Snorkeling Phuket Tours to Surin Islands
Snorkeling Phuket Tours to Surin Islands

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).
Price in Thai Baht per person: 4,300 | Child (3-11year) 2,900 >> Contact Us Now

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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.

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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”