Join us for an unforgettable day at the beautiful Similan Islands, where white sandy beaches and wonderful, lush rainforests await you.
Enjoy snorkelling in the clear waters and keep yours eyes open, will you encounter a turtle?
We will pick you up at about 6.30am from your hotel in Khao Lak. To avoid any hectic rush at the port of Thap Lamu, we start from our own private pier. Here we will serve a light breakfast give a short safety briefing and tips on how to behave whilst offshore and when visiting a Thai National Park.
Our speed boat will whisk you to the islands in approximately 90 minutes. (Just in case, we provide pills to prevent sea sickness (Dimenhydrinate 50mg)). First we will cruise to Donald Duck Bay, you first taste of the unique Similan Island scenery. You will have time to relax at the beach or get yourself familiar with your snorkelling equipment in the clear and turquoise waters.
Feel free to join our guide on the adventurous trek to the magnificent view point to see the true beauty of the area from up high. Picturesque bays and blossoming, tropical fauna will make you forget about time.
We will continue with our first snorkelling stop. With water temperatures around 30˚C and underwater visibility around 20m it makes the sea simply inviting. Our tour guides and boat staff have an extremely good knowledge about the nine islands and will choose the best snorkelling place of the day, with as few other tourists as possible.
Now it’s time to regain your power with a tasty Thai lunch at one of the beautiful sandy beaches, listening to the sound of the waves. Moreover there will be some free time to explore the island or simply relax before we rejoin the speed boat to enjoy another snorkel stop.
Who knows what is waiting for you? Maybe you can find Nemo, a sea snake or a friendly turtle? In the afternoon we will head back to land. For safety reasons this is usually no later 3:30pm.
Finally, when we arrive at the pier our friendly minibus drivers will be ready and waiting to take you to your hotel, hopefully happy and also a bit tired after such an eventful day at the sea.