SIMILAN LIVEABOARD 2 DAYS 1 Night
A liveaboard lifestyle is becoming more popular with scuba divers around the world and generally regarded as being the cheaper way to visit remote Similan dive site and relax. Similan Islands diving Holidays can work out to be great value. Our Similan Liveaboards 2 Day Trip Overnight flexible liveaboard safaris to Similan islands. Join any day and Extend your Dive Trip and stay as long as you want
Last Minute Similan Islands Liveaboards prices are lower, and you can get some great Discounts on Phuket and Thailand Diving holidays to the Similans from Phuket.
Best Chances to See Manta Rays are at Koh Bon
You may find that liveaboards have customers coming from many different backgrounds. Liveaboard in Thailand offers scuba divers cabins to sleep in while they stay on board for one or more nights, unlike a day boat operation. This allows time to travel to more distant dive sites relax in between dives and you save more of your time in general.
This dive trip is suited to Open Water Divers who have more than 10 logged dives and proof they have dived in the last 6 Months or Advanced Diver Certification can join the boats on any of the Similans Diving Days for 2 Days 1 Night Trip
Surin + Richelieu Rock are Advanced Dive sites and only available as a 3 Day + 2 Night Trip, Divers must join the Similans Dive Trip the Day before Surin Diving Days.
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WHERE ARE THE SIMILAN ISLANDS?
The Similan Islands comprise of 9 islands with some of the best underwater scenery Thailand can offer. The Islands are located 48 Km from the resort town of Khao Lak, you can also scuba dive the Similan Islands as a 2 Dive Day Trip Tour from Phuket, or stay as long as you want on a overnight scuba diving Liveaboard tour.
WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT ON A SIMILAN LIVEABOARD 2 DAYS HOLIDAY?
Liveaboard boats can often be luxury vessels and the attraction of the lifestyle while onboard often suits everyone. You may find that liveaboards customers have a very diverse group of people coming from many different backgrounds. Liveaboard in Thailand offers scuba divers cabins to sleep in while they stay on board for one or more nights, unlike a day boat operation. This allows time to travel to more distant dive sites relax in between dives and you save more of your time in general.
SIMILAN LIVEABOARD 2 DAYS SCHEDULE
06.30 am Pick up from hotel transfers by Mini Van
08.30 am Arrival at Taplamu pier (tea, coffee served)
08.45 am Departure from Taplamu pier to Similan island by speed boat
10.10 am Arrival in Similan island and Join up with the liveaboard boat
10.45 am First dive (1)
12.00 am Lunch served on board
13.15 pm Second dive (2)
16.00 pm Third dive (3
18.30 pm Night dive (4)
19.30 pm Dinner on board
07.30 am First dive before breakfast (5)
08.30 am Breakfast on board
11.00 am Second dive (6)
12.00 am Lunch served on board
13.15 pm Third dive (7)
15.00 pm Return by speed boat and depart from Similan island
16.30 pm Arrival at Taplamu pier and transfers by Mini Van
19.30 pm Arrival at your hotel
Book 2 divers or more and get Private advanced course in the similans islands + 5,000THB with Free e learning and digital certification
Similan Islands Diving
The Similans will be open Late October 2018 to May 5th 2019 you may want to consider taking the private guide with one of our Instructor staff guiding if you are booking 2 or more persons as opposed to you joining a mixed group of 5 to 6 divers to 1 divemaster. Group diving dive time is substantially reduced from a maximum of 50 minutes down to the first person in the group who is low on air determining the end of the dive for everyone in that group this means shorter diver times and unhappy divers