of 14m/46ft), Ao Tum (depth of 14m/46ft), and some great dive sites around Ko Chang, like Hin Luk BatHTMS Chang Shipwreck