Stonehenge is a dive site consisting of huge boulder formations stretching down to 40 meters. There are some beautiful swim-throughs making this site well worth a dive.
The dive site is best known for it many beautiful Gorgonian Seafans, but there are also schools of Baracudas and other big fish.
When taking a closer look watch out for some colourful nudibranchs, and Ghost Pipefish.
Stonehenge is a quite small dive site, and it isn’t really dived very much so remains relatively undisturbed.
The dive site is situated on the north-western tip of Similan Island #4.
There can sometimes be a bit of a current here.