Elephant Rock / Thailand

Elephant Rock
The form of Elephant Rock resembles the head of the elephant. There are a lot of impressive tunnels and domes under the water. In the rock cracks divers can spot small whitetip reef sharks and various colorful fish.
The relief of the bottom is the main peculiarity of this site. The underwater rocks form lots of arches and domes through which divers can swim. Currents can be rather strong, although the site is a must see.

Location: the Andaman Sea, near the Similan Islands

What to see: Here among all this magnificence divers can observe various dwellers of the marine depths – groupers, turtles, caranxes, whitetip and leopard sharks.

Depth: 25-70m/82-229ft

Currents: 1-2knots

Visibility: 10-30m/33-98ft

Season for diving: The best time is from November to April. The average water temperature is 27-30C/80-86F


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