All levels

Reefs & Sharks

Nov-Apr

Thailand

UD Rating – 3 Star

The Junk

The ideal way to dive amazing Thailand.

The Junk is a 33 metre restored historic vessel formerly used to transport mango wood charcoal from Burma to Malaysia. She now offers 7 day/6 night itineraries to the finest diving sites in Thailand.

The Junk is a 33 metre restored historic vessel formerly used to transport mango wood charcoal from Burma to Malaysia. She now offers 7 day/6 night itineraries to the finest diving sites in Thailand where the water is warm year round and the marine life is prolific. The experienced captain, friendly crew and vie masters will lead you through the trip whilst helping with any questions or queries you may have regarding the boat or the itinerary.

The Junk comfortably accommodates 18 guests in 2 private double bed cabins, 2 four berth cabins and 2 three berth cabins located on the lower deck. All cabins come with a shower and toilet en-suite, storage and an air conditioning unit with individual controls. The food aboard is a variety of Asian and western cuisine suiting the needs of most customers. Any dietary requirements must be stated at the time of booking so the chef can adhere to any guest’s needs.

The large dining room is furnished with 2 large tables and benches providing ample space for divers and is where all meals are served throughout the day. The sun deck is equipped with table and chairs making it the perfect place to relax after a long day’s diving. The dive deck is at the bow of the boat with individual gear lockers as the dive operation from the dinghy takes place at the stern on the boat.

Double Cabin with A/C

We have 2 private cabins with double bed, All our cabins are fully air-conditioned and have their own hot water shower and en-suite toilet.

  • Double Bed
  • Air-Conditioned
  • Hot Water Shower
  • En-suite toilet

Quad

2 four berths cabins (which are all bunks but can also be sold as Shared Twin). All our cabins are fully air-conditioned and have their own hot water shower and en-suite toilet.

  • Air-Conditioned
  • 4 Beds
  • Hot water shower
  • En-suite toilet

Double / Triple Cabin

2 three berths cabins (can be sold as so called Shared Twins and can also be turned into a Private Double Bed) All our cabins are fully air-conditioned and have their own hot water shower and en-suite toilet.

  • Triple option
  • Air-Conditioned
  • Hot water shower
  • En-suite toilet

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Route Options

Incredible sites and a stunning variety of species to be encountered on this exciting trip.

When on this route you will encounter leopard sharks, blue spotted stingrays and emporer fish, among others. The coral gardens, bommies and wonderful boulder formations make for exciting dives and fabulous photos. Elephant Head Rock, the biggest pinnacle in the Similans, is visited and has some fantastic swim-throughs where you will see white tip reef sharks, barracudas on the perimeter of the boulder while looking closely at cracks in the rubble will reveal moray eels and shrimps. The Khao Lak Wrecks are also visited and being home to nudibranchs and the unusual leopard moray, are a great treat for underwater photographers.

The Junk is completely renovated and has been operating under Worldwide Dive and Sail since 2014. The 30 meter vessel can accommodate 18 divers in air conditioned cabins, all of which have ensuites. Meals are served buffet style and there is the option of indoor or outdoor dining. Food is nourishing and varying, with Asian options as well as the familiar western cuisine.

Wondrous sites, stunning fish and beautiful corals ensure that everyone has exciting trip they won't forget!

Two breathtaking limestone islands make up Koh Phi Phi, with many of the dive sites consisting of wall of gorgonian fans, soft corals and interesting rock formations and swim throughs. Divers can expect a great number of fish such as lionfish and rays as well as the odd leopard shark or blacktip reef shark. Turtles are also commonly seen here and when visiting Shark Point, the iconic leopard shark can be seen. Bamboo shark are encountered at Koh Doc Mai and the King Cruiser wreck is covered in soft corals and is home to several schools of snapper.

The Junk is completely renovated and has been operating under Worldwide Dive and Sail since 2014. The 30 meter vessel can accommodate 18 divers in air conditioned cabins, all of which have ensuites. Meals are served buffet style and there is the option of indoor or outdoor dining. Food is nourishing and varying, with Asian options as well as the familiar western cuisine.

An exciting trip with stunning sites and incredible pelagics, guaranteed to impress!

This itinerary visits the same sites as the 4 night itinerary with the added site of Surin Islands, the reefs of which have the greatest hard coral biodiversity in Thailand. The eastward sites are predominantly made up of hard corals and have gentler currents while the westward sites consist of giant granite boulders and are prone to stronger currents. This makes for more challenging diving but also increased chance of encountering larger pelagics.

The Junk is completely renovated and has been operating under Worldwide Dive and Sail since 2014. The 30 meter vessel can accommodate 18 divers in air conditioned cabins, all of which have ensuites. Meals are served buffet style and there is the option of indoor or outdoor dining. Food is nourishing and varying, with Asian options as well as the familiar western cuisine.

Join The Phinisi on this unique itinerary exploring the very best diving that Thailand has to offer, taking in the highlights of Hin Daeng, Hin Muang, Koh Haa, Koh Phi Phi, King Cruiser, the Similan Islands and, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai and Richelieu Rock.

10 Nights

Sites on the eastern side of the islands tend to be sand covered fringing reefs predominantly made up of hard coral. The reef plateau’s are around 5-10 metres deep and from here you have gentle slopes heading down to the reef edge at around 20-25m. The Eastern sides of the Similans also tend to have more gentle currents. This makes the Eastern dive sites ideal for both divers of all levels and snorkelers too. On Eastern sites you can expect to see a huge variety of coral reef fish. On sand passes look out for garden eels, blue-spot mask rays and the endemic blue-spot jaw fish. Specials include harlequin and robust ghost pipefish, short pouch pygmy pipehorses and hawksbill turtles.

Sites on the west side of the islands are a little different. Here giant granite boulders tumble to the sea bed easily reaching depths of 40m. The more exposed side of the Similans can be prone to stronger and more unpredictable currents. The currents have kept the boulders free from a build up of sand, leading to boulder dive sites with a variety of canyons, tunnels, swimthroughs, archways and caverns. It can be more challenging diving but hopefully the increased chance of larger pelagics makes up for that. Also keep an eye out for andaman sweetlips, dogtooth tuna and anglerfish.

Possibly some of the most underrated diving in the whole of Thailand, Moo Koh Haa (literally ‘five island group’) sits almost halfway between Hin Daeng and Phi Phi and is part of the Ko Lanta National Marine Park. There are actually several dive sites around Ko Haa but the highlights are Ko Haa Lagoon, Ko Haa Neua, and Ko Haa Yai.
Around these amazing islands you can see pinnacles, walls, boulders, caverns, and swim-throughs. Ko Haa lagoon is ideal for night dives, courses, and snorkelling, while The Chimney and The Cathedral offer things that you cannot see on other Thailand liveaboard itineraries with caverns, swim-throughs and chambers littering the sites. Ko Haa has varied marine life too, with ornate ghost pipefish, morays eels, octopus, hawksbill turtles, sea horses, marble rays, and sometimes even leopard sharks.

These two sites are pinnacles (translating directly as Red Rock and Purple Rock) in open ocean, reaching down to over 70m, and are best known for manta ray and whale shark encounters but, whether they are sighted or not, the sites also offer giant moray eels, pharaoh cuttlefish, schooling rainbow runners and snappers, barracudas, groupers, fusiliers and blue fin trevally. On the pinnacles, there are fields of Magnificent Anemones, walls of Hemprics soft corals, and huge gorgonian sea fans. Almost perpetual good visibility and dramatic topography combined with huge fish number makes for excellent liveaboard diving.

Vessel Details

Year Built Restored in 1998
Guest Numbers 18
Length & Beam 33 metres long and a 8.5 metre beam
Speed 8 Knots
Engines 380 HP engine
Generators 2 x generators 50 KW each
Number of Cabins 6 shared air conditioned cabins
Navigation & Communication Systems Satellite navigation system, 36 mile color radar, compass, video depth sounder, GPS, VHF radio and single side band radio
Salon & Dining Area Spacious dining area with 2 large tables and benches
Entertainment TV/Video/DVD/CD, board games and presentations
Single Supplement 100%
Air Compressors 2 × bauer air compressors
NITROX Available aboard from THB800 per day
Equipment Rental Equipment Rental available aboard
Medical Oxygen & First Aid Oxygen system, Medic First Aid Kit aboard
Dive Deck Dive deck with individual dive lockers
Full Equipment Rental ` THB800
Wetsuit THB200
BCD THB250
Regulator THB250
Torch THB100
Computer THB250
Mask THB100
Fins THB100
Please Note The equipment rental prices listed above are per person per day and are payable aboard before your departure

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Koh Surin

Khao Lak, Thailand

The Koh Surin is located in the Andaman Sea and covers an area of approximately 135 square km. From completely submerged pinnacles to fringing reefs, any variation can be found on this dive site. The Surin islands offer the most abundant coral spectrum in all of Thailand and divers can encounter eagle rays, turtles, and larger pelagics are possible here.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 30m

Richelieu Rock

Khao Lak, Thailand

Richelieu Rock is one of the best places in the world to dive with whale sharks and is easily the best site in Thailand diving for this amazing activity. Here divers will encounter the largest fish in the ocean which are rare almost everywhere in the world. With nothing else for miles around, the whale sharks are attracted to the rock to feed on the rich plank tonic blooms that occur here.

  • Min Dives: 20
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Novice Diver - 20 + Dives
  • Max Depth: 40m

Koh Tachai

Khao Lak, Thailand

Koh Tachai is located in Tachai Island and lies about halfway between the Surin and Similan Islands and is rated as one of the best sites for Thailand scuba liveaboards as it's normally visited on the way to Richelieu Rock from the Similans. There are several dive sites around the island but the most famous is Koh Tachai Plateau which lies southeast of the island, about one kilometre offshore. The plateau is a submerged crowned reef of hard sheet corals, and scattered boulders. These boulders provide great swim-throughs and cut-through opportunities.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 35m

Koh Bon

Khao Lak, Thailand

This dive site is one of the best places in Thailand to see manta rays, especially from April to May.
Koh Bon Island lies an hour or so north of the Similan Islands. It has a 33 metre wall on its south side, facing a small cove, with a stepped edge pointing west and down to over 40m.

Here divers will have the opportunity to see leopard sharks, white tip sharks; soft corals the colours of turquoise, yellow and green dominate. If you listen carefully you'll hear the warning clicks of hundreds of nervous damselfish, and the coral crunching of hungry titan triggerfish.

  • Min Dives: 20
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Novice Diver - 20 + Dives
  • Max Depth: 40m

Elephant Rock - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

The site is named after an unusually shaped rock that juts out of the water just southwest of Koh Similan. The huge boulders that form Elephant Head Rock create daring swim-through, arches, caverns, gullies and tunnels. Here divers will have the opportunity to see fronds, colonies of spiders crabs, large black egg cowries, cuttlefish and mantis shrimps as you sink further down to entrance floor.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Novice Diver - 20 + Dives
  • Max Depth: 45m

Deep Six - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

This is another deep dive following a ridge on the north side of the island that features finger table corals, feather stars and large knotted fans in its deeper sections.

Green turtles, white tip reef sharks and leopard sharks can be found on the sand. The marine life that divers will encounter here are tuna, rainbow runners, yellowtail barracuda, blue fin trevally and yellow spot and Java rabbit fish, with lots of blue-spotted sting rays.

  • Min Dives: 50
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Experienced Diver - 50 + Dives
  • Max Depth: 50m

East of Eden - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

The East of Eden is located on the southeast coast of the island; this dive site has the most incredible bommie in the Similan Islands. Just to the south of the main reef and from a depth of 21 metres up to 12 metres, the concentration of marine life is beyond compare in the Similans. The main body is covered in an overwhelming array of blue and purple soft corals, lobophyton soft corals, and red bulb tentacle anemones hosting skunk anemone fish and western clownfish. Small groups of red tail butterfly fish, checkered snapper and yellow boxfish are always present.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 35m

Shark Fin Reef - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

The Shark Fin Reef will offer diver two different sceneries. The northeast which features a sloping reef and the southeast which is a more dramatic drop-off. A series of parallel rocks resembling fallen logs are the setting for this Similan diving site.

To the southeast is a large swim-through that provides an opening to the other side of this dive site. The marine life here is diverse with clown triggerfish, half-moon triggerfish and schools of batfish, palette surgeonfish, blue-faced angelfish and banner fish. It's also a good place to spot passing sharks and larger rays.

  • Min Dives: 20m
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Novice Diver - 20 + Dives
  • Max Depth: 40m

Boulder City - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

Boulder city is a submerged site about one kilometre off the east coast of island number 3 and about 400 m south east of Shark Fin Reef. Due to its exposed location, divers will have the opportunity to see almost anything on this Similan dive including whale sharks and manta rays.

There is very little coral growth here except for green branching cup corals and orange sea fans, but the algae growth here is substantial, meaning a prolific amount of nudibranchs, including the twin magnificent sea slug and Spanish dancers. Leopard sharks are frequently seen as well as white-tip and black-tip reef sharks.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 35m

Koh Racha Yai

Phuket, Thailand

Koh Racha Yai Island (literally "Big King Island") lies 10 km south of Phuket and provides a wealth of dive sites is a beautiful tropical island with plenty of good hard coral reefs, colourful shallow water coral gardens, and a great opportunity for some enjoyable drift diving. There are several excellent dive sites suitable for the beginner and for snorkeling, with depths from 2 - 20m, making these islands a favourite destination for everyone.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 20m

Shark Point

Phuket, Thailand

Shark Point (Hin Musang), a small rock outcropping about 1½ hours East of Phuket, is a famous marine sanctuary due to its tremendous variety of marine life. The dive Shark Point site consists of 3 pinnacles. "Shark Point 1" is the northern-most, the one that breaks the surface. Next comes "Shark Point 2", rising to a depth of 7 meters, and further south lies "Shark Point 3", rising to 10 meters. All three scuba diving Thailand dive Shark Point pinnacles can be explored within the same dive.
Particular attractions you should look out for are the colourful soft corals, gorgonians and sea fans decorating the limestone pinnacle, the great range of tropical fish and the famous leopard sharks, often to be found resting on the sandy bottom. This site and the neighbouring Anemone Reef are also good for macro life.

  • Min Dives: 4
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth:

King Cruiser Wreck

Phuket, Thailand

At 85m in length, King Cruiser is a large wreck as she had previously been a car ferry, and now she is a wonderful artificial reef offering best scuba diving Thailand wreck diving, and with each passing year more and more different varieties of marine life make the King Cruiser wreck their home. The King Cruiser wreck lies on the seabed at 31m, yet the top is just 14m deep, so the King Cruiser wreck caters for all levels of diver.
Lionfish, scorpionfish and porcupinefish are other notable residents. With it's multiple decks, great open passages and depths between 15 and 30 meters (50 to 100 feet) the King Cruiser used to be a fairly easy dive. In the last 2 years however the condition of the wreck has deteriorated and it has collapsed in places. There is now very little shelter from the currents in shallow parts and we recommend this site only for Advanced certified divers.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 30m

Koh Doc Mai

Phuket, Thailand

Koh Doc Mai means Flower Island and the dive site must be named for its underwater beauty because there are no flowers above the water. Koh Dok Mai is a small limestone islet rising vertically out of the sea. The site is mainly a wall dive down to 30 metres, with a hard coral stag horn reef sloping to the west. On the east side of the island are a series of caverns and caves which are great for practising penetration techniques.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 30m

Phi Phi Islands

Phuket, Thailand

This is one of the area's best scuba diving day trips sites for spotting leopard sharks and octopus. This place has it all. Leopard sharks are the norm, swimming along the wall or resting on the seabed with the stingrays down at around 20-25m. Whale sharks and manta rays are occasional visitors at this daytrips site too. On our swim through the rocks and coral we'll see a plethora of tropical marine life typical of Phi Phi Island. Green turtles and octopus are regularly sighted, as are seahorses.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 25m

Racha Noi

Phuket, Thailand

5 km south of Racha Yai Island, and 15 km south of Phuket lies Koh Racha Noi ("Little King Island"). You may see this island also referred to as Raja Noi Island or Raya Noi Island.
This is the furthest scuba dive sites Phuket destination one can comfortably travel in a diving day trip from Phuket. Beyond this is the open Andaman Sea and the scuba diving Thailand feeling at Racha Noi Island is definitely more oceanic. The extra depth and distance from land means the visibility is generally the best out of the scuba dive sites Phuket day trip destinations collection.

  • Min Dives: 4
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth:

Koh Haa islands

Khao Lak, Thailand

Koh Ha is a group of five magical uninhabited islands, unspoiled and usually offering crystal clear waters. One of the highlights is diving the Twin Cathedrals, a large cave system that has formed into two large domes with a passage between them. This island group is a haven for marine life and divers alike! overwhelming beauty with caverns, caves, chimneys, swim throughs, soft coral covered walls, coral heads and sea bed. The marine diversity here will suit all divers with interesting macro such as sea horse and rare nudibrancs and good fish action plus squid, cuttlefish, lobsters, morays and more.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 20m

Anita's Reef

Khao Lak, Thailand

The Thai name for this spectacular rock is “Hin Muan Deaw” and is the best way to describe how beautiful this rock really is, as it directly translates to “Whole roll (of film) rock”, as one can use an entire roll film solely on this rock. Shallow coral gardens comprise huge pore and staghorn corals with small pinnacles. A big outcrop located on the southeast makes this dive site unique and attracts many photographers. Colorful soft corals, gigantic sea fans, and many species of hard corals surround this fantastic rock.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Hin Daeng

Phuket, Thailand

This dive site rivals its neighbor, in fact there really is no separating either site, apart from the landscape differing slightly, both sites teem with life and both make for amazing diving.

On one side there is an almost vertical wall with Gorgonian Sea Fans and soft red corals, as you swim mid water with the bottom sloping off into the deep, keep your eyes peeled for large pelagic fish that cruise these waters very frequently.

Another special feature here is the huge boulders that form swim throughs. There is also a valley that splits from part of the main island; it’s worth exploring this area too. The shallow side is around 15 meters, and then on the other side, it drops down quite deep.

Here you can find Red Tooth Trigger Fish and also Clown Trigger Fish favoring this area too. There is a mooring line which divers use to descend and ascend and usually there to greet them are the resident Bat Fish. These fascinating fish are very curios and seem to come very close to see especially if the diver rubs their fingers together.

Venturing further around the reef, it is quite visible how quickly it drops of into depth of blue; regular depth surveillance is recommended. The large pelagic fish are a common sighting in this particular part and this great spot to observe them, as they swoop in and gobble up any plankton that is in the area.

The whole rock is covered in absolutely stunning red soft corals, hence its name Hin Deang (Red Rock). The area attracts very small glass fish and bait fish, this attracts the more active Jacks and Trevally’s that come here to hunt and to terrorize the smaller fish.

If it’s possible, find a nice quite area, buoyancy permitting, and observe the show. It is fantastic. Better than any wildlife TV program. There is a huge school of Pickhandle Barracuda, also lone-wolf Great Barracuda’s, as they go lurking and quietly follow the diver, curious as to what the bubble blower is doing.

There is a huge variety of Moray Eels down there, including Honeycomb and Zebra morays, which are rarely seen elsewhere. Snake Eels have also been seen scuttling around the bottom. In fact the variety of macro life at Hin Daeng is unique to the area. Several species can only be found here.

The Harlequin box shrimp are not always easy to see, it takes a shrewd diver to realize that any four legged starfish may have been recent victims to these little critters.

  • Min Dives: 10
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 60m

Hin Muang

Phuket, Thailand

The first pinnacle lies approximately 8 meters from the surface and drops down to 70 meters. Many divers have seen their first Manta Ray and or Whale Shark here, as these magnificent creatures are attracted by the deep drop-offs and plankton rich waters.

There is an abundance of soft corals, reds and particularly purples and this is where Hin Muang gets it name: Purple Rock in English, a beautiful site to see. The main feature, being the two large pinnacles you will find yourself diving in a figure of 8 as you admire the wonders around.

Again, this is a large dive site, over 200 meters in length and it’s very deep too, easy to go deeper than you planned for, so monitoring air and depth frequently is recommended.

Hin Muang is a completely submerged ridge, it is connected to Hin Deang, but it would take a foolhardy diver who would attempt this 500 meter swim, at over 70 meters depth, without a fully operational nuclear submarine.

Again, here as on its sister site, there is loads of predatory action here, huge Rainbow Runners hunting beside Giant Trevally. The attacks on the small bait fish can be relentless. Other fish life in the area: Schools of Squid, Large Red Octopus scampering across the reefs, Black Fin Barracuda and Yellow Tail barracuda too.

The amount of macro life here will have the photographer drooling, Pipefish, Blennies, Gobies all hiding among the small cracks and crevices of the rock. Searching around the huge Gorgonian Sea fans will also yield a fantastic wealth of macro life.

The only downside to this site is there is never enough time to see it all, so at least two dives are needed here. As the minimum depth is 8 meters, it is quite a deep site to tackle and the currents can be strong creating excellent drift diving.

  • Min Dives: 10
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 70m

Boonsung Wreck

Khao Lak, Thailand

The Boonsung Wreck is often described as ‘Fish Soup’. The density of marine life here is often better than most dive sites in the Similan Islands. An old tin mining vessel, surrounded by sand for miles in every direction, provides the perfect protection for thousands of juvenile fish. The schools of fish are huge and the variety of Macro life is one of the best in Thailand. This is a real divers dive site and part of a fascinating history of Tin mining in the Phuket and Khao Lak area.

The Boonsung Wreck is located about 5km West of Bangsak beach, to the North of Khao Lak. Visibility is typically not as good as the Similan islands. However, the huge variety of marine life makes it well worth seeing. It is a regular final stop on many Similan Liveaboards, although it is technically not part of the Similan islands. The Boonsung wreck also makes for an excellent and speedy day trip by longtail. The Boonsung Wreck is the best value dive around Khao Lak.

  • Min Dives: 10
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 19m

Honeymoon Bay

Khao Lak, Thailand

Honeymoon Bay leads off from Haad Lek (small beach) on Island Four. This reef is great for snorkelers and we often use it for the first swim of our 5 day cruise. Typically we’ll hitch a ride on our dedicated taxi (the dinghy) from Anita’s Reef and drop into the water just off the beach. As you swim south from the beach the sandy bottom develops into swathes of staghorn coral.

Pore corals fill-in the open patches along with larger rock formations. Visibility is usually very good here, so you have the opportunity of swimming as swallow or as deep as you like. The gentle sloping reef ensures everyone can stay within their comfort limits as they familiarize themselves with the water and their equipment.

A great place to find many of the smaller reef fish varieties, including everyone’s favourite ‘Nemo’ the Clownfish and his cousins. Moray, octopus, crocodile needle fish and the beautiful angelfish are all common here, and there is even a chance of a turtle every now and then. Honeymoon Bay leads off from Haad Lek (small beach) on Island Four. This reef is great for snorkelers and we often use it for the first swim of our 5 day cruise. Typically we’ll hitch a ride on our dedicated taxi (the dinghy) from Anita’s Reef and drop into the water just off the beach. As you swim south from the beach the sandy bottom develops into swathes of staghorn coral.

Pore corals fill-in the open patches along with larger rock formations. Visibility is usually very good here, so you have the opportunity of swimming as swallow or as deep as you like. The gentle sloping reef ensures everyone can stay within their comfort limits as they familiarize themselves with the water and their equipment.

A great place to find many of the smaller reef fish varieties, including everyone’s favourite ‘Nemo’ the Clownfish and his cousins. Moray, octopus, crocodile needle fish and the beautiful angelfish are all common here, and there is even a chance of a turtle every now and then.

  • Min Dives: 10
  • Dive Type:
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 26m
Dates Duration Route Room Type Price
16 Nov 2018
22 Nov 2018
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,300
16 Nov 2018
22 Nov 2018
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,800
16 Nov 2018
22 Nov 2018
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,450
23 Nov 2018
29 Nov 2018
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,450
23 Nov 2018
29 Nov 2018
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,800
23 Nov 2018
29 Nov 2018
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,300
30 Nov 2018
4 Dec 2018
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £980
30 Nov 2018
4 Dec 2018
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,450
30 Nov 2018
4 Dec 2018
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,200
4 Dec 2018
8 Dec 2018
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,200
4 Dec 2018
8 Dec 2018
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £980
4 Dec 2018
8 Dec 2018
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,450
8 Dec 2018
14 Dec 2018
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,450
8 Dec 2018
14 Dec 2018
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,300
8 Dec 2018
14 Dec 2018
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,800
16 Dec 2018
22 Dec 2018
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,800
16 Dec 2018
22 Dec 2018
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,300
16 Dec 2018
22 Dec 2018
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,450
22 Dec 2018
26 Dec 2018
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,450
22 Dec 2018
26 Dec 2018
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £980
22 Dec 2018
26 Dec 2018
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,200
26 Dec 2018
30 Dec 2018
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,200
26 Dec 2018
30 Dec 2018
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £980
26 Dec 2018
30 Dec 2018
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,450
30 Dec 2018
5 Jan 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,450
30 Dec 2018
5 Jan 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,300
30 Dec 2018
5 Jan 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,800
6 Jan 2019
12 Jan 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,800
6 Jan 2019
12 Jan 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,300
6 Jan 2019
12 Jan 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,450
12 Jan 2019
20 Jan 2019
8 Nights Best of Thailand Triple Cabin £1,950
12 Jan 2019
20 Jan 2019
8 Nights Best of Thailand Quad £1,695
12 Jan 2019
20 Jan 2019
8 Nights Best of Thailand Double & Twin Cabins £2,350
21 Jan 2019
27 Jan 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,300
21 Jan 2019
27 Jan 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,800
21 Jan 2019
27 Jan 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,450
28 Jan 2019
3 Feb 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,450
28 Jan 2019
3 Feb 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,300
28 Jan 2019
28 Feb 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,800
3 Feb 2019
7 Feb 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £980
3 Feb 2019
7 Feb 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,200
3 Feb 2019
7 Feb 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,450
8 Feb 2019
12 Feb 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,450
8 Feb 2019
12 Feb 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,200
8 Feb 2019
12 Feb 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £980
12 Feb 2019
18 Feb 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,300
12 Feb 2019
18 Feb 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,800
12 Feb 2019
18 Feb 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,450
19 Feb 2019
25 Feb 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,450
19 Feb 2019
25 Feb 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,800
19 Feb 2019
25 Feb 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,300
25 Feb 2019
1 Mar 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £980
25 Feb 2019
1 Mar 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,200
25 Feb 2019
1 Mar 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,450
2 Mar 2019
6 Mar 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,450
2 Mar 2019
6 Mar 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,200
2 Mar 2019
6 Mar 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £980
6 Mar 2019
12 Mar 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,300
6 Mar 2019
12 Mar 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,800
6 Mar 2019
12 Mar 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,450
13 Mar 2019
19 Mar 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,450
13 Mar 2019
19 Mar 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,800
13 Mar 2019
19 Mar 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,300
19 Mar 2019
23 Mar 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £980
19 Mar 2019
23 Mar 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,200
19 Mar 2019
23 Mar 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,450
24 Mar 2019
28 Mar 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,450
24 Mar 2019
28 Mar 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,200
24 Mar 2019
28 Mar 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £980
28 Mar 2019
3 Apr 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,300
28 Mar 2019
3 Apr 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,800
28 Mar 2019
3 Apr 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,450
4 Apr 2019
10 Apr 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,450
4 Apr 2019
10 Apr 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,800
4 Apr 2019
10 Apr 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,300
10 Apr 2019
14 Apr 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £980
10 Apr 2019
14 Apr 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,200
10 Apr 2019
14 Apr 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,450
15 Apr 2019
19 Apr 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,450
15 Apr 2019
19 Apr 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,200
15 Apr 2019
19 Apr 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £980
19 Apr 2019
25 Apr 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,300
19 Apr 2019
25 Apr 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,800
19 Apr 2019
25 Apr 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,450
26 Apr 2019
2 May 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,450
26 Apr 2019
2 May 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,800
26 Apr 2019
2 May 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,300
2 May 2019
6 May 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £980
2 May 2019
6 May 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,200
2 May 2019
6 May 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,450
6 May 2019
10 May 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,450
6 May 2019
10 May 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,200
6 May 2019
10 May 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £980
10 May 2019
16 May 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,300
10 May 2019
16 May 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,800
10 May 2019
16 May 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,450
24 May 2019
26 May 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
24 May 2019
26 May 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
24 May 2019
26 May 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
31 May 2019
2 Jun 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
31 May 2019
2 Jun 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
31 May 2019
2 Jun 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
7 Jun 2019
9 Jun 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
7 Jun 2019
9 Jun 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
7 Jun 2019
9 Jun 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
14 Jun 2019
16 Jun 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
14 Jun 2019
16 Jun 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
14 Jun 2019
16 Jun 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
21 Jun 2019
23 Jun 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
21 Jun 2019
23 Jun 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
21 Jun 2019
23 Jun 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
28 Jun 2019
30 Jun 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
28 Jun 2019
30 Jun 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
28 Jun 2019
30 Jun 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
5 Jul 2019
7 Jul 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
5 Jul 2019
7 Jul 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
5 Jul 2019
7 Jul 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
12 Jul 2019
14 Jul 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
12 Jul 2019
14 Jul 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
12 Jul 2019
14 Jul 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
19 Jul 2019
21 Jul 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
19 Jul 2019
21 Jul 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
19 Jul 2019
21 Jul 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
26 Jul 2019
28 Jul 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
26 Jul 2019
28 Jul 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
26 Jul 2019
28 Jul 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
2 Aug 2019
4 Aug 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
2 Aug 2019
4 Aug 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
2 Aug 2019
4 Aug 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
9 Aug 2019
11 Aug 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
9 Aug 2019
11 Aug 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
9 Aug 2019
11 Aug 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
16 Aug 2019
18 Aug 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
16 Aug 2019
18 Aug 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
16 Aug 2019
18 Aug 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
23 Aug 2019
25 Aug 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
23 Aug 2019
25 Aug 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
23 Aug 2019
25 Aug 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
30 Aug 2019
1 Sep 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
30 Aug 2019
1 Sep 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
30 Aug 2019
1 Sep 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
27 Sep 2019
29 Sep 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
27 Sep 2019
29 Sep 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
27 Sep 2019
29 Sep 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
4 Oct 2019
6 Oct 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
4 Oct 2019
6 Oct 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
4 Oct 2019
6 Oct 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
11 Oct 2019
13 Oct 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
11 Oct 2019
13 Oct 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
11 Oct 2019
13 Oct 2019
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
15 Oct 2019
21 Oct 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
15 Oct 2019
21 Oct 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
15 Oct 2019
21 Oct 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
22 Oct 2019
26 Oct 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
26 Oct 2019
30 Oct 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
26 Oct 2019
30 Oct 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
26 Oct 2019
30 Oct 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
31 Oct 2019
6 Nov 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
31 Oct 2019
1 Nov 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
31 Oct 2019
6 Nov 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
6 Nov 2019
12 Nov 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
6 Nov 2019
12 Nov 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
6 Nov 2019
12 Nov 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
13 Nov 2019
17 Nov 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
13 Nov 2019
17 Nov 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
13 Nov 2019
17 Nov 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
17 Nov 2019
21 Nov 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
17 Nov 2019
21 Nov 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
17 Nov 2019
21 Nov 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
22 Nov 2019
28 Nov 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
22 Nov 2019
28 Nov 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
22 Nov 2019
28 Nov 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
9 Dec 2019
13 Dec 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
9 Dec 2019
13 Dec 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
9 Dec 2019
13 Dec 2019
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
14 Dec 2019
20 Dec 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
14 Dec 2019
20 Dec 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
14 Dec 2019
20 Dec 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
21 Dec 2019
27 Dec 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
21 Dec 2019
27 Dec 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
21 Dec 2019
27 Dec 2019
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
28 Dec 2019
3 Jan 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
28 Dec 2019
3 Jan 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
28 Dec 2019
3 Jan 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
4 Jan 2020
10 Jan 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
4 Jan 2020
10 Jan 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
4 Jan 2020
10 Jan 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
11 Jan 2020
15 Jan 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
11 Jan 2020
15 Jan 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
11 Jan 2020
15 Jan 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
15 Jan 2020
19 Jan 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
15 Jan 2020
19 Jan 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
15 Jan 2020
19 Jan 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
20 Jan 2020
26 Jan 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
20 Jan 2020
26 Jan 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
20 Jan 2020
26 Jan 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
26 Jan 2020
1 Feb 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
26 Jan 2020
1 Feb 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
26 Jan 2020
1 Feb 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
2 Feb 2020
6 Feb 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
2 Feb 2020
6 Feb 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
2 Feb 2020
6 Feb 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
6 Feb 2020
10 Feb 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
6 Feb 2020
10 Feb 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
6 Feb 2020
10 Feb 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
11 Feb 2020
17 Feb 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
11 Feb 2020
17 Feb 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
11 Feb 2020
17 Feb 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
17 Feb 2020
23 Feb 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
17 Feb 2020
23 Feb 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
17 Feb 2020
23 Feb 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
24 Feb 2020
28 Feb 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
24 Feb 2020
28 Feb 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
24 Feb 2020
28 Feb 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
28 Feb 2020
3 Mar 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
28 Feb 2020
3 Mar 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
28 Feb 2020
3 Mar 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
4 Mar 2020
10 Mar 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
4 Mar 2020
10 Mar 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
4 Mar 2020
10 Mar 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
10 Mar 2020
16 Mar 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
10 Mar 2020
16 Mar 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
10 Mar 2020
16 Mar 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
17 Mar 2020
21 Mar 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
17 Mar 2020
21 Mar 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
17 Mar 2020
21 Mar 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
21 Mar 2020
25 Mar 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
21 Mar 2020
25 Mar 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
21 Mar 2020
25 Mar 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
26 Mar 2020
1 Apr 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
26 Mar 2020
1 Apr 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
26 Mar 2020
1 Apr 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
1 Apr 2020
7 Apr 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
1 Apr 2020
7 Apr 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
1 Apr 2020
7 Apr 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
8 Apr 2020
12 Apr 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
8 Apr 2020
12 Apr 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
8 Apr 2020
12 Apr 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
12 Apr 2020
16 Apr 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
12 Apr 2020
16 Apr 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
12 Apr 2020
16 Apr 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
17 Apr 2020
23 Apr 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
17 Apr 2020
23 Apr 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
17 Apr 2020
23 Apr 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
23 Apr 2020
29 Apr 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
23 Apr 2020
29 Apr 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
23 Apr 2020
29 Apr 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
30 Apr 2020
4 May 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
30 Apr 2020
4 May 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
30 Apr 2020
4 May 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
4 May 2020
8 May 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
4 May 2020
8 May 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
4 May 2020
8 May 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
9 May 2020
15 May 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
9 May 2020
15 May 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
9 May 2020
15 May 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
22 May 2020
24 May 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
22 May 2020
24 May 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
22 May 2020
24 May 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
29 May 2020
31 May 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
29 May 2020
31 May 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
29 May 2020
31 May 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
5 Jun 2020
7 Jun 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
5 Jun 2020
7 Jun 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
5 Jun 2020
7 Jun 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
12 Jun 2020
14 Jun 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
12 Jun 2020
14 Jun 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
12 Jun 2020
14 Jun 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
19 Jun 2020
21 Jun 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
19 Jun 2020
21 Jun 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
19 Jun 2020
21 Jun 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
26 Jun 2020
28 Jun 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
26 Jun 2020
28 Jun 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
26 Jun 2020
28 Jun 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
3 Jul 2020
5 Jul 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
3 Jul 2020
5 Jul 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
3 Jul 2020
5 Jul 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
10 Jul 2020
12 Jul 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
10 Jul 2020
12 Jul 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
10 Jul 2020
12 Jul 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
17 Jul 2020
19 Jul 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
17 Jul 2020
19 Jul 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
17 Jul 2020
19 Jul 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
24 Jul 2020
26 Jul 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
24 Jul 2020
26 Jul 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
24 Jul 2020
26 Jul 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
31 Jul 2020
2 Aug 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
31 Jul 2020
2 Aug 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
31 Jul 2020
2 Aug 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
7 Aug 2020
9 Aug 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
7 Aug 2020
9 Aug 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
7 Aug 2020
9 Aug 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
14 Aug 2020
16 Aug 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
14 Aug 2020
16 Aug 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
14 Aug 2020
16 Aug 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
21 Aug 2020
23 Aug 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
21 Aug 2020
23 Aug 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
21 Aug 2020
23 Aug 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
28 Aug 2020
30 Aug 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
28 Aug 2020
30 Aug 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
28 Aug 2020
30 Aug 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
25 Sep 2020
27 Sep 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
25 Sep 2020
27 Sep 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
25 Sep 2020
27 Sep 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
2 Oct 2020
4 Oct 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
2 Oct 2020
4 Oct 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
2 Oct 2020
4 Oct 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
9 Oct 2020
11 Oct 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Triple Cabin £450
9 Oct 2020
11 Oct 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Double & Twin Cabins £535
9 Oct 2020
11 Oct 2020
2 Nights Phuket/Phi Phi Quad £400
15 Oct 2020
21 Oct 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
15 Oct 2020
21 Oct 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
15 Oct 2020
21 Oct 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
22 Oct 2020
26 Oct 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
22 Oct 2020
26 Oct 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
22 Oct 2020
26 Oct 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
26 Oct 2020
30 Oct 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
26 Oct 2020
30 Oct 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
26 Oct 2020
30 Oct 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
31 Oct 2020
6 Nov 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
31 Oct 2020
6 Nov 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
31 Oct 2020
6 Nov 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
6 Nov 2020
12 Nov 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
6 Nov 2020
12 Nov 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
6 Nov 2020
12 Nov 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
13 Nov 2020
17 Nov 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
13 Nov 2020
17 Nov 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
13 Nov 2020
17 Nov 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
17 Nov 2020
21 Nov 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
17 Nov 2020
21 Nov 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
17 Nov 2020
21 Nov 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
22 Nov 2020
28 Nov 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
22 Nov 2020
28 Nov 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
22 Nov 2020
28 Nov 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
28 Nov 2020
4 Dec 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
28 Nov 2020
4 Dec 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
28 Nov 2020
4 Dec 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
5 Dec 2020
9 Dec 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
5 Dec 2020
9 Dec 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
5 Dec 2020
9 Dec 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
9 Dec 2020
13 Dec 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Triple Cabin £1,260
9 Dec 2020
13 Dec 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,520
9 Dec 2020
13 Dec 2020
4 Nights Similan Islands 4 nights Quad £1,030
14 Dec 2020
20 Dec 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
14 Dec 2020
20 Dec 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
14 Dec 2020
20 Dec 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
21 Dec 2020
27 Dec 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520
21 Dec 2020
27 Dec 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
21 Dec 2020
27 Dec 2020
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
27 Dec 2020
2 Jan 2021
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Double & Twin Cabins £1,900
27 Dec 2020
2 Jan 2021
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Quad £1,360
27 Dec 2020
2 Jan 2021
6 Nights Similan Islands 6 nights Triple Cabin £1,520