As you may already know, in Thai, Koh Haa means Five Islands, where from Koh Haa Yai is the largest one. It has a small, sandy beach and a shallow bay. Koh Haa is a great place for snorkeling or to kayak between the islands. Koh Ha is a great spot to drop anchor for the night and also a beautiful spot for scuba diving, featuring lots of large fish, small marine life and a variety of crabs and octopus.
Koh Ha is a great spot to drop anchor for the night and also a beautiful spot for scuba diving, featuring lots of large fish, small marine life and a variety of crabs and octopus. Three of the islands in this group, form a beautiful sheltered lagoon with a shallow sandy bottom at 4-6 meters. This makes Koh Haa a perfect location for a scuba diving course or a scuba tune-up, if you haven’t dived for some time. Live aboard diving boats often come to Koh Haa because of the amazing coral formations and the famous cave. There are 12+ dive sites around Koh Haa, featuring pinnacles, drop-offs, walls, boulders and caverns, suitable for all levels of certifications, although to dive the cave, you need to have the required cave diving certification.
But even if you are not diving, the crystal clear shallow waters between the islands offers an insight on a wealth of interesting sea life while your snorkeling between the islands, starting from Haksbill Turtles and Stingrays to Mantis Shrimps, Moray Eels, Sea Moths and lots of Partner Gobies with Shrimps, guarding their nests. Koh Haa is a place to rest and dive or snorkel and to fully enjoy your sailing vacation in southern Thailand! Contact us for inquiries and we will work out a personal sailing cruise itinerary for you.