What will I see?

What will I see snorkeling in Thailand? Here are some photos taken on the Sawan snorkeling liveaboard (aka Reggae Queen) during two trips in mid December. The guides on this 3 day 3 night trip know where all the cool stuff is as these photos of manta rays, dolphins, barracuda, turtles and much more show. This is typical of the feedback that we get:  “Boat was great, food delicious, staff Read More …

Snorkeling and SCUBA day trips

Coral Island scuba

Snorkeling and SCUBA diving combined If you want a day trip that combines diving and snorkeling here are some options: 1. Khao Lak to the Similan Islands. Join the dive and snorkel boat for a 2 dive day trip to Thailand’s best dive destination. The price for certified divers is 4,500 baht plus national park fees and SCUBA gear rental. The price for beginner divers is 5,500 baht plus national park Read More …

Reggae Queen Snorkeling liveaboard Review

Reggae Queen dinner

Reggae Queen review Here is some feedback from a South African couple who enjoyed their trip on the MV Sawan (aka Reggae Queen) snorkeling liveaboard this February. The Sawan runs 3 day 3 night trips that either start in Khao Lak and end in Kuraburi or vise versa. Transfers are included from Khao Lak hotels. But these guys stayed in a tent at the Similan islands prior to the liveaboard and in Read More …

MV Sunshine feedback

MV Malee

Snorkeling liveaboard review Update 2015. Sunshine is no longer in operation. We recommend the Reggae Queen 3 day 3 night or Oktavia 2 day 2 night. Here are two more reviews from snorkelers just back off MV Sunshine liveaboard. it was awesome :D. We were snorkeling with the whale sharks for 1 hour!! There were also Manta rays sticking around but we didn’t see them. Maybe next time ;-)!    We Read More …

Oktavia snorkeling liveaboard photos

Oktavia guests

Oktavia snorkeling liveaboard photos Here are a few photos from the popular Oktavia snorkeling liveaboard. This is probably the friendliest boat in Thailand, everyone comes back raving about the crew. You can either do a 2 day 2 night trip to the Similan Islands, a 3 day 2 night trip to Koh Tachai, Koh Bon and Richelieu Rock or a 5 night trip to all the islands.