Similan Islands


The Similan Islands, located off Southern Thailand, offer world-class diving with pristine waters, diverse marine life, and stunning landscapes. Key sites like Richelieu Rock and Koh Bon provide unique experiences, from exploring granite arches to encountering majestic creatures such as manta rays and whale sharks. The prime diving season from November to April offers warm waters and mild currents, perfect for witnessing renowned visitors. Opting for liveaboard trips from Khao Lak provides access to remote sites, with Phuket as the primary gateway. Visitors must dive responsibly, respecting marine habitats and conservation guidelines to preserve the islands‘ natural beauty.

Similan Islands Diving Site


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Discover Diving in the Similan Islands: Thailand's Underwater Paradise

Dive Sites Not to Miss

The Similan Islands offer spectacular dive sites such as Richelieu Rock, Koh Bon, East of Eden, and Shark Fin Reef. Each site promises a unique underwater adventure with stunning granite boulders, vibrant corals, and an abundance of marine life.

Marine Life in the Similan Islands

Dive into the biodiversity of the Similan Islands, home to manta rays, whale sharks, turtles, and a plethora of tropical fish. The islands' crystal-clear waters serve as the perfect backdrop to observe the vibrant marine ecosystem.

Best Time to Dive

The best diving season in the Similan Islands runs from November to April, offering divers warm waters, mild currents, and the chance to encounter majestic manta rays and whale sharks.

Liveaboard Diving in the Similan Islands

Experience the ultimate diving adventure with a liveaboard trip. These trips provide access to remote dive sites and the flexibility to dive at the best times, starting from Khao Lak.

How to Get There

Khao Lak, accessible from Phuket International Airport, serves as the gateway to your Similan Islands diving adventure. Most liveaboards and dive resorts offer transfers from Phuket.

Dive with Respect

As a protected area, divers are encouraged to dive responsibly in the Similan Islands to preserve its natural beauty. This includes respecting all marine life and following national park guidelines.

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