Surin Island Snorkeling by Speedboat from Khao Lak

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The waters around the Surin Islands offer some of the best snorkeling sites in Thailand. With the remote location, the clear shallow water and fewer visitors, this is the perfect island paradise! The Surins consist of two main Islands in close proximity of each other with a shallow channel between them that provides a constant supply of flowing water to create the perfect conditions for coral growth as well as to support the wide variety of marine life that live there. Here you will find yourself spending time with the likes of “Nemo” Clownfish, Octopuss, Pipefish, Coral Groupers, and many many more! Not to mention the encounters with sea turtles which are quite frequent.

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Stop At: Surin

Popular for its coral gardens and white beaches, Surin Islands are one of the most famous diving and marine life viewing sites in the world, no doubt the best in Thailand. The islands are within Mu Ko Surin National Park. Surin Islands are an archipelago of five islands within Mu Ko Surin National Park, in Phang Nga Province. The islands are 55 km off the coast, 100 km north from Similan Islands in the Andaman Sea and just 18 km from the oceanic border of Burma. The national park is covering an area of 135 km² of which 76% is sea. The main islands are Ko Surin Nuea and Ko Surin Tai which are only 200 meters apart, the corridor between both islands is shallow and a popular place for snorkelling. The other three small islands are Ko Ri, Ko Khai and Ko Klang. The islands are one of the very few untouched places in Thailand. Other than a small Moken village and park premises, there are no other buildings on the islands.

Duration: 5 hour

Pass By: Surin Beach

The Surin Islands is an archipelago of five islands in the Andaman Sea, 60 km from the Thai mainland. Administratively, the islands are part of Tambon Ko Phra Thong, Khura Buri District, in Phang Nga Province, Thailand. Mu Ko Surin National Park encompasses the islands and their surrounding waters

Stop At: Moken Village

The Moken are sea nomads that traditionally lived and travelled the Andaman Sea between Thailand and Burma. In the 1990th they started to settle on Koh Surin permanently. Before the Tsunami in December 2004, two Moken villages were located in “Sai End” and “Ao Bon Lek”, counting about 20 households in each village.

Duration: 45 minutes
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