Spend your holidays in Bora Bora, with beautiful sand-laced islets and breathtaking turquoise lagoon, which is protected by a vast coral reef,and is an unbeatable location to scuba dive.
The Simian Islands are mecca for scuba divers and snorkelers who come to the island to explore the colorful underwater world of marine life and coral. The best way to explore is via a Similan liveaboard, where you live on the ship as it takes you to some of the best and uncrowded diving spots.
Often called Phra Ae Beach or Had Phra Ae, Long Beach in Koh Lanta is located south of Klong Dao in the north west of the island. The beautiful white sandy beach is almost 4 kilometers long, which looks out over the Andaman Sea.
Snorkelers are able to breathe face down in water. Snorkeling equipment allows a snorkeler to move and observe underwater attractions easily, such as marine life and reefs, for long periods of time with little effort.
Here is a list of top things to do in Fiji, one of the most exotic locations in the entire world. Fiji is an archipelago containing over 330 specific islands. With a population just shy of 1 million people, there is more land to explore than anyone can ever imagine. Located in the South Pacific Ocean, the crystal-clear waters circle the popular honeymoon destination, offering privacy, beautiful landscapes, immaculate food, and adventure like never before.
Lying off the coast of Krabi in the south of Thailand, snorkeling in Koh Lanta, along with diving has for decades drawn plenty of tourists from around the world. The archipelago is made up of several of islands and the Mu Koh Lanta National Park. It’s also home to the nomadic sea people called the Chao Leh.