Koh Ma

Koh Ma is a small island just a 150m off the coast of Koh Phangan and is connected to the main island by a sand bank that people can use to cross on low tide.

This dive site is around a rocky island is sticking out at sea. It is surrounded by shallow waters on the beach side and deeper water on the sea side that attracts bigger fishes.

It is connected to the Mae Haad bay coral reef and is a very short swim from Mae Haad.

Name: Koh Ma

Depth: 0 – 22 meters

Common fish species: Chevron Barracuda, Smoothtailed Trevallies, Raggy Scorpionfish, Blotched Porcupine Fish, Pink Anemone Fish, Yellowbanded Fusiliers, Ribbontail Bluespotted Stingray

Features: Huge hard coral formations