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Book Now 2021 – 2022 Similan Island Liveaboard Season

Book Now 2021 – 2022 Similan Island Liveaboard Season

2021 – 2022 Similan Island Season

Book now for the 2021-2022 Similan Island Liveaboard Season as it is fast approaching. It is the perfect time to plan and book now your dive trip for 2021/2022.

As many scuba divers know the Similan Islands are currently closed and should be re-opening around the 15th October. Due to COVID travel restrictions soem liveaboard operatiors will not start until December.

It is now the ideal time to look into the available trips for the upcoming season. Some of the liveaboard boats offering some very good “early bird” discounts for bookings made prior to the end of August.

Hawksbill Sea Turtle photographed at Three Tree's in the Similan Islands Thailand

Hawksbill Sea Turtle photographed at Three Tree’s in the Similan Islands Thailand

The 2020/21 Similan Islands Season

Last season the Similan Islands offered up some fantastic diving. With some of the largest numbers of both Whale Sharks & manta ray seen over the season. Several trips in 2019 & early 2020 had sightings of both Mantas & Whalesharks. Some trips even had multiple sightings on different dive sites.

The best fish life is always found at the dive sites in the North of Similans like Richelieu Rock, Koh Tachai & Koh Bon. To reach these better dive sites you should look at doing the 4d/4n or 5d/5n trips, as most of the longer trips will include Similan Islands + the norhtern islands.

Similan Islands is not just about the “big favourites’ though. The season also had a lot of other amazing critters, including turtles, sharks, larger pelagic’s and heaps of awesome macro life. The weather god’s did not disappoint this season. With most trips sailing in nice calm waters and reports of “gin” clear water having 40m visibility or more.

Best Scuba Diving Liveaboard Prices Phuket Thailand

Best Scuba Diving Liveaboard Prices Phuket Thailand

Book a Similan Islands Liveaboard Now

Book your 2021/2022 Similan Island Liveaboard Now

The Similan Islands are becoming more & more popular. The Thai authorities have put visitor number restrictions in place over the last few years. It is now the perfect time to plan and book your 2021 & 2022 Similans trip. Don’t miss out on these fantastic dive sites.

During the peak season (December/January) in the Similan Islands, some of the liveaboards can be fully sold out two or three months in advance.

There is also some fantastic “Early bird” discount to be had on boats. Like MV Pawara & Sawasdee Fasai offering 10% discount for bookings made and paid for prior to the 31st August.

As an agent for over 10 different vessels, ranging from budget through to premium trips. Aussie Divers Phuket can help you find a boat that suits your needs and requirements. For further details get in contact with us Aussies divers staff or browse the full fleet of boats with he link below.

Similan Islands Liveaboard Phuket Scuba Diving Richelieu Rock Best Thailand Island 5

Similan Islands Liveaboard Phuket Scuba Diving Richelieu Rock Best Thailand Island 5

Book a Similan Islands Liveaboard Now

By Darren Gaspari

Proud owner and active PADI Gold Course Director of Aussie Divers Phuket, a professional and awarded PADI 5 Star Instructor Development Scuba Diving Centre. Member of the PADI Advisory Board for the eLearning modules 2019 and 2020.

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