Surin Island Day Trip by Speed Boat
Surin Islands are the area of Marine National Park of Thailand, Thai Government have keep this place of giving birth for the marine life; Billions kind of Fishes, Giant Sea Turtles, Giant fishes, Dolphins, Nemo, flying fishes etc.
Real of underwater world nature, the abandoned places, unseen Richelieu Rock under the water, Fresh and completed Coral Reef, Unseen kind of fishes can be seek here.
The people who is living on this Island is just the Gypsies. Because of the Island is quite far from the main land. However by this very far Island can keep this place very beautiful for us.
We offers boat travel to this abandoned Island-Surin Island, swimming, snorkeling, free for your own leisure. Visit Sea Gypsies Village and enjoy the beautiful marine life.
We very recommended you book this package NOW! if you really want to visit Surin Island.
Because of, the seats on the boat are very limited, and the trip can be serviced just 6 month (November – April only) and the island is very popular.
Surin Island. Lonely beauty, Crystal Glasses water, Clear Water and Easy and funny Snorkeling
Visit the breathtaking bay of Chong Kard, experience crystal water, white sanding beach.
Get off the boat and relax on your own leisure. Nobody likes to leave this Island. “Real Paradise of Sea Lovers”
Explore the Sea Gypsies village. Study to understand their way of life, living on Remote Island, “how they can leave on this Island?”
Ao Tao or Tao Bay, where you can see sea turtles and colorful reefs with beautiful marine life “Good tip: Tao means turtle”
- Hotel Transfer
- English Speaker Guide
- Fresh fruits and Lunch(Halal or Vegetarian food on your request)
- Life jackets, Masks and Snorkeling equipments
- Soft drinks, Water, Coffee and Tea
- Fully covered travel insurance
Remark : Only November – April
What to bring:
- Swimming Suits
- Shorts & light T-shirt
- Beach towel
- Sun block
- Sun cap
- Sun glasses
- Lots of smiles
Notice: Our trip are not recommended for pregnant woman.
Remark: This Program is subject to change according to the weather and sea conditions.