Imagine a holiday where you eat, sleep and scuba dive – That’s liveaboard diving
If you would love a relaxing in the tropical sun and you love to scuba dive then why not have the best of both worlds and go on a scuba diving liveaboard adventure.
A liveaboard scuba diving holiday would have to be one of the best and most relaxing holidays you can have. With all you catering worries taken care for you and no itiniaries to worry about all there is for you to do is eat, sleep and scuba dive. With a wide range to boats to choose from which will suit all budgets and needs.
There are liveaboards are cruising the famous Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai and Richelieu Rock, with some heading further north to the Surin Islands and Burma and a few heading down to the southern Andaman Sea to places like Koh Haa, Hin Daeng and Hin Muang. Or combine a Southern trip with your Similan liveaboard for a six day trip.
Late December and January are the busiest times. So if you want to join a Liveaboard during those months, book at least six months in advance.
Most of the liveaboard boats publish a schedule of trips many months in advance. Contact us as early as possible to get your places booked on the boat of your choice, because the good boats will get booked up fast.
Ask us about early bird offers if you’re booking at least 3 months in advance.
If you want to experience the best diving in Thailand or Burma, you’re in the right place.
Thailand Liveabords - Similan Islands
The astounding Similan Islands are known for their abundant undersea life, beautiful surroundings, frequent sightings of whale sharks and manta rays as well as sightings of unusual fish. The dive sites offer great walls, swim-throughs, amazing rock formations and lots of soft and hard corals. Many divers think of the Similan Islands as one of the best dive sites in the world.
Please note, Similan Island, Surin Islands and Burma Liveaboards only operate between mid October and mid May only. The Similan and Surin Islands are closed for diving outside this period. That is because the Westerly winds during that time of year make the conditions there rough. This is when the winds are changing, when we can get the biggest storms and the most rain. The weather settles down in November, and will remain mostly calm and dry all the way through to April.
The Similan Islands are protected by Thai government and are a marine sanctuary park for protection of corals and fish. All visitors to the Similan Islands and Richelieu National Parks must pay a park fee, and divers pay a little extra.
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