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Richelieu rock diving daytrip

Richelieu rock diving day trip

Embarking on a Richelieu Rock diving day trip promises an extraordinary underwater adventure, immersing you in the vibrant marine life and stunning coral formations of the Andaman Sea. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll delve into the awe-inspiring beauty of Richelieu Rock, share essential tips for planning your diving day trip, and highlight the unique features that make this destination a diver’s paradise.

Richelieu Rock – A Gem in the Andaman Sea

Situated in the azure embrace of the Andaman Sea, Richelieu Rock emerges as an enchanting jewel, perfectly positioned between the picturesque Surin Islands and the mainland of Thailand. This underwater haven, christened after the eminent Cardinal Richelieu, stands as a testament to nature’s artistry, captivating divers with its unparalleled allure. Richelieu Rock has rightfully earned its reputation as one of the globe’s premier dive sites, drawing enthusiasts from around the world to embark on an extraordinary underwater journey.

Named after the influential Cardinal of the 17th century, Richelieu Rock is a submerged pinnacle that transcends the ordinary. As divers descend into its depths, they are welcomed by the crystal-clear waters that surround this underwater sanctuary. The transparency of the sea unveils a world of mesmerizing beauty, where sunlight dances on the surface, casting an ethereal glow on the vibrant marine life below.

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There are Richelieu rock day trips every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday

  • 7.00 – 8.00 AM Transfer from your accommodation to Baan Nam Khem pier
  • 08.45 AM Depart from the Baan Nam Khem pier to by fast speedboat to Richelieu Rock
  • 10.00 AM: The instructor gives a briefing and helps you with set up diving equipment
  • 11:00 AM: Dive 1
  • 12:30 PM: Lunchtime
  • 02:00 PM: Dive 2
  • 04:30 PM: Return at the Baan Nam Khem pier, return to your accommodation in Khao Lak
  • 05.00 PM: Arrival at your accommodation

The schedule can be changed due to weather conditions and currents.

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