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Similan Islands are a paradise of fine white sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters, and some of the best coral reef with Sea animals in Thailand.  The coral reefs are host of a dazzling variety of sea animal life, appreciated at best whilst snorkel.  The islands breathtaking are also easily accessible, making for the perfect self-guided walking tour.

Similan Islands are part of the Mu Ko Similan National Park, which was established in 1982 to protect the islands’ unique ecosystem and marine life.  The islands are renowned for their exceptional diving and snorkeling opportunities. Underwater, you can explore coral reefs, various species of fish, and other marine creatures. Some of the popular dive sites include Elephant Head Rock, Shark Fin Reef, and East of Eden.

Marine Life: The waters surrounding the Similan Islands are home to a wide variety of marine species, including manta rays, whale sharks, sea turtles, and colorful coral formations.

Rich Biodiversity: The islands are known for their rich biodiversity, both above and below the water’s surface. Visitors can see diverse flora and fauna in the tropical rainforests on the islands themselves.

Island Hopping: The Similan Islands consist of eleven main islands and several smaller islets. Visitors can explore these islands by taking boat tours, which often include multiple stops for snorkeling, hiking, and relaxation.




Join with a group program booked through our partner tour operator. Andaman Discoveries staff do not accompany you on the trip.06.00 – 08.00 am.

Pick up at your hotel, and transfer to Tublamu private pier.

09.00 am.

Departure to Similan islands.

10.20 am.

Arrive at Miang Island (Koh 4) for walking across the island or snorkeling and swimming.

11.30 am.

Enjoy a great Thai buffet lunch.

12.00 pm.

Departure to Payu Island (koh 7) for snorkeling and swimming.

01.00 pm.

Departure to Ba-ngu Island (KKoh 9) for snorkeling and swimming.

02.00 pm.

Arrive at Similan Island (Koh 8) for swimming snorkeling, relaxing on the beach, and climbing the viewpoint at Sailing Rock.

03.00 pm.

Departure to Tublamu private pier.

04.30 pm.

Relax and enjoy a snack, fresh fruit, and drink at the pier then transfer to your hotel.

Please Note: 

The tour program is subject to change without prior notice due to weather and safety conditions.

Join with a group program booked through our partner tour operator. Andaman Discoveries staff do not accompany you on the trip.


ยินดีต้อนรับทุกท่านสู่ท่าเรือทับละมุ ลูกค้าทำการเช็กอิน รับอุปกรณ์ดำน้ำ และรับประทานอาหารเช้าพร้อมเครื่องดื่ม


เดินทางออกจากท่าเรือ โดยเรือสปีดโบ้ท


เดินทางถึงเกาะสี่ (เกาะเมี่ยง) เล่นน้ำดูปลา ปะการัง ชมทัศนียภาพอันสวยงามและหาดทรายที่ขาวบริสุทธิ์


เพลิดเพลินกับอาหารกลางวัน (บุฟเฟ่ต์) ณ เกาะสี่


เดินทางออกจากเกาะสี่ มุ่งหน้าสู่เกาะเจ็ด (เกาะปายู) เล่นน้ำ ดูปลา ปะการังสัมผัสความมหัศจรรย์แห่งใต้ท้องทะเล


สนุกกับการดำน้ำเกาะเก้า (เกาะบางู) ตื่นตาตื่นใจกับฝูงปลานานาชนิด


ชมทัศนียภาพบนชายหาด ณ เกาะแปด (เกาะสิมิลัน) อ่าวเกือกม้าและชมหินเรือใบอันเป็นสัญญาลักษณ์ของหมู่เกาะสิมิลันดินแดนสวรรค์ ที่มีหาดทรายขาวละเอียดดุจดังนมผงและน้ำที่ใสราวกระจก




ถึงท่าเรือโดยสวัสดิภาพ รับประทานของว่างและเครื่องดื่มพร้อมกับส่งลูกค้ากลับสู่โรงแรม

ราคา ต่อ ท่าน:

รถรับ ส่ง จากเขาหลัก
ผู้ใหญ่ 3,100 บาท เด็ก 2,100 บาท
รถรับ ส่ง จากภูเก็ต
ผู้ใหญ่ 3,500 บาท เด็ก 2,500 บาท
ผู้ใหญ่ 3,900 บาท เด็ก 2,900 บาท

*** เด็ก อายุตั้งแต่  3-11 ปี ผู้ใหญ่ 11 ปีขึ้นไป


#ตารางโปรแกรมของทัวร์ อาจมีการเปลี่ยนแปลงตามสภาพของอากาศ

#งดการให้บริการ – คนท้อง – ผู้สูงอายุ เกินกว่า 70 ปี ขึ้นไป – ผู้มีโรคหัวใจ / กระดูก / มีปัญหาเกี่ยวกับกระดูกสันหลัง

From Khao Lak Area
Adult 3,300 baht Child 2,300 baht.
From Phuket Area
Adult 3,800 baht Child 2,800 baht.

*** Child 3-11 Years old. Adult more than 11 Years old.

Pick up time:

Takuapar 06.30-06.40

Namkem 07.00-07.10

Bangsak Beach 07.10-07.20

Pakweeb Beach 07.20-07.30

Pakarang Cape 07.30-07.40

KhukKuk 07.40-07.50

Bangnieng Beach 07.50-08.00

Khaolak Center 08.00-08.10

Sunset Beach 08.10-08.20

Merlin 08.20-08.30

Kokkloy Natai 07.10-07.20 


  • Transfer from / to hotel. (Khao Lak / Phuket)
  • Round trip speed boat
  • Thai Traditional Seafood Premium set
  • Fresh fruits and Drink
  • Snorkel (Mask, snorkel, fins, life-jacket)
  • Beach towel, Beach met and Beach bag
  • Travel Insurance
  • National Park entrances fee
  • English speaking guide
  • Sunglasses
  • Sun hat,
  • Sun block
  • camera
  • Beach towel
  • long sleeved T-Shirt.

Similan National Park is a protected area and this environmental code of conduct is to help us preserve this stunning natural area. 

We have to be concerned about our impact on the marine environment while enjoying this beautiful location. In fact, we have to be aware that the corals provide protection and shelter for so many different species of fish.

Coral turns carbon dioxide in the water into a limestone shell. Without coral, the amount of carbon dioxide in the water would rise dramatically and that would affect all living things on our earth and also the quality of the visitor experience to this wonderful area.


  • Where possible practice snorkel techniques away from live coral: be careful of where you swim with your fins at all times and manage fin kicks, particularly in shallow water, be aware of moving up sediment.
  • Do not rest or stand on c If you must stand up, make sure it’s on sand. You could destroy coral reefs; without reefs fish cannot live or reproduce.
  • Do not lean on coral for support when taking underwater photographs and avoid touching fragile coral stand
  • Do not jab with fingers or interfere with any plants or animals, you may destroy their habitats and disturb the ecosystem
  • Enjoy observing animals rather than touching the Manipulating some animals or live corals can be dangerous.
  • Do not track or try to capture free-swimming an Avoid blocking their pathway.
  • Do not pick up anything underwater, living or dead; always return it to exactly the same place.
  • Take time to learn about the underwater environment. Don’t hesitate to ask questions to your guide.


  • Please do not feed the fish.
  • They would get used to another type of food which doesn’t exist underwater, or they may get sick. Fish feeding results in changing their feeding behaviour and they won’t graze on algae which, if not managed by the fish, can choke the c
  • When animals become habituated to being fed by snorkelers, they may lose some of their ability to find food on their own, or create diseases which can affect population size.
  • Fish have their  own  nourishment  in  the  marine  biodiversity,  which  is  adapted  to  their particularities; fish feeding disrupts the natural balance of marine ecosystems.
  • If we feed fish, the extra food can stop the fish feeding from their natural habitat. This is important to maintain a healthy ecosystem.
  • Fish food tends to make fish more aggressive, and it may also have a damaging effect on the reef and ecosystem


  • If a boat does not provide toilets, visitors should use toilets before reaching and after leaving the reef, visitors should not urinate in the water Corals grow in low nutrient waters. If you urinate, the nutrient level in the water increases and that has negative effect on the corals. Corals eventually die when they are exposed to water mixed with urine.
  • Use biodegradable sunscreen,  because  UV  blocking  chemicals  used  in  many  popular sunscreens (parabens, cinnamare, benzophenone, camphor derivatives), can rapidly cause viral infections  that  promote  coral  bleaching  which  kills  off  coral  even  at  a  low  concentration. Sunscreens leave a film on the surface water that actually blocks essential UV rays for the marine life and ecosystem
  • Similan Island provides recycling containers (glass, plastic, cans…) so keep your garbage on the boat and dispose of it at a recycling depot on shore.