Krabi town is the administrative centre in a province with the same name, located on the west coast of southern Thailand. It is located on the coast of the Andaman Sea, in the delta of the Krabi River, after which the town is named. The diversity of karst caves, coral reefs and sea inhabitants make this region attractive to divers. To not miss anything, we recommend to take part in a diving safari and reach the most remote and mysterious parts of the sea. With regards to the representatives of fauna, here you can observe butterflyfish and shorthorn sculpins, lionfishes and moray eels, while small reef fish will make great models for underwater photography.
The weather in Krabi is formed by the monsoons, which cause changes between the dry and the rainy seasons. The most comfortable diving is from October to May. During the rest of the year, rains are frequent with strong winds and storms. The average air temperature is +28 °C, and the water warms up to +27-28 °C.
The Hin Muang and Hing Daeng Rocks are surrounded by meadows of coral reefs where colourful exotic fish dwell. In the coastal waters of Ao Nang and Ao Pranang Beaches, apart from numerous marine inhabitants, you can see rare species of corals and swim among caves and grottos.