Similan Snorkeling


Similan Snorkelling Daytrip

The Donal Duck Bay 

Similan Overnight package no longer available since last year 2018 as the DNP National Park has decided to close the accommodation on Similan Island for maintenance and recovery nature back to basic. Only Similan Daytrip Package is available in the limitation of visitors each day. Highly recommend booking the trip at least a few days in advance to ensure we do have free space for your family.  

An opportunity to visit one of the Top 10 Best Diving and snorkelling islands in the world. Similan island consists of 9 islands which are the meaning of "Similan" Every island is beautiful with its own character. All islands are surrounded by crystal blue water, white-powdery sand and many different kinds of fish, along with some coral reefs that are easily visible along the shore while snorkelling.           

Enjoy the scenic scenery under the crystal blue sea at Similan Marine National Park, The top ten dive site in the world with our services.

Visit the world's famous Similan Islands, a group of 9 Islands in the Andaman Sea known for it's coral-white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, picturesque landscape, and home to many sea turtles.

Itinerary: 05:30 - 19:30 Hrs.

The hotel picks up (Phuket / Khao Lak) to Thaplamu pier and has some tea or coffee at the Port.

  08.00 Meet at Seastar's office to check in and pick up snorkelling equipment, and have snacks and drinks (tea, coffee, Ovaltine).
  08.30 Depart from Seastar's private pier travelling by the best speed boat in the Andaman Sea.
  09.50 Snorkelling and appreciating the beauty of the underwater world, viewing fishes and colourful corals at islands 5 and 6.
  11.00 Arrive at island 4 (Koh Miang), snorkelling at Princess Bay and relax at your own leisure on the white sandy beach. The sand of the Similan islands is named as the whitest sand in Thailand.
  12.00 A full quality set lunch buffet (seafood) on island 4.
  13.00 Depart Island 4 to Koh Ba Ngu (island 9) for afternoon snorkelling at Christmas Point, the highlighted area for snorkelers, where there are attractive coral reefs and a variety of colourful fishes.
  14.00 Take you to visit a Sailing rock which is the landmark of the "Similan Sea" at Island 8 (Similan Island) to relax/swim at beautiful Donald Duck Bay (Ao Kuak).
  14.15 Arrive at Donald Duck Bay on Similan Island (island 8) where you can relax on the beach, swim, take pictures or clamber up to a viewpoint on the top of a Boat rock. You can also take a shower and change your clothes on this island.
  15.00 Depart Similan island (island 8) and head back to Seastar's private pier.
  16.30 Arrive at Seastar's private pier; Tub Lamu and safety transfer you back to your hotel.


Notice: This program is subject to change according to the weather and sea conditions.

Similan Island Tours

Price offer - Khao Lak Zone - Speedboat
Adult:   2,500 baht 
Children (4-11Y/O) : 1,800 baht

Price offer - Phuket Zone - Speedboat
Adult:   3,000 baht 
Children (4-11Y/O) : 2,100 baht

Similan Island Trips

Price offer - Khao Lak Zone - Speed Catamaran
Adult:   2,800 baht
Children (4-11Y/O) : 2,000 baht

Price offer - Phuket Zone - Speed Catamaran
Adult:   3,300 baht 
Children (4-11Y/O) : 2,400 baht

Not suitable for

  • Pregnant women
  • People with back problems
  • People with heart problems
  • Wheelchair users

Prepare for the activity

What should be brought?
  • Passport or ID card Copy
  • Swimwear
  • Sunscreen

Know before you go!

  • Note that the national park fee is non-refundable
  • A vegetarian menu is available upon request
  • Please note this tour is not suitable for pregnant women, children under 3 years of age, persons over 70 years of age, and persons with mobility problems and serious health issues such as heart problems, respiratory problems, and other medication-dependent issues
  • The itinerary may change due to tide and weather conditions to ensure the best day possible
  • Please bring a towel, your bathing suit, and sunscreen

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