Similan Islands are on the list of the most beautiful islands in the world! There is incredibly clear water, snow-white, like flour, sand, a rich underwater world, landscapes with huge boulders, bright coral reefs and untouched nature. From the language of Yavi, from Malay, the word "Similans" is translated as "nine." Landing is carried out only on two of the nine islands (No. 4 and No. 8), the rest of the islands are closed to visitors, and you can only swim to them for a short distance. Since 1982, the archipelago has been a marine national park and is only available during the high season from November to May.
By the way, on New Year's Eve, the Royal Family chooses exactly the Similans for vacation.
- transfer from your hotel
- tea, coffee, cookies for you on the pier
- departure from the pier to the islands
- snorkeling (swimming with snorkels and masks in emerald water among the fish) near island No. 6 and No. 5
- beach holidays on the island of Miang (island No. 4), a walk along the path through the jungle to the beach of the Princess, the opportunity to see the local inhabitants: flying foxes, monitor lizards, chicken crabs
- lunch on the island of Miang
- snorkeling (swimming with snorkels and masks in emerald water among fish) near island No. 9
- visit to the island №8
- optional visit to the observation deck "Sail"
- return to the pier, light dinner
- transfer to the hotel
The islands are open from November to May. It was forbidden to stay on the Similans overnight (in order to prevent pollution of the islands). Therefore, only one-day excursions are carried out to the archipelago (with the exception of diving companies, where overnight is provided in the cabin of a large ship).
The mark "Royal" indicates an increased quality of the excursion (lunch, service, condition of the boat, pipes, masks, vests, fewer people in the boat).
Optionally, you can go to the Similans on a high-speed catamaran (for 60 and 120 people), but in this option there will be no Russian guide and the cost will be 200 baht / person higher.
The trip to Similan includes 2 hours by land (by minibus) and 1.5 hours by sea (by speed boat). Since the archipelago is located quite far away, the trip may seem tedious.
As part of the program, visiting the islands will be at a dynamic pace, without stopping anywhere for a long time, acquaintance with the beaches of islands No. 4 and No. 8 will alternate with snorkeling.
Climbing to the Sail Observation Deck (on Island No. 8) will take some time and will be difficult for most tourists, as the path coils between the roots of the trees and goes up sharply.
This trip is also possible for individual visits on a speedboat, yacht, catamaran. Details and the cost of a private trip can be clarified by writing us a message + 66-644-035-801 (WhatsApp, Viber, Telegram).
Attention! Pregnant women, tourists with asthma or diseases of the musculoskeletal system, elderly people - everyone who has a problem with health, must inform their manager and guide in advance about it.
A big request is not to touch corals, stones, marine and land inhabitants. We remind you that the Kingdom of Thailand prohibits the export of sand, shells and corals, feeding fish is also prohibited. We love and value nature and urge to keep clean sea and land. Thank you for your understanding and participation.
Time and program may be adjusted depending on weather conditions for your safety.
If you have already been to the Similan Islands, we recommend that you pay your attention to the Archipelago of the Surin Archipelago, located north of Similan.
If you can hardly endure the long road, we suggest you visit the islands located closer:
- Phi Phi Bambu + Maiton
- Phi Phi Bambu "Royal"
- Paradise island (Racha Yai)
- Racha + Coral + Maiton
- Maiton - speed boat
Transfer from your hotel (check about transfer in advance, as surcharges are possible from some remote areas)
minibus (up to 13 people), high-speed boat (up to 41 people)