Koh Totang

Koh Totang is one of our local dive sites, the closest of our neighbouring islands and is also one of the only inhabited Islands in the Koh Sdach Archipelago. We have a few main sites around the island that we visit frequently. These sites are good for beginners and people wishing to refresh their dive skills as well as those interested in macro, flower and muck dives. Around the island there are a range of different sites some are great for those interested in macro photography due to the abundance of Nudibranchs, Octopuses hiding in shells, strange poisonous Flower Urchins, lots of juveniles hiding out and the possibility of encountering a Seahorse or two.

On the east tip there is a little wooden wreck where huge schools of fish, big Groupers and Trevally’s have found their home. A small shallow reef runs along the island and the bottom is scattered with Shrimp Gobies, with a good chance of seeing a Blue Spotted Sting Ray, Cuttlefish and Lionfish hiding in the shallows. There is a lovely area around the island with an abundance of brightly colored Sea fans and if you’re lucky the chance to see a Reef Cat Shark.

Points of Interest

  • Sea Fans
  • Nudibranchs
  • Coral Reef Cat Shark
  • Wooden Wreck
  • Muck Diving
  • Seahorses

Departure: 8 am
Return: around 13 pm
Meals included: Lunch, snack and soft drinks
Minimum number of divers: 1
Maximum number of divers: 8
Price: $85 for 2 local dives, $25 for snorkelers

Dive Depths Generally Between : 2-  14 m

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