The Similan National Marine Park Islandsis home to some of the best dive sites in Thailand.
Similan Diving Safaris takes great pleasure in safely guiding you to the finest dive sites around the Similan National Marine Park with 22 years of diving experience at these truly beautiful diverse dive sites.
The Similan National Marine Park consists of 11 islands including Koh Bon and Koh Tachai, most of the islands are about 20 to 30 minutes away from each other when traveling on a liveaboard.
On our 3 days/3 nights liveaboard with M/V Dolphin Queen, we do 10 dives, including 1 night dive and 1 sunset dive.
For our 5 days/5 nights liveaboard there are 18 dives including 2 night dives and 2 sunset dives.
The diving is multilevel throughout the day.
You get to dive all the major dive sites in the Similan Marine National Park Islands. Here are just some of the dive sites you will dive at.:
Note: PADI Open Water diver, max. 18m | Advanced Open Water diver, max. 30m
Recommodation : PADI Open Water divers should take the Advanced Open Water course or the Adventure Deep dive aboard our liveaboards to be certified to dive beyond 18m.Schedule & Bookings
The Surin National Marine Park is one of the best destinations for shallow diving and snorkeling. Surin Island is located approximately 67 km north of the Similan Islands.
The Surin National Marine Park consists of 2 main islands (Surin North & Surin South), 3 small islets (Koh Chi, Pachumba & Torinla) and a rock formation called Hin Kong which translates to “A pile of rocks”. Surin south is home to the Moken Tribe (Sea gypsies) who all live together on the island in their handmade wooden huts.
The world famous Richelieu Rock is also a part of the Surin National Marine Park.
Note: PADI Open Water diver, max. 18m | Advanced Open Water diver, max. 30m.
Recommodation: PADI Open Water divers should take the Advanced Open Water course or the Adventure Deep dive aboard our liveaboards to be certified to dive beyond 18m.