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Happy New Year

It's Songkran time - the Thai New Year, the weather has been beautiful, the water is warm and we've had some fantastic guests. We'd like to offer big congratulations to our newly certified Open Water Divers, Christo, Philip and Tonie who loved it so much they're going...

10 Fish Facts

Most fish reproduce by laying eggs, though some fish, such as great white sharks, give birth to live babies called pups. Starfish are not fish. Neither are jellyfish. Catfish have over 27,000 taste buds. Humans have around 7,000. Seahorses are the only fish that swim...

Kled Gaeow wreck dive (Koh Phi Phi Ley)

We had an amazing day out on the RIB a couple of days ago to dive the Kled Gaeow wreck off Koh Phi Phi Ley and then the artificial reef at Viking Cave

Goodbye February

February turned into a great month here at Koh Jum Divers, we had great weather most of the time, and visibility has been excellent. We've certified new Open Water Divers, we've introduced people to diving with Discover Scuba Dives, we've taken people out fun diving,...

Clear Blue Water

What a great February we've been having here at Koh Jum Divers! The weather has been beautiful, the visibility fantastic, and we've had some amazing guests. Too many to mention all but we must offer our congratulations to Pascal and Lisa, our newest Open Water Divers...

Fish Fact: Moray Eels

Moray eels come in a variety of shapes, sizes and patterns & are often encountered by divers. They often hide their long, slender bodies in holes and crevices during the day, allowing only their head to protrude. Because of the position of their gills they must open...

Congratulations Lily!

Koh Jum Divers would like to wish Lily a massive congratulations! The newest recruit of the underwater world, Lily successfully completed both the confined water skill section and the open water dives of the PADI Open Water Diver course. After taking the theory part...

Harlequin Shrimps @ Koh Haa

Congratulations to Andreas! Having tried scuba diving in a swimming pool back home, Andreas didn't mind where the boat went, as long as he could dive "somewhere in the ocean!” His previous training was a great start, and Andreas mastered the skills with ease, and was...

Fish Fact: Porcupine Pufferfish

With their large expressive eyes & often curious nature, Porcupine Puffer-fish are regular favourites with our divers.  They are relatively big for reef fish and have a body that is entirely covered in short spines.   When stressed or threatened they have the...

Merry Christmas 🙂

It's been a busy time for us here at Koh Jum divers! We've had Anna-Mari getting certified as an Open Water diver, we've had 11 year old twins doing a try dive in the pool, we've had adults doing Discover Scuba dives, we've had kids doing Discover Scuba dives, we've...

Cathedral @ Koh Haa is one of our favourite dives

A big welcome back to Jan and Ulrika, they learnt to dive with us back in February and came out for a lovely day at Koh Haa today. Sarah also decided that once wasn’t enough, and came back to dive with us again today and brought along her parents Duilia and Barbara to...

Fun @ Koh Haa

What a great day at Koh Haa today we all had. Vanessa decided that if you can’t beat them, you should join them and is now our latest certified PADI Open Water Diver – she was joined on the last part of the course by her son Milo who’s never dived in this part of the...