Hua Hin cruise

Pink Dolphin spotting in Sam Roi Yot National Park

Update 2017: We no longer offer this tour which is operated by Siam Pearl Cruises.

Hua Hin cruise

Join this daily Hua Hin cruise aboard the Siam Pearl from Hua Hin to Sam Roi Yot Natural Marine Park. There is a chance to see the pink Irrawaddy dolphins in Dolphin Bay, feed the monkeys at Monkey Island and enjoy the Sam Roi Yod mountain scenery. For many people, this cruise is the highlight of their stay in Hua Hin.

What is the chance to see a dolphin? The average from all previous trips is 40% sightings. so it’s not guaranteed that you’ll see dolphins. Even with out dolphins this is an excellent day out, if you are lucky and see the dolphins it’s extra special.

Itinerary:

08.00-08.30: Hotel pick up and transfer to the marina on the Pranburi river.

09.00-11.00: Cast off and cruise for 20 minutes down river to the sea. On the way we see local fishermen working their boats. We follow the Pak Nam Pran coastline to Skull Hill and enter Dolphin Bay where there is an evens chance of spotting the rare and beautiful Irrawaddy pink dolphin.

11.00-12.00: At Monkey Island we jump in a long tail boat and head to the beach with some bananas to feed the baby monkeys.

Hua Hin cruise

12.00-13.00: A delicious buffet lunch is served on board. Keep a look out for the dolphins! Also enjoy the scenery of Sam Roi Yod (300 mountains).

13.00-14.30: The captain takes the boat to a very fishy area ideal for fishing and swimming. If you are feeling lazy just relax on the sundeck, refreshments are available and the bar is stocked!

14.30-16.00: We cruise back to the marina.

16.00-16.30: Transfer back to your hotel.

 

 

2 thoughts on “Hua Hin cruise”

  1. Hello,
    this tour sounds great. And even though you do not offer it any more, may we ask you to kindly advise:
    What chances of snorkelling are there?
    Where would be good snorkelling opportunities not too far from Bangkok?
    Many thanks,
    Inge

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