Daily Snorkeling Surin Islands trips from November to April. The Surin Island National park hosts one of Thailand’s largest coral reefs. A group of islands uninhabited except for a tribe of nomadic sea gypsies called “Moken.”
- Tropical Islands with white sandy beaches
- Reefs with colorful tropical reef fishes
- Crystal clear waters of the Andaman Sea
- Visit the “Mokens” a group of nomadic Sea Gypsies.
- Multi Lingual Guides – Daily English & German plus French (Mon, Wed & Sun) and Italian (Tue & Sat).
Phuket Tours Include:
- Return transfers from your hotel in Phuket.
- Food, soft drinks, drinking water, coffee & tea.
- Snorkeling gear (Mask, snorkel & Life jacket).
- Surin Island National Park fees.
- Snorkeling Tour guides are Multi Lingual – Daily English & German plus French (Mon, Wed & Sun) and Italian (Tue & Sat).
- Tour accident Insurance.
Surin Island Image Gallery
Snorkeling Surin Islands sample itinerary:
- 06.00 – Pick up at your hotel in Phuket and transfer to Baan Nam Kem pier north of Khao Lak.
- 08.45 – Check in at meeting point and welcome briefing by your guide.
- 09.00 – Depart from Nam Khem pier for Surin Island National Park.
- 10.30 – Arriving at Surin and time for the first snorkeling session of the day.
- 12.00 – Tasty Thai lunch served at the restaurant at Surin Island National park ranger station. Free time to explore the island and the beach.
- 13.15 – Snorkeling on 2 different reefs around Surin and stop over at the “Moken” Sea Gypsy village.
- 15.15 – Time to say good bye to Surin Islands as you head back to the main land.
- 16.45 – Arrive back at Baan Nam Kem pier and transfer back to your hotel in Phuket.
- 18.45 – Arrive back at your hotel.
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Surin Island National Park
The Surin Island National Park is a group of 5 Islands about 60km west off the Thailand coast. The National Park is open for visitors from November to April and offers excellent snorkeling and is also a popular destination for scuba divers.
The Surin Islands also known for a small community of nomadic Sea Gysies, the “Moken”