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Surin Islands Snorkelling Day Tour

Mu Ko Surin National Park is officially closed between 15th May and 15th October.

Let us take you to an unspoiled paradise. The fantastic coral reefs, different species of fish and white sand beaches invite you to enjoy the beautiful nature. The Surin Islands are truly perfect for snorkelling, relaxing and swimming.

The Surin Islands are 5 dreamlike islands, about 100 km north of Khao Lak. They are not as well-known as the Similan Islands, but in no way inferior. Known for its colourful coral reefs and its living underwater world it fascinates many divers and even while snorkelling one will be amazed by the natural beauty of the underwater world.

Mu Ko Surin National Park is abundantly covered with vegetation and surrounded by turquoise water are an almost untouched paradise. Fantastic coral reefs in combination with various types of fish and white sandy beaches invite you to stay.

The Surin Islands are truly perfect for snorkelling, swimming and relaxing. Therefore, we have three snorkel stops of 45 minutes each. It is enough time to explore the beautiful underwater world. For lunch, we are visiting a restaurant of the national park where we will enjoy a tasty Thai buffet. After lunch, you will have time to enjoy the beach and lay in the sun.

As the Surin islands are the only inhabited archipelago, we will pass near a small fishing village that has own culture.

surin islands snorkelling
Surin Islands
Surin Islands

Your tour guide will give you some interesting information about the island life, but we do not visit the village anymore. After a fire destroyed the famous wood huts the indigenous Moken worked hard to rebuild them. Even if guests are allowed to visit the island again, we want to give the indigenous some peace and privacy.

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Included in our snorkelling tour:

Transfer from and to your hotel in Khao Lak, national park fees, mask, snorkel, fins, life vests (also for kids), lunch, fruits and non-alcoholic drinks and professional tour guide.

Please bring:

  • Good mood
  • Sun screen
  • Mosquito repellant
  • Swim wear
  • Towel
  • Camera (with waterproof case/bag)
  • Flip Flops
  • Spending money
  • Extra tee shirt for snorkelling


  • Hotel pick-up in Khao Lak
  • 1st  snorkel stop
  • 2nd snorkel stop
  • Lunch
  • Island exploration & beach time
  • 3rd snorkel stop
  • Return

Available: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday

Price from Khao Lak:


฿ 4,100Add to basket


฿ 2,900Add to basket

Price from Phuket:


฿ 4,500Add to basket


฿ 3,300Add to basket

* Children 5-12 years. Infants (aged 0-4 years old) always go for free.

Mu Ko Surin National Park is officially closed between 15th May and 15th October.

Please be aware that due to weather conditions and other circumstances there might be changes to our tour program. Sometimes we even need to move the tour to another date and in rare cases to cancel it. Thank you for your understanding, this is purely for your safety. We strongly advise pregnant women not to travel on speedboat tours.

Terms and Conditions

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Your Tour and transfer booking is payable when booking by PayPal. You may cancel your trip up to 24 hours before tour departure, and the payment process will be reversed. All costs involved through Paypal, your credit card company or any bank charges are your responsibility.
Khao Lak Land Discovery does not charge any processing fees.

If you cancel less than 24 hours before departure, your payment will not be refunded.
We will try to find an alternative date for you, but with no guarantee.

Surin Island

General Information about the Surin Islands

The Surin Islands are part of the Mu Ko Surin Marine National Park and have an area of about 141 sq. km, amazingly 80% of them are underwater.

The national park consists of five islands and is about 100 km away from the border with Myanmar. They lie 60 km west off the coast of Phang Nga and Ranong Provinces; approximately 100 km north of Khao Lak.

Moken, or sea gypsies, live on the islands, which are covered with forests and surrounded by turquoise water, resulting in a pristine tropical paradise. They have stunning coral reefs, a diverse array of marine life and a beautiful sandy beach. The Surin Islands are known for their shallow waters.

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