Genesis

Ideal for a short trip around the Andaman Sea.

Depart Khao Lak for 3 days of diving fun at a choice of sites around the Similan and Surin national parks. Experience the best diving Thailand has to offer. You can join 3 day trips to make a 6 day trip.

MY Genesis I is a 25 metre boat offering alternating 3 day and 2 night itineraries to the Northern and Similan Islands departing from Khao Lak. Welcoming just 12 guests per charter you will have ample space for your dive gear and receive a more personal service from the dive masters and crew members. Many famous sites will be visited on both trips giving you plenty to look forward to. The friendly crew and dive masters will lead you through the trip whilst helping with any questions or queries you may have regarding the boat or the itinerary.

MY Genesis I comfortably accommodates guests in 5 twin cabins and 2 single cabins, all are air conditioned, have plenty of storage and a panoramic sea view window providing fantastic views at sunset and sunrise, 2 western style toilets and fresh water showers are provided for all 12 guests aboard. The food aboard is a variety of Western and local Thai cuisine cooked freshly everyday suiting the needs of most customers. Dietary requirements can be catered for when advanced notice is given.

The dining area is furnished with tables and chairs providing ample space for divers and is where food is served every day. The MY Genesis has 2 sundecks allowing guests to relax on the upper or lower sundeck; the upper sundeck is un-shaded and perfect for sun worshippers with the lower sundeck being shaded and the perfect place to enjoy the sea breeze. The spacious dive deck has individual gear lockers, hot showers, rinse tanks, central compressor station and an electrical recharge station allowing for equipment to be ready for every dive. As all dives are done from the mother boat there is a dive platform at sea level ensuring a comfortable entry into the water for all guests.

Please note the similan National Park fee will be THB1,100 per person. The Northern National Park fee will be THB1,600 per person and the Transfers from Phuket will be THB950 per person per way.

Double Cabin with A/C

5 double cabins each with independent air-conditioning and panoramic sea views

  • Independent air-conditioning
  • Panoramic sea views
  • Double Bed

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Route Options

MY Genesis I offers a 3 day and 2 night itinerary on the North-Tour departing from Tap Lamu to many famous sites in the northern regions of Thailand.

The North tour takes you to the beautiful Islands of Koh Bon and Koh Tachai that are a part of the Surin National Marine Park. Due to their isolated location these islands offer excellent opportunities to see mantas and whale sharks.

Sample Itinerary

Day 1: Depart 9:30 am from Tab Lamu, two dives at Koh Tachai and one night dive.
Day 2: 3 dives at Richelieu Rock and one night dive.
Day 3: 3 dives at Koh Bon, depart 4pm arrive Tab Lamu at 6:00 pm

Top Dive Sites

Koh Tachai: Is a series of submerged pinnacles and boulders that form excellent swim-throughs for divers to explore. A variety of sea fans, feather stars and anemones make this a stunning diving area and perfect for underwater photography. You will see huge napoleon wrasse, yellow tail barracudas, schools of banner fish and fusiliers and many more at this site.

Koh Bon: Is an amazing dive spot famous for its sightings of whale sharks, manta rays and reef sharks. Many sightings of schooling fish, octopus and cuttlefish are a definite with myriad of corals, anemones and sea sponges making this an exceptional diving site.

Richelieu Rock: Is one of Thailand’s best dive sites and best location for spotting whale sharks. The submerged rock is surrounded by underwater pinnacles covered in a variety of corals and giant sea fans. You will also see seahorses, moray eels, shovel nose rays, lion fish and banner fish here with the opportunity to see tuna, barracudas and trevallies.

MY Genesis I offers a 3 day and 2 night itinerary around the Similan Islands departing from Tap Lamu to many famous sites in the southern regions of Thailand.

The Similan Islands are a group of 9 islands located north west of Phuket and are famous for being one of the top diving destinations in the world. The diving here is amazing and consists of thriving reefs, lush corals, giant sea fans and a variety of marine life from large pelagic to whale sharks. These islands are characterised by gigantic boulders creating awesome underwater scenery for photographers and swim-throughs for divers to explore.

Sample Itinerary

Day 1: Depart 9:30 am from Tab Lamu, two dives at island #9 and one night dive.
Day 2: One dive at Elephant Head, one dive at island #7, one dive at island #5 and one night dive.
Day 3: One dive at Boulder City, two dives at Shark Fin Reef, arrive Tab Lamu at 6:00 p.m.

Top Dive Sites

Elephant Rock: Looks like an elephant head from the surface however below the surface there are many impressive tunnels and swim-throughs for divers. You will find many small white tip reef sharks and colorful fish at this site.

Boulder City: Is a favorite site in the Similan Islands due to its exposed location and the possibility to see anything from whale sharks and manta rays to leopard sharks and Spanish dancers

Shark Fin Reef: Is beautiful coral and sponge garden attracting many reef sharks and napoleon wrasse to this site.

Vessel Details

Guest Numbers 12
Length & Beam 25 metres long and a 6 metre beam
Speed 8 to 10 knots
Engines 2 x 360hp engines
Generators 2 x 35kw and 1 x 25kw
Number of Cabins 7 twin cabins and 2 single cabins all with air conditioning
Navigation & Communication Systems 30 mile radar, 2 compass’s, depth sounder with alarm, auto pilot with magnetic gyro compass, satellite weather service, GPS, chart plotter, 3 VHF radios, single side band radio, iridium satellite phone and a computer with email access
Salon & Dining Area Large dining area with tables and chairs
Entertainment Snorkeling, marine life identification presentations, games and TV/Video/DVD/CD
Single Supplement 100% on Non Diver rate
Air Compressors 3 x bauer air compressors
NITROX NITROX free of charge for qualified divers
Equipment Rental Equipment rental available aboard - see price list below
Medical Oxygen & First Aid 8 D.A.N. oxygen system and Medic First Aid Kit available aboard
Dive Deck Spacious dive deck with individual gear lockers, hot showers, rinse tanks, compressor station, recharge station and a sea level dive platform
BCD THB350
Regulator THB350
Dive Computer THB400
Wetsuit THB300
Mask, Fins and Snorkel THB300
Night Light THB300
Please Note All equipment rental prices listed above are per person per day and is payable aboard before your departure

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Reviews from our Clients, Journalists, Photo Pro's and our own Experts

Our reviews and blogs are an additional guide to evaluate of the holiday is exactley what you are looking for or not. Some love an Eco-Resort, some love air-con and a flat screen TV, we aim to ensure you get what you are looking for, at great value for money.

Thailand Multi-Centre Holiday

I have recently returned from a two week trip to Thailand with my friend Liz Shaw, and I wanted to let you know that we had the best time. The flights, hotel, transfers were all superb and Thailand was amazing. Sea Bees were excellent, very professional and the trip to the Similans on Genesis was excellent. We really enjoyed the diving, particularly as we saw Leopard Sharks for the first time. Thanks so much for putting together the itinerary for us – it was perfect.

Joyce L

Richelieu Rock

Khao Lak, Thailand

Richelieu Rock is one of the best places in the world to dive with whale sharks and is easily the best site in Thailand diving for this amazing activity. Here divers will encounter the largest fish in the ocean which are rare almost everywhere in the world. With nothing else for miles around, the whale sharks are attracted to the rock to feed on the rich plank tonic blooms that occur here.

  • Min Dives: 20
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Novice Diver - 20 + Dives
  • Max Depth: 40m

Koh Tachai

Khao Lak, Thailand

Koh Tachai is located in Tachai Island and lies about halfway between the Surin and Similan Islands and is rated as one of the best sites for Thailand scuba liveaboards as it's normally visited on the way to Richelieu Rock from the Similans. There are several dive sites around the island but the most famous is Koh Tachai Plateau which lies southeast of the island, about one kilometre offshore. The plateau is a submerged crowned reef of hard sheet corals, and scattered boulders. These boulders provide great swim-throughs and cut-through opportunities.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 35m

Koh Bon

Khao Lak, Thailand

This dive site is one of the best places in Thailand to see manta rays, especially from April to May.
Koh Bon Island lies an hour or so north of the Similan Islands. It has a 33 metre wall on its south side, facing a small cove, with a stepped edge pointing west and down to over 40m.

Here divers will have the opportunity to see leopard sharks, white tip sharks; soft corals the colours of turquoise, yellow and green dominate. If you listen carefully you'll hear the warning clicks of hundreds of nervous damselfish, and the coral crunching of hungry titan triggerfish.

  • Min Dives: 20
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Novice Diver - 20 + Dives
  • Max Depth: 40m

Christmas Point -Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

This is one of the most colourful, scenic and often exciting dive sites in the Similan Islands. The dive begins at Christmas Point by heading down a mooring to a sand-rubble bottom at a depth of about 20 metres, then heading deeper to the southwest where divers will find several giant arches and some of the best swim through in the Similans. The rock walls are highlighted by radiant soft corals and the sea fans can be very large here. Here divers will have the opportunity to see ribbon eels and fire gobies, and check the sand plains beyond the arches for white tip or leopard sharks.

  • Min Dives: 20
  • Dive Type: Drift Dive
  • Diver Level: Novice Diver - 20 + Dives
  • Max Depth: 40m

North Point - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

The North Point is situated off its north coast of the Similians and has large granite boulder pinnacles. These boulders are lying on 35 metres and rise to ten metres, forming swim-through and gullies between the rocks. In the shallows closer to Similan Island 9, between eight and fourteen metres, there are enormous flat plains of cauliflower leaf corals and stubbly finger corals, green turtles and black and white banded sea snakes.

  • Min Dives: 20
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Novice Diver - 20 + Dives
  • Max Depth: 40m

Snapper Alley - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

The Snapper Alley is a great place for a night dive on a liveaboard cruise. This dive site is the south bay of this most northerly Similan Island.

Snapper Alley's shallows hold some great examples of large, healthy and hard table corals and sheet corals. The cracks are home to painted spiny lobsters, whilst the under ledges provide sleeping accommodation for ember parrotfish. Here divers will have the opportunity to see cuttlefish, dwarf lionfish and fire fish

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 20m

Turtle Rock - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

This dive site has impressive series of submerged boulders and swim through in typical Similan fashion. Surrounded by coral and marine life this is one of the better places to spot turtles. Here divers will have the opportunity to see big pelagics and eagle rays. To the northeast of the Turtle Rock there is an impressive 3 metre wide canyon to swim through.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 30m

Fantasy Reef - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

The Fantasy Reef is a great spot to enjoy the grandeur of underwater boulder formations that cover a huge area. This dive site is located on the west coast, the friendliest fish in the Similan Islands hang out here, including clown triggerfish, normally a difficult fish to approach, and cow tail rays in the sand.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 30m

Beacon Reef- Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

Beacon Reef is located just to the south of Beacon Beach and features a steep drop-off with a striking diversity of hard corals from 35metres almost to the surface. This site has the greatest variety of healthy hard corals in the Similan Islands, exceeding 300 species. There are countless nudibranchs, scorpion fish and devil firefish, one of the most beautiful fish in the sea.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 35m

Elephant Rock - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

The site is named after an unusually shaped rock that juts out of the water just southwest of Koh Similan. The huge boulders that form Elephant Head Rock create daring swim-through, arches, caverns, gullies and tunnels. Here divers will have the opportunity to see fronds, colonies of spiders crabs, large black egg cowries, cuttlefish and mantis shrimps as you sink further down to entrance floor.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Novice Diver - 20 + Dives
  • Max Depth: 45m

Deep Six - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

This is another deep dive following a ridge on the north side of the island that features finger table corals, feather stars and large knotted fans in its deeper sections.

Green turtles, white tip reef sharks and leopard sharks can be found on the sand. The marine life that divers will encounter here are tuna, rainbow runners, yellowtail barracuda, blue fin trevally and yellow spot and Java rabbit fish, with lots of blue-spotted sting rays.

  • Min Dives: 50
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Experienced Diver - 50 + Dives
  • Max Depth: 50m

East of Eden - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

The East of Eden is located on the southeast coast of the island; this dive site has the most incredible bommie in the Similan Islands. Just to the south of the main reef and from a depth of 21 metres up to 12 metres, the concentration of marine life is beyond compare in the Similans. The main body is covered in an overwhelming array of blue and purple soft corals, lobophyton soft corals, and red bulb tentacle anemones hosting skunk anemone fish and western clownfish. Small groups of red tail butterfly fish, checkered snapper and yellow boxfish are always present.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 35m

Bird Rock - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

The Bird Rock is also known as Chinese Wall. This site is one of the better places to spot giant moray eels hiding in the rock crevaces. Coral gardens can be found in 12 metres of water to the west of the wall and further on are a series of boulders, overhangs and swim through.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 30m

Shark Fin Reef - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

The Shark Fin Reef will offer diver two different sceneries. The northeast which features a sloping reef and the southeast which is a more dramatic drop-off. A series of parallel rocks resembling fallen logs are the setting for this Similan diving site.

To the southeast is a large swim-through that provides an opening to the other side of this dive site. The marine life here is diverse with clown triggerfish, half-moon triggerfish and schools of batfish, palette surgeonfish, blue-faced angelfish and banner fish. It's also a good place to spot passing sharks and larger rays.

  • Min Dives: 20m
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Novice Diver - 20 + Dives
  • Max Depth: 40m

Boulder City - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

Boulder city is a submerged site about one kilometre off the east coast of island number 3 and about 400 m south east of Shark Fin Reef. Due to its exposed location, divers will have the opportunity to see almost anything on this Similan dive including whale sharks and manta rays.

There is very little coral growth here except for green branching cup corals and orange sea fans, but the algae growth here is substantial, meaning a prolific amount of nudibranchs, including the twin magnificent sea slug and Spanish dancers. Leopard sharks are frequently seen as well as white-tip and black-tip reef sharks.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 35m

Coral Gardens - Similans

Khao Lak, Thailand

The Coral Gardens offer divers a gentle sloping of hard coral plateau in a sheltered bay ideal for the first dive at the Similans or for inexperienced divers. Abundant hard corals include staghorn, plate and brain varieties teeming with smaller reef fish such as anthias, fusiliers, damsels and gobys.

  • Min Dives: 9
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Advanced Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 25m

Anita's Reef

Khao Lak, Thailand

The Thai name for this spectacular rock is “Hin Muan Deaw” and is the best way to describe how beautiful this rock really is, as it directly translates to “Whole roll (of film) rock”, as one can use an entire roll film solely on this rock. Shallow coral gardens comprise huge pore and staghorn corals with small pinnacles. A big outcrop located on the southeast makes this dive site unique and attracts many photographers. Colorful soft corals, gigantic sea fans, and many species of hard corals surround this fantastic rock.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

West of Eden

Khao Lak, Thailand

West of Eden basically comprises giant granite boulders that create nice canyons, with walls covered with colorful soft corals and giant sea fans. Some areas are characterized by rubble and sand slopes. The shallows are home to many reef fishes, and have stacked granite boulders covered with hard corals, soft corals, gorgonians and feather stars. This area is a nice place to look for macro subjects like nudibranchs and frogfish. Keep an eye out for cleaner pipefish and many banded pipefish in small crevices, as well as long-nose hawkfish perched in black coral bushes. The rubble and sand slope are good place to search for ribbon eels, dragonets and red fire gobies. Back at the reef, moray eels are quite common, as well as turtles and schools of angelfish. Occasionally, whitetip reef sharks cruise by.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Tachi Reef - Leopard Shark Reef

Khao Lak, Thailand

Tachai Reef stretches through the eastern side of the island, going from the northeast to the southwest. Hard corals cover the entire area, most of which are staghorn corals, pore corals, brain corals, and fire corals. Divers regularly see leopard sharks lying at the outer sandy area and sometimes in shallow areas. Large stingrays are found on occasion too. General reef fish include pufferfish, lionfish, parrotfish, and moray eels. At night, several species of crabs and shrimp come out to hunt. It is possible to see twin-spotted lionfish, a rare species of lionfish that tends to be shy and hide in crevices. Cuttlefish, nudibranchs and flatworm are also common.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Tachi Pinnacle – Twin Peaks

Khao Lak, Thailand

Tachai Pinnacle or Twin Peaks are a pair of submerged pinnacles located 500 m south of Koh Tachai. The southern pinnacle is bigger and is a dome shape surrounded by large boulders. To the west you will find large boulders, some of which have formed swim throughs. In the east, you will find stacks of small rock, most of which are cover by hard corals and sea whips. Colorful soft corals and sea fans dominate the northern area. The top of the pinnacle is a wide flat plain with bush and mountain coral. The smaller pinnacle comprises of a wide range of rock clusters and is home to large sea fans and corals, which are similar to the ones found in the southern pinnacle.
Manta rays visit this area for feeding and circling around the pinnacles. Some divers have encountered whale sharks as well. On the outer sand bed, divers can usually see leopard sharks, sometime three to four of them in the same dive. In addition, it is possible to find Jenkin’s rays, as well as whitetip sharks and blacktip reef sharks here as well. Swarm of chevron barracuda, bluefin trevally, batfish, snappers, and fusiliers are common here.

  • Min Dives: 6
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 18

Boonsung Wreck

Khao Lak, Thailand

The Boonsung Wreck is often described as ‘Fish Soup’. The density of marine life here is often better than most dive sites in the Similan Islands. An old tin mining vessel, surrounded by sand for miles in every direction, provides the perfect protection for thousands of juvenile fish. The schools of fish are huge and the variety of Macro life is one of the best in Thailand. This is a real divers dive site and part of a fascinating history of Tin mining in the Phuket and Khao Lak area.

The Boonsung Wreck is located about 5km West of Bangsak beach, to the North of Khao Lak. Visibility is typically not as good as the Similan islands. However, the huge variety of marine life makes it well worth seeing. It is a regular final stop on many Similan Liveaboards, although it is technically not part of the Similan islands. The Boonsung wreck also makes for an excellent and speedy day trip by longtail. The Boonsung Wreck is the best value dive around Khao Lak.

  • Min Dives: 10
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 19m

Tor13

Khao Lak, Thailand

Tor13 is an artificial reef made up of several concreted blocks and sunken wrecks that have attracted plenty of marine life.

  • Min Dives: 10
  • Dive Type: Boat Dive
  • Diver Level: Open Water Diver
  • Max Depth: 20m
Dates Duration Route Room Type Price
17 Dec 2018
19 Dec 2018
2 Nights Similan Islands Double Cabin with A/C 378
17 Dec 2018
19 Dec 2018
2 Nights Similan Islands Single Cabin with A/C 460
21 Dec 2018
23 Dec 2018
2 Nights North-Tour Double Cabin with A/C 398
21 Dec 2018
23 Dec 2018
2 Nights North-Tour Single Cabin with A/C 480
24 Dec 2018
26 Dec 2018
2 Nights Similan Islands Double Cabin with A/C 378
24 Dec 2018
26 Dec 2018
2 Nights Similan Islands Single Cabin with A/C 460
27 Dec 2018
29 Dec 2018
2 Nights North-Tour Double Cabin with A/C 398
27 Dec 2018
29 Dec 2018
2 Nights North-Tour Single Cabin with A/C 480
31 Dec 2018
2 Jan 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Double Cabin with A/C 378
31 Dec 2018
2 Jan 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Single Cabin with A/C 460
3 Jan 2019
5 Jan 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Double Cabin with A/C 398
3 Jan 2019
5 Jan 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Single Cabin with A/C 480
6 Jan 2019
8 Jan 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Double Cabin with A/C 378
6 Jan 2019
8 Jan 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Single Cabin with A/C 460
10 Jan 2019
12 Jan 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Double Cabin with A/C 398
10 Jan 2019
12 Jan 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Single Cabin with A/C 480
13 Jan 2019
15 Jan 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Double Cabin with A/C 378
13 Jan 2019
15 Jan 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Single Cabin with A/C 460
16 Jan 2019
18 Jan 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Double Cabin with A/C 398
16 Jan 2019
18 Jan 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Single Cabin with A/C 480
20 Jan 2019
22 Jan 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Double Cabin with A/C 378
20 Jan 2019
22 Jan 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Single Cabin with A/C 460
23 Jan 2019
25 Jan 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Double Cabin with A/C 398
23 Jan 2019
25 Jan 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Single Cabin with A/C 480
26 Jan 2019
28 Jan 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Double Cabin with A/C 378
26 Jan 2019
28 Jan 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Single Cabin with A/C 460
30 Jan 2019
1 Feb 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Double Cabin with A/C 398
30 Jan 2019
1 Feb 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Single Cabin with A/C 480
2 Feb 2019
4 Feb 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Double Cabin with A/C 378
2 Feb 2019
4 Feb 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Single Cabin with A/C 460
5 Feb 2019
7 Feb 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Double Cabin with A/C 398
5 Feb 2019
7 Feb 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Single Cabin with A/C 480
9 Feb 2019
11 Feb 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Double Cabin with A/C 378
9 Feb 2019
11 Feb 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Single Cabin with A/C 460
12 Feb 2019
14 Feb 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Double Cabin with A/C 398
12 Feb 2019
14 Feb 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Single Cabin with A/C 480
15 Feb 2019
17 Feb 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Double Cabin with A/C 378
15 Feb 2019
17 Feb 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Single Cabin with A/C 460
19 Feb 2019
21 Feb 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Double Cabin with A/C 398
19 Feb 2019
21 Feb 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Single Cabin with A/C 480
22 Feb 2019
24 Feb 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Double Cabin with A/C 378
22 Feb 2019
24 Feb 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Single Cabin with A/C 460
25 Feb 2019
27 Feb 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Double Cabin with A/C 398
25 Feb 2019
27 Feb 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Single Cabin with A/C 480
1 Mar 2019
3 Mar 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Double Cabin with A/C 378
1 Mar 2019
3 Mar 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Single Cabin with A/C 460
4 Mar 2019
6 Mar 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Double Cabin with A/C 398
4 Mar 2019
6 Mar 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Single Cabin with A/C 480
7 Mar 2019
9 Mar 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Double Cabin with A/C 378
7 Mar 2019
9 Mar 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Single Cabin with A/C 460
11 Mar 2019
13 Mar 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Double Cabin with A/C 398
11 Mar 2019
13 Mar 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Single Cabin with A/C 480
14 Mar 2019
16 Mar 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Double Cabin with A/C 378
14 Mar 2019
16 Mar 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Single Cabin with A/C 460
17 Mar 2019
19 Mar 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Double Cabin with A/C 398
17 Mar 2019
19 Mar 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Single Cabin with A/C 480
21 Mar 2019
23 Mar 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Double Cabin with A/C 378
21 Mar 2019
23 Mar 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Single Cabin with A/C 460
24 Mar 2019
26 Mar 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Double Cabin with A/C 398
24 Mar 2019
26 Mar 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Single Cabin with A/C 480
27 Mar 2019
29 Mar 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Double Cabin with A/C 378
27 Mar 2019
29 Mar 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Single Cabin with A/C 460
31 Mar 2019
2 Apr 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Double Cabin with A/C 398
31 Mar 2019
2 Apr 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Single Cabin with A/C 480
3 Apr 2019
5 Apr 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Double Cabin with A/C 378
3 Apr 2019
5 Apr 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Single Cabin with A/C 460
6 Apr 2019
8 Apr 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Double Cabin with A/C 398
6 Apr 2019
8 Apr 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Single Cabin with A/C 480
10 Apr 2019
12 Apr 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Double Cabin with A/C 378
10 Apr 2019
12 Apr 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Single Cabin with A/C 460
13 Apr 2019
15 Apr 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Double Cabin with A/C 398
13 Apr 2019
15 Apr 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Single Cabin with A/C 480
16 Apr 2019
18 Apr 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Double Cabin with A/C 378
16 Apr 2019
18 Apr 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Single Cabin with A/C 460
20 Apr 2019
22 Apr 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Double Cabin with A/C 398
20 Apr 2019
22 Apr 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Single Cabin with A/C 480
23 Apr 2019
25 Apr 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Double Cabin with A/C 378
23 Apr 2019
25 Apr 2019
2 Nights Similan Islands Single Cabin with A/C 460
26 Apr 2019
28 Apr 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Double Cabin with A/C 398
26 Apr 2019
28 Apr 2019
2 Nights North-Tour Single Cabin with A/C 480