We carefully select our snorkel spots and are the only Similan snorkel liveaboard to visit the Surin Islands
A Similan National Park, Surin or Myanmar snorkel safari with a fun, relaxed and experienced snorkel liveaboard company. Exciting Andaman snorkeling liveaboards unlike any other in Khao Lak.
Cruise around beautiful Mergui Archipelago in Myanmar, discover secret snorkel sites in the Surin Islands in Thailand and if you’re lucky catch sight of a Manta at Koh Bon on our Andaman snorkeling safari.
Andaman Snorkel Discovery has been operating snorkeling liveaboards to the Similan Islands National Park since June 2010. We are a friendly, fun and professional company providing an outstanding snorkel liveaboard unlike any other in Khao Lak.
We pride ourselves on offering these unique experiences at the quieter, less visited Similan Islands and are the only snorkel safari operator to visit the Surin Islands, home of the best Thailand snorkeling destinations. We are also the only snorkel liveaboard to offer tours to the Mergui Archipelago in Myanmar.
WHY BOOK OUR SIMILAN & SURIN OR MYANAMR SNORKELING LIVEABOARD:
3-6 snorkeling day trips in one tour, saving you money
Our liveaboard capacity ensures small groups only at the snorkel spots
No over crowded speedboats, take it easy on our spacious slow boat
We visit only the BEST snorkel spots we’ve learnt from experience
Snorkelers only, no divers. Nature lovers welcome too
No stress, no rush, no hurry – take is easy, our trips are very laid back
Includes 3-5 nights accommodation onboard, saving you money on hotel bills
Includes 3-6 days full board and soft drinks, saving you money eating out on land
We take you off the beaten track and stay clear of the crowds
BEST value for money, BEST snorkel experience!
From 2015, Andaman Snorkel Discovery has been running our snorkel liveaboard to the Surin Islands National Park, including Richelieu Rock and to Koh Bon and Koh Tachai in the Similan Islands National Park.
Our aim is to show you the best snorkel spots and the most beautiful islands off the beaten track.
Unfortunately, due to the ever increasing number of visitors to the main nine Similan Islands and the continued deterioration of corals and marine life there, it is becoming more and more difficult to stick to our company’s philosophy taking our guests to this area.
Sharing beaches and snorkel spots with more than 50 speedboats and tens of thousands of other snorkelers does not fit our “off the beaten track” motto.
This type of mass tourism has a huge negative effect on the natural resources of these famous nine islands and is something Andaman Snorkel Discovery does not want to be part of.
Instead our tours can now concentrate more on the less visited areas of the Similan National Park while continuing to operate our eco-friendly, eco-responsible snorkel trips.
Well we really hope so! However if you have never spent a few days on a boat we feel we should let you know exactly what it will be like.
because every little thing is going to be alright!