Hin Daeng & Hin Muang

South of Phuket and Phi Phi Islands, towards the border with Malaysia lie the excellent dive sites of Hin Daeng (Red Rock) and Hin Muang (Purple Rock). These world-class sites provide steep walls, beautiful colourful corals, a wide variety of marine life and huge schools of fish. These sites also offer the best chance to see manta rays and whale sharks.

Koh Haa is a group of 5 tiny islands located between Phi Phi and Hin Daeng. There are several dive sites here including the famous ‘Twin Cathedrals’ – 2 huge caverns, and ‘The Chimney’ – a funnel created by steep walls. Koh Haa boasts colourful corals and lots of fish.
Phi Phi Islands offer several exciting dive sites. Likely encounters include black-tip reef sharks, turtles, sea horses, barracuda and tuna. Treat yourself to a Hin Daeng liveaboard cruise for a must-do Phuket diving experience.

Please note that you are required to have the Advanced certification or above for this trip. Prices do not include private guiding with our instructor, however this may be possible if you sign up to do a PADI course onboard (availability permitting).

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MV Giamani Hin Daeng, Hin Muang, Koh Haa & Phi Phi Islands 2 Nights / 2 Days Diving 7 dives 22,000 25,000


  • Shared cabin accommodation.
  • All meals.
  • Tea, coffee and water.
  • All dives.
  • Tanks, weights and weight belts.
  • Boat insurance.
  • Phuket hotel transfers.


  • Private guiding with Andy’s Scuba Diving.
  • Scuba equipment – full set available for rent at 500 THB per day.
  • Torch 100 THB per day.
  • Nitrox.
  • Dive computer at 300 THB per day (compulsory on Giamani).
  • National Park fees.
  • Nitrox.
  • Alcoholic drinks.
  • Personal insurance.

Note: We strongly recommend you obtain travel and personal dive insurance. All boats have their own cancellation policy and 100% of the full trip price is non-refundable in all cases if cancellation occurs less than 7 days prior to the trip. Exact dive sites depend on weather conditions. The park is closed to all visitors from mid-May to mid-October.