The Similan Island in the Andaman Sea, forms an area of great natural beauty and were declared a Marine National Park in 1982. Consisting of nine, densely wooded islands fringed with rocky outcrops washed by a clear blue tropical ocean and blessed with fine talcum powder-like beaches, the Similan Islands provide the most beautiful and diverse dive.
Explore the huge granite boulders, caverns, swim-troughs and 5000 years old coral reefs which produce a fascinating underwater landscape which attracts a huge variety of marine life, from tiny creatures to great Manta Rays and whale sharks. Water clarity is excellent and the scenery varies with each island.
Ranked as one of the top 10 dive sites in the world by the National Geographic Society, every trip to the Similans provides a new diving experience.