The Best Snorkeling In Thailand

Similan Snorkelling

Snorkeling the Similan Islands from a speedboat is a great way to spend a single day in Paradise! Departing Everyday from November through May – you can join for one day, two or as many as you wish!

Your guides will meet you at your resort in the morning, let you know about the specific destinations to be expected and some information about safety and guidelines for safe snorkeling.

Before you can say “Manta Ray” you’ll be on the white sand beaches and turquoise waters of the Similan Islands. A full morning of Snorkeling and exploring!
After a Buffet lunch of Thai delicacies we head off to one of the viewpoints for a scenic overview, then more snorkeling (or sunbathing if you prefer).
Back to your resort with plenty of time for a sunset drink overlooking the Andaman Sea.

Only 2900 Baht for Adults

If you can swim, you can put on a mask and start enjoying the wonderful sea creatures and the coral formations of the Andaman Sea. You will be able to float effortlessly and observe the feeding and courtship rituals of the reefs many residents.

Snorkeling is great entertainment for all member of the family no matter what the age. Be sure to protect yourself against the sun by using a waterproof sun block, especially on your shoulders and the backs of your legs.

08.00 Pick-up from your hotel by minibus 
08.30 Arrival at Pakarang Beach for registration.
09.00 Departure to Similan Islands by speedboat.
Koh Payu (Island #7) for snorkeling.
Koh Miang (Island #4) for relaxing on the white sand beach and enjoy lunch.
Koh Bangu (Island #9) for snorkeling.
Koh Similan (Island #8) to see the famous “Sail Rock Viewpoint” and enjoy swimming and relaxing on the beach.
Departure to Pakarang Beach.
16.45 Arrival at Pakarang Beach.
17.00-19.00 Arrival at your hotel.


If you do go on a snorkeling excursion, make sure to use the services of an operator with good safety standards. Also, be advised that many of the cut-rate tours take people to the most crowded bays at peak periods – not so enjoyable when all you see in the water are other snorkellers! Chartering a boat is a great way to avoid the crowds.