Snorkeling Khao Lak Tours to Surin Islands
Snorkeling in Surin Islands

Surin Islands Snorkeling Tours to Koh Surin National Park is more secluded than the Similan Islands but no less beautiful, in fact, the Surin Island although not as popular as Similan are absolutely stunning.

  • Pristine Warm Waters!
  • Pure Fine White Sandy Beaches!
  • Swimming, Snorkelling and Diving Paradise!
  • See the Local Sea Gypsies!
  • Multi Lingual Guides!

Price in Thai Baht per person: 3,900 | Child (4-11years) 2,500  >> Book / Contact Us 

Tour Includes :

  • Scheduled Transfers from your hotel in Khao Lak
  • Speed Boat Trip
  • Snorkelling Gear
  • Safety Equipment
  • Full Tour & Safety Briefing
  • Snorkeling guides are Multi LingualDaily English & German plus French (Mon, Wed & Sun) and Italian (Tue & Sat).
  • Insurance

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The Surin islands are so quiet and pristine has made this beautiful archipelago popular in recent years. The snorkelling sites here are as good if not better than anywhere in the country.

The Surin Islands National Park Tour Gallery

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The Surin Islands National Park sample itinerary

  • 07.00 – 07.30 Pick-up from your Khao Lak hotel and transfer to Kuraburi pier.
  • 09.00 Depart for Koh Surin Islands.
  • 10.30 Arrive at one of the reefs for your first snorkeling of the day at the South Island.
  • 12.00 Lunch in the cafeteria provided by the national park on the beautiful. North Island then get relax on the beach.
  • 01.15 Get back to the speed boat for the second reef to snorkel on the way.  Passing the word of Moken Village “The Sea Gypsies” to see Traditional village on these islands then we’ll take you to the third reef the last one of the fantastic day.
  • 03.15 Depart Surin Islands after an amazing day.
  • 04.45 Arrive at Kuraburi Pier and transfer back to your hotel in Khao Lak.

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The Surin Islands National Park Information

The beaches here are beautiful golden powdery sand; it sits next to mirror like waters of the Andaman Sea, the likes of which you’d imagine you only could see in your dreams – a place everyone should visit once in their lives.

Inhabited by local sea gypsies, Koh Surin hosts some of the oldest and most established reefs in Thailand, they are situated 60 Km North East of the Similans.