East of Eden

This site was one of the most beautiful and most famous dive sites in the Similans but unfortuantely was hit hard by Coral bleaching in 2010.   The site has just re-opened to divers, but is still returning to its previous glory.   The sloping reef stretches from north to south, at a depth from 5 to 30 meters. This is where we get to see many different kinds of soft corals and anemones mixed with different kinds of hard corals.

Colourful Clown fish hiding.

Colourful clown fish can be found, great for underwater photography.

Between the corals there are fish and other animals of all different colours. We often find Trumphetfish, different Triggerfish, Butterflyfish, Turtles, Octopus, Moray Eels and the occasional Reefshark.

East of Eden is very easy to dive even if there sometimes can be a bit of a current as you can drift.