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One of the smaller islands in the group, Koh Haa 2 is one of the limestone outcrops bordering the beautiful lagoon. It has a shallow reef facing the lagoon that is ideal for snorkelling, and a stunning wall on the seaward side packed with marine life. There are several small cracks and crevices to explore here also.
For its small size, the reef here is one of the most diverse in the area. Off the reef you will find a huge school of chevron barracuda, large reef squid, and turtles searching for their favourite bubble coral. On the reef you will find ghost pipefish, frogfish, stonefish, nudibranchs and many varieties of colourful shrimp, including harlequin and peacock mantis.
This island is usually dived with Koh Haa 4 in the same dive due to their size and close proximity. However, if you want to take your time to look really closely, or take photos, then a full dive can easily be devoted here.
Average depth – 10m
Maximum depth – 26m
Average visibility – 25m