Diving Safari: Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai, Richelieu Rock and Boonsung wreck
Enjoy 14 dives over 4 days, a relaxed pace with plenty of time above and below the water. There is wide variation in the dive sites across the islands, with hard coral reefs, bombies covered in soft coral, large granite boulders, rock walls and swim through's. In between dives explore and enjoy the islands, fringed with white sand beaches, large rock boulders, turquoise tropical water and dense jungle. A short walk up to the look out at Donald Duck bay provides breath taking views and a great photo opportunity.
Our professional Thai staff are here to look after you. All meals are cooked and served onboard, buffet style with plenty of fresh fruit and snacks throughout the day. The dive crew help you gearing up, getting in and out of the water and filling the tanks in between dives.
We offer a full range of PADI courses during your trip. Our staff speak a variety of different languages so there is something for everyone. We have nitrox on our boats and the nitrox certification course is easy to complete. Nitrox tanks are either 200 THB per tank or 2,000 THB per liveaboard trip.
We dive in groups of 4 guest with one Divemaster. Groups are based on certification level and experience
The boat leaves in the evening. We transfer you from your hotel / resort to the dive shop around 7pm. Here you will try on the dive equipment. Once your equipment is sorted, sit and have a coffee and meet your dive staff. Meanwhile your equipment and luggage will be loaded onto the boat. At around 7.50 PM we transfer you to Tab Lamub Pier (about a 10min drive) to our liveaboard. Once onboard we show you your cabin, you can settle in and dinner is served at 9 pm as we are traveling to the Similans. The next morning your diving adventure starts with your first dive at the Similan Islands.
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Location Map Similan Dive Center in Khao Lak
Phi Phi Island liveaboard
Next trip 14 September
Visit : http://similandivecenter.com/phi-phi-island-liveaboard.html