The Similan islands information and dive maps

Nestled 90 km northwest of Phuket and 68 km from Khao Lak, the Similan Islands archipelago is a haven for divers seeking unparalleled underwater beauty. Comprising nine islands, along with Koh Bon and Koh Tachai, the Similan Islands are part of the Similan Islands National Park, covering approximately 140 sq km. With two national park offices on Islands #4 and #8, these pristine islands remain uninhabited, except for the diverse wildlife that graces the region.

Breathtaking Ecosystem

The Similan Islands boast green rainforests inhabited by monitor lizards and bats, creating a rich tapestry of flora and fauna. Rare Nicobar Pigeons add to the avian diversity, making these islands a paradise for nature enthusiasts. While the eastern side showcases powdery sandy beaches and sheltered bays, the western coasts, battered by monsoon waves, feature rocky terrains.

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Similan islands dive sites

Dive site information and dive map about Anita's reef at the Similan islands
Dive site information and dive map about Beacon Bay at the Similan islands
Dive site information and dive map about Boulder City at the Similan islands
Dive site information and dive map about Breakfast Bend at the Similan islands
Information and dive map of the Similan islands dive site Christmas Point
 Information and dive map of the Similan islands dive site Deep Six
Information and dive map of the Similan islands dive site Elephant head rock
Information and dive map of the Similan islands dive site Honeymoon Bay
Information and dive map of the Similan islands dive site Rocky Point
 Information and dive map of the Similan islands dive site Shark fin reef
Information and dive map of the Similan islands dive site Turtle rock
Information and dive map of the Similan islands dive site West of Eden