We can offer access to some of the most remarkable sites, which are rarely dived; combine this with warm waters, an array of incredible marine life and one of the most experienced instructors in Cambodia — this may well be the best diving you will ever experience.
We are able to access all of Sihanouk’s divable islands within a few hours and on virtually every island there is an amazing diversity of hard and soft corals, reef fish, larger pelagic species, and spectacular varieties of macro-life.
The island offers a range of accommodation from shared dorms to private beach front bungalows even boasting solar powered A/C. For non-divers boat trips, trekking, fishing, swimming, snorkeling are available.
The biodiversity is huge with ribbontail bluespotted stingrays, trevally, batfish, angelfish, damselfish, barracuda, scorpionfish, gobies, blennies, wrasse, grouper, filefish, boxfish to name but a few. Macro ‘muck’ diving is becoming more and more popular with nudibranc, seahorses, seastars, brittlestars, seacucumbers and crazy crustaceans.
On the east side of the island a shallow bay is a seahorse breeding ground “the corral” which host many different species of these very special fish. Stonefish, scorpionfish and melibe are quite rare but spotted quite frequently along with octopus normally living in shells. Sea anemones home to Clarkes anemone fish are littered around – but beware these small fish defend their homes quite aggressively.
If visibility is your thing, then Koh Tang is for you. 2½-3 hours out from Koh Rong. It is available as a day trip for early risers. Coral reefs and schools of fish with recent whale shark siting make this arguably one of the best dive destinations in the Kingdom. Snorkelers and divers of all levels can enjoy Koh Tang which makes an excellent liveaboard experience. Depths 5-35m.
Species include ribbontail blue spotted ray, white eyed moray eels, fusiliers, tuna, trevally, butterfly fish, scorpionfish, stonefish, parrotfish, wrasse, boxfish, batfish, angelfish, grouper, triggerfish, barracuda, bamboo shark, coral catshark, goatfish and many more.