Second day, we got two dives left in similans before heading north to Koh Bon and Koh Tachai, and we got the most from those ones, Elephant Head Rock, were everybody loved one of the most enjoyable dives between this maze of massive granite boulders, swim throughs, channels..., and North Point, with impressive Sea Fans, spotting turtles and white tip Reefs Sharks together with the usual suspects in both places. And after our stop in Koh Bon our first Sunset dive of the trip in The Dome (Koh Tachai), a frenzy of Trevallies, Tunas and Barracudas hunting around us, becoming the main theme of conversation of this evening/night.
Third day....yes, is Richelieu Rock Day ,and no, the incredible amount of new life we saw the last trip was not a one time situation, everything still there!!, schooling fish everywhere (i can imagine how stressful has to be being a small Glass Fish in a place like this one), the pinnacle tapestry by tons of creatures to find, being our best discovery a Pinneaple Fish (Photos coming soon), a deep water creature who is coming to the relative shallows around 30 meters to wait for his partner.
In our last day and after the first day in Hin Luang (AKA Koh Bon pinnacle or Yellow Rock) we had a amazing surprise in our way to Boonsung Wreck, a group of Minke Whales joining us for 20 minutes!!!. Perfect way to finish this trip together with one of the best visibilities ever in our loved wreck.
Being back already on land we would like to thanks all the divers who make this trip so special, was great to have you on board and we really hope to see you back again, and to congratulate to our 2 Brand new certified Nitrox divers Tomas and Carmen together with Gilbert and Sotarios, our snorkelers on board, who did their first underwater scuba experience with us.