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Catamaran tours

A combined trip for
divers & non-divers to
Similan or Surin Island
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Similan & Surin Nationalpark

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There are already many day trips in the Similan or Surin National Park, which are specially tailored for snorkelers and are carried out with speedboats.

Of course, since we are a diving school, we are primarily concerned with meeting the needs of divers on our boats - be they absolute beginners or professionals.
However, many divers also bring with them their non-diving family members or friends whom we want to take care of on certain days. Tours to Similan Islands are good for snorkeling and to the Surin Islands for snorkeling and beginner courses.



These tours with our spacy High-speed Catamaran take place on Monday, Friday and Saturday
Surin tours taking place only as an alternative if there are no tickets available for the Similan Islands.

Rules for the National Parks

1. For bookings, we need the first name, family name, nationality, date of birth and passport number
2. For divers also: dive level, number of logged dives, date of the last dive & dive certificate
3. Visitors must carry a copy or picture of their passport with them
4. Drone flights are strictly prohibited
5. Beginner’s courses are not allowed at Similan Island
6. Single-use plastic is not allowed to take
7. Stay overnight at the Similan Islands is not allowed anymore
8. Bookings have to be done latest 5:00 pm, the before the trip
starts

Since there are only 525 tickets per day for the Similan National Park, we strongly advise you to book tours well in advance!


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About Surin Islands

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Since there is more than enough information about the Similan Islands, we would like to take this opportunity to write a little more about Surin Islands, which we visit twice a week.


Surin Island is in Mu Koh Surin National Park, found some 60 km off the west coast of Phang Nga province, and 80 km north of the Similan Island #9, is an archipelago of 5 islands:
Koh Surin Nuea, Koh Surin Tai, Koh Ri, Koh Khai, and Koh Klang.




The excellent diving & snorkelling are what most visitors come for. The main island of Surin Nuea has several bays, the largest being Ao Mae Yai on the southwest, which features calm waters and safe anchorage. On the southeast side is Ao Luek, which has shallow corals and an abundance of marine life. Ao Mai Ngam is where the National Park's office is found, as well as a 2-kilometre walking path. There's good snorkelling and swimming here off its long beach. Ao Chak at the north of Surin Nuea is a beautiful bay of pristine coral reefs.




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Itinerary & Prices

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Pick-up at your hotel between 07:50 and 08:45 am - depends on the location.
Our boat departs from iQ-DIVE Pier in Nam Khem at 09:00 am.

Arrival at the Similan or Surin Islands will be around 10:30 am

Now, we conduct our first snorkeling with our professional guides and right after that we will have a 90 minutes lunch break on board. After that, we prepare for our second snorkeling.
We will be back at the pier around 4:00 pm and our Taxi will take you back to your Resort.



Prices (in Thai Baht)
Snorkeler Adult 2.800,-
Passenger Adult 2.500,-
Snorkeler / Passenger Child (5-12 years) 2.200,-
Minimum age 5 years



National Park fees (in Thai Baht)
Adult 500,-
Child up to 14 years 300,-

Pick-up times
Lam Kaen: 07:50 am
Nang Thong: 08:00 am
Bang Niang: 08:05 am
Khuk Khak: 08:15 am
Pakarang: 08:25 am
Pak Weep: 08:25 am
Bang Sak: 08:35 am
Nam Khem: 08:45 am

Since there are only 525 tickets per day for the Similan National Park, we strongly advise you to book tours well in advance - especially for diving packages!

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