Kuda Divers are located in an archipelago of 12 islands, of which only 1 has a population centre and 9 are totally uninhabited. Each has fringing coral reef, with a large variety of healthy hard and soft corals. 

 

Our center is fully committed for marine conservation and this is part of our every day life. Together with PADI courses and fun diving, we do a lot of surveys (such as seahorse and reef surveys) to collect data. Visitors can partake in these activities if here long enough to take the basic training required. We have many partnerships with conservation organizations and even contribute to national programs with the Department of Environment and the local Community Fishery organization.


We hope to share with the world the beauty of Koh Sdach, whilst using our research data to influence protections for the area and our experiences to help the local people move to a more sustainable and splendid lifestyle. 


Our base of operations is located right above the water, nestled in the village, with our spacious boat, the White Gecko, situated just meters from the kitchen and breakfast table. We are available to go diving 7 days a week and would love to show you the awesome sights in the area. Highlights include seahorses (5 species so far), pipefish, cobia, barracuda, huge mushroom corals, fragile staghorn corals, soft corals, anemones (with clownfish of course), dozens of nudibranchs and
flatworms and over 150 documented fish species so far.

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