Diving Hin Daeng and Hin Muang (Red Rock/Purple Rock)

SCUBA diving in Thailand doesn’t get much better than this! Diving Hin Daeng and Hin Muang, easily accessible from Koh Lanta as a day trip, are probably two of the most famous dive sites in Thailand and boast the deepest drop-offs in the country! It is no surprise why divers from all over the world come to Koh Lanta especially to dive these two sites.  These giant pinnacles located in the middle of the Andaman Sea, offer dramatic underwater scenery, with steep walls covered in red and purple soft corals, dropping right down to 60m+.  Diving Hin Daeng and Hin Muang has it all, and we can offer you the chance in a lifetime to experience these beautiful reefs together with schools of pelagic fish and unique macro.  Imagine all of this, and then a giant manta ray or whale shark glides past to visit the cleaning stations!

We can offer you the option of a trip by either big boat or speedboat. Those of you who just want to get there, dive and get back should take the speedboat option.  The speed boat means a shorter day as the journey time is only 1.5 hours each way.  As we depart nice and early we are always one of the first at the dive site.  The big boat trip is a 3 Dive trip with the third Dive being at Koh Haa on the way back. So book  Diving Hin Daeng / Hin Muang now to experience some of the best scuba diving in Thailand!

Diving Hin Daeng and Hin Muang in Summary

  • Scheduled : Every two – three days
  • Journey Time : Big Boat : 3:45 hours (Tuesday and Saturday), Speedboat : 1.5 hours (Thursday)
  • Departure Time : 7am
  • Depth : 5m – 30m
  • Visibility : Average 10m to 30m
  • Current : Medium to Strong
  • Ability : Advanced or Open Water with Deep Adventure Dive and dived recently.
  • Marine Park Fee payable
  • Adventure dives (2 dives) Big Boat 4,500 THB, Speedboat 5,000 THB plus 200 THB computer rental if you do not have your own computer
  • If you are only an Open Water certified diver it might still be possible to go diving Hin Daeng / Hin Muang. If you have been diving recently and are not newly certified then you can go with an instructor for the day and complete the PADI adventure dive on the day. We include 2 Adventure dives, Deep and one other and both these dives will count towards the PADI Advanced certification. If you are newly certified then we may ask you to complete a day fun diving with us at one of our local sites before signing up for Adventure dives at this site.