The scuba diving scene is small but well organised and run, offering you the chance to explore underwater around the island or further a-sea at the Marine Park of Koh Rang and even get down to some serious wreck diving. Snorkelers can hop on with these boats or there are other charter boats available.
Koh Kood also boasts some great natural attractions, three waterfalls, two huge ancient and mystical trees and a nature trail that takes in a rock formed like the keel of a boat. Throw in the fishing villages at Ao Salad and Ao Yai, the other beaches themselves and you’ll have more than enough to keep you happy … or then again, you could just take it easy with a cocktail on a sun lounger.
Full details on the the Koh Kood dive schools, BB Divers, Koh Kood Divers and Paradise Divers, which have offices in Klong Chao, Ngamkho and Bang Bao Beach. We also offer a guide to local prices, and the dive sites.
Information too on snorkeling off the island.
A full guide to the three waterfalls at Klong Chao, Klong Yai Kee and Huang Nam Keaw. We also cover the ancient Makka Trees found deep in the forest. Details too on ship-like rock formation found inland from Klong Chao Waterfall along the nature trail leading to Ao Ngamkho and the coastal path in the far south west of the island.