Koh Yippon Lek

One of the small rocky islands at the northern tip of the Ang Thong Marine Park is Koh Yippon Lek the little sister island of Koh Yippon Yai. It bare all the ressemblances to make it another great dive site.

This site is notorious for the half flooded archways and cave going through the island as well as many other smaller swim through scattered around.

One of the more colorful reefs because of the many soft coral gardens and anemone beds this shallow dive site has a great variety of species of fishes, corals, crustaceans.

If you like small macro life and nudibranchs make sure you go around slowly and take a good look.

Whale sharks also comes around this dive site from time to time to spend the day feeding on plakton and small fishes.

Common species: Chevron Barracuda, Yellow-banded Fusilier, Big-eyed Trevallies, Cuttlefish, Longfin Squid, Blue Spotted Stingray, Common Lionfish, Banded Sea Krait

Depth: 0 – 24 meters

Features: Open cave, swim throughs, large boulders, soft corals gardens, anemone beds, biodiversity, shallow average depth

Current: None to strong