Surin Islands Snorkeling

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The Surin Islands are famous for their crystalline beauty and infrequent visitors. The corals and snorkeling is the very best in Thailand, and yet few people visit.While the Similan Islands enjoy the reputation of the best diving in Thailand, the Surin Islands without doubt offer the best snorkeling. If you are staying in Khao Lak, take this opportunity to celebrate the luscious reefs of the Surin Islands. 

Due to the geology of the islands with shallower slopes and more nutrient rich waters than the nearby Similan Islands – the experience is therefore much more intense than at the nearby Similan islands. 

Surin Snorkeling Daytrip Package

Adult 3500 Baht

Child (Under 12) –  2700 baht


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Surin Snorkeling Tour

Includes (Daytrip Package):
Hotel transfers in the Khao Lak are, guide, speedboat trip and National Park admission fees
On board: soft drinks, water, ice and fresh fruits
Lunch: meal, drinking water, coffee and tea, (vegetarian menu available at no extra charge – please request)
Full snorkeling equipment: lifejacket, fin, mask and snorkel
NOT Included in Surin Snorkeling Daytrips
Transfers from areas outside of Khao Lak (Krabi, Phi Phi, Phuket). These are available upon request for an additional charge
Flights or accommodation
Private Guide
Alcohol

Should you wish – you may also stay overnight at the Surin Islands Bungalows located just outside the ranger station. We can help arrange such a booking if you wish :)

9.00 a.m. Departure from Kuraburi Pier to Surin Islands by speedboat – approximately 1 hr.
10.00 a.m. Enjoy snorkeling at Tao and Pakkard Bays.
12.00 p.m. Lunch at the Surin national Park Canteen.
13.00 p.m. Enjoy snorkeling at Tornila Island and then with time and tidal conditions permitting an excursion to the Moken Sea Gypsy village.
15.20 p.m. Transfer back to Kuraburi Pier by speedboat.

As always – on tours like this  - the itinerary is very flexible due to weather and seas conditions.