Pick up from Krabi
Adult (Baht) 3,500 –
* Child (Baht) 2,800 –
Pick up from Phuket
Adult (Baht) 3,500 –
* Child (Baht) 2,700 –
Pick up from Khaolak
Adult (Baht) 2,900 –
* Child (Baht) 2,600 –
* Child (Age 4-11 years)
SIMILAN ISLANDS Everything you Need to Know about Similan Islands
Similan Islands. are located just 84 km northwest of the bustling crowds of Phuket. Koh Similan is one of the best-known island groups in the Andaman Sea, largely because of the wonders that wait beneath the clear blue waters that surround it. Generally counted among the 10 most interesting dive areas in the world, this little archipelago has also become a favourite destination for yachts and tour boats. “Similan” is derived from the Malay sembilan, and means “nine”. Each of the Similan Islands has a number as well as a name. These are, running from north to south: Koh Ba Ngu (No. 9), Similan (No. 8), Payu (No. 7), Miang (No. 4, No. 5 and, in some opinion, No. 6), Payan (No. 3), Payang (No. 2), and Hu Yong (No. 1). Hin Pousar, or “Elephant Head Rock”, is alternatively designated No. 6 by some. Koh Bon, lying 17 nautical miles north of Ba Ngu, is part of the Similan National Park and may be granted honorary status as No. 10.
Similan Islands Highlights. What is it that makes these islands so attractive? The Similans aren’t as dramatically scenic as the limestone islands of Krabi or Phang Nga Bay, which many people have come to associate with the Andaman Sea. Instead, you find low-lying formations covered with thick forest. Ironwood and gum trees are among the larger trees, while jackfruit, rattan and bamboo form part of the denser undergrowth. The islands are home to crab-eating monkeys, dusky langurs, squirrels, bats, lizards and a good variety of birds (though the monkeys are shy and rarely seen by the casual observer). But the most striking feature of these islands, at first glance, are the huge boulders that litter the western and southern shores on several of the islands. Another highlight, as the visitor soon discovers, are the white coral-sand beaches, splendidly picturesque and often deserted. The most interesting sights, however, are to be found beneath the waves. Some of the most spectacular coral growths in the world can be found here – and the same boulders that scatter the shores have turned the waters around the Similans into an adventure playground for divers.
Krabi pick up 5.30 am.
Phuket pick up 7.00 am.
Khaolaki pick up 8.00 am.
|08.30||Check In and pick up your snorkelling gear and enjoy breakfast.|
|09.00||Departure from Thaplamu Pier by speed boat.|
|10.00||Arrive to snorkel and swim in crystal clear water,|
|11.00||Relax on the amazing beach.|
|12.00||Enjoy the most delicious lunch offered on Koh Miang|
|13.00||Depart for snorkelling in the breathtaking Ao Namchai Bay.|
|14.00||Explore the pristine beach and climb to the viewpoint of the Sailing Rock on Koh Similan.|
|16.30||Arrive at Thaplamu Pier and transfer back to your hotel.|
|Attention: 12-16 Feb 2017 Island 4 closed have to get lunch at Island 8 14 Feb South and East of island 5 and Koh Payu will not available to do scuba-diving. 15 Feb East south of Koh Payu and North and East of Koh Ba Ngu will not available to do scuba-diving.|
|Please Note: Important Note *** This Tour only operates from 15th October – 15th May *** The itinerary and timing above are approximate and may be modified without notice to fit the tide and local weather conditions. If above tour does not meet your requirement and you wish to customize your own tour, please feel free to contact us and tell us your preference. We will do our best to provide the best service we can. Call us now at + 66 944198242|
Roundtrip transfers to/from your hotel
English Speaking Tour Guide
Soft Drinks and refreshments
Delicious Buffet Lunch
Snorkelling Equipment Mask and Snorkel
What to bring
Swimwear, Light Deck Shoes
Shorts & Light T-shirt
Sunscreen, Sun Hat, Beach Towel
Light Deck Shoes,