Koh Talu

Koh Talu Krabi Aonang

Koh Talu is one of the larger islands in this archipelago.

One of the main attractions are two shallow swim throughs often guarded by schooling barracuda fish.

Most divers are attracted to swimming through natural holes and canyons.

Moving southwards into deeper water, watch for mantis shrimp scuttling along the sea bed.

Energetic divers may choose to swim across to the next site. Head west from Koh Si and you should make it to G.K. Island.

Gorgonian Sea Fans are related to soft corals and are more commonly known as sea fan, sea whips, or sea pens. They are found in most of the world's oceans but especially in tropical waters.

Gorgonians are normally brightly colored, up to a meter in diameter but only a few inches in thickness. The colonies are similar to a fan - hence its name and the most common colors for gorgonian sea fans are yellow, purple and red.

Koh Talu Dive Site Facts

Average Depth: 8m

Maximum Depth: 20m

Underwater Visibility: 5 - 15m

General Currents: Moderate

Unusual Hazards: None Noted

Points of Interest: Mantis Shrimp, Barracudas, Sea Fans.

Krabi Aonang Dive Sites |> Koh Poda |> Koh Ha |> Koh Dor |> Koh Si |> GK Island |> Koh Yawasam |> Koh Yawabon

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