Similan Islands

Pristine and far-reaching, the Similan Islands Archipelago covers 128 square kilometers in the Andaman Sea. Renowned for its stunning beauty both on land and under the sea, this cluster of islands is the perfect location for a number of fun holiday activities like scuba diving or island hopping.
“Similan” is a Malayu word that literally translates to “nine” in English, and of course, the Similan Islands Archipelago is home to nine gorgeous islands in the middle of the clear-blue waters of the Andaman Sea.
If you’re a scuba diving enthusiast planning a trip to Thailand, there is no better option available than signing up for liveaboards in the Similan Islands.

All the wonders of the Similan Islands will take at least a few days to explore and many of these islands are either uninhabited or have very limited accommodations. This is why you should look for a liveaboard, not just for a place to sleep but for a unique experience.

Our Similan Islands liveaboard gives you an exciting holiday of fun scuba diving with other like-minded people on our spacious ship, where you can relax in your own private quarters overlooking the clear waters of Andaman Sea. Our highly trained and friendly staff are extremely passionate passionate about diving. They are there to guide you through every step of the journey and make sure you have the diving experience of a lifetime.

Diving in the Similan Islands national marine park is a unique experience. The area is widely regarded as Thailand’s top scuba diving spot, and one of the best in all of Asia. The reef and marine life are spectacular. You will get to see gentle slanted hard coral reefs and wild rocky landscapes. The reefs are home to hundreds of species of coral and other marine life. Divers from all over the world flock to Thailand to experience it for themselves. It’s a beautiful sight to behold from both above and under the water.

Two of the most spectacular Similan Islands Dive Sites are Boulder City and Elephant Head Rock. Boulder City sits a kilometer off the east coast of Koh Payan. This area is only recommended for intermediate and experienced divers as the currents can be quite strong. Leopard sharks and manta rays often frequent the area due to the plankton being carried by the currents. Elephant Head Rock is home to many natural tunnels, caused by thousands of years of water erosion, which are very enjoyable to swim through.

To get the most out of the Similan Islands Diving sites, it’s best to have some diving experience beforehand, so that you can enjoy all of the diving hotspots to their full potential. However, there are many appropriate dive sites for beginners as well.

The most popular time of year to visit is between November and May. The hottest months are March and April. Regardless of the time of year, the dive spots surrounding the Similan Islands are truly a wonder to behold.

For more information on the Similan Island Liveaboard, contact us today.

Two of the most spectacular Similan Islands Dive Sites are Boulder City and Elephant Head Rock. Boulder City sits a kilometer off the east coast of Koh Payan. This area is only recommended for intermediate and experienced divers as the currents can be quite strong. Leopard sharks and manta rays often frequent the area due to the plankton being carried by the currents. Elephant Head Rock is home to many natural tunnels, caused by thousands of years of water erosion, which are very enjoyable to swim through.

To get the most out of the Similan Islands Diving sites, it’s best to have some diving experience beforehand, so that you can enjoy all of the diving hotspots to their full potential. However, there are many appropriate dive sites for beginners as well.

The most popular time of year to visit is between November and May. The hottest months are March and April. Regardless of the time of year, the dive spots surrounding the Similan Islands are truly a wonder to behold.

For more information on the Similan Island Liveaboard, contact us today.