Dive Sites of The Similan Islands National Park

Squeaky Rock

Dive Site Squeaky Rock
Site Layout:
Granite boulders, hard corals, sand and rubble flats
Diving depth:
7m to 30m+
None to moderate
Up to 40m
West of Island 7, generally calm and but can be a little choppy from time to time
Site access:
Generally dinghy

On the opposite side of Island 7 to East of Eden this lesser known site is named for the constant squeaking that can be heard at points along the reef as the huge boulders gently move in the swells. As the site is hit by large waves through the monsoon, corals here are far less numerous than many other sites, but it is a haven for Kuhl's Rays, Jenkins Whip Rays and our resident Porcupine Ray, Charles. The rubble is also a great place to find purple Hypselodoris Nudibranchs, Moray Eels, and Banded Sea Kraits. There are some wonderful oasis' of soft corals and sponges that are home to Spiny Lobsters and Clarks Anemone Fish as well as large boulders where you can see White Tip Reef Sharks, Green Turtles, Hawksbill Turtles, Giant Trevally, and Unicorn Fish.

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