Similan Island : A group of 9 small islands 50 kms. off the west coast of Phang-Nga in the Andaman Sea.
The Similan Islands National Park is known for white coral sand beaches, crystal blue waters, warm tropical nights and cooling breezes coming off the Andaman Sea. Nine Unihabited islands with some of the best scenery in Thailand.
The Similan Islands are very easy to visit. Located only 50 Kilometers from Khao Lak - The Similan Islands may be visited for one day, overnight or on tours. There are no resorts or stores on the Similans - only a couple of ranger stations and a few bungalows available for rent.
Home to the best diving and snorkeling in Thailand, The Similan Islands are home to a huge variety of marine life and incredible opportunities to see rare and endangered species. Often referred to as one of the best dive spots in the world - you will probably agree after visiting. While the underwater world may attract some people - there are also many varieties of birds and animals on the Similan islands. And of course - the long beaches!
Tour program :
06.00 - Pick up from the hotel (Phuket area or Khaolak area)
07.00 am. and transfer to Tap-Lamu pier by van.
Complimentary for tea, coffee and toast service at our office.
08.30 am. Depart from the pier to Similand Marine National Park.
10.00 am. Arrive at Ba-Ngu island (IsI.9) and snorkeling in the crystal clear blue sea with the
colorful marine life.
11.30 am. Lunch with Thai food set menu, you leisure at Similan island (IsI.8)
Relaxing, sunbath on the powder white sand beach.
13.00 pm. Snorkeling with fantastic underwater world at Payu island (IsI.7) and enjoy you
time for swimming, snorkeling or relaxing on Miang island (IsI.4)
15.00 pm. Depart from Similan to the pier and transfer back to the hotel.
Tour Include :
- Transfer from the hotel to the pier
- Snorkeling equipment, beach towel
- Lunch, Soft drink and fresh fruits.
- Insurance and English speaking guide.
- National park fee
Transfer extra charge :
- THB150-/person for Cape Panwa, Rawai, Naiharn, Layan Beach, Ao po, Ao Bangrong.