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Le Mahe Liveaboard Similan Island, Phuket Thailand  
AdvanceOpenWater Course
2 Days Discovering the wonder of Phi Phi Islands. Diving or Snokeling & Enjoy the Islands.

The Andaman Sea with AROWANA
MV AROWANA speed sboat organizes day trips from Phuket throughout the year. Phukets choice sites are 1-2 hours cruising and all are inclusive of a light breakfast and lunch. The price is 1,000 EURO for charter.
Shark Point / King Cruiser 2 DIVES
Shark Point / Anemone Reef 2 DIVES
Shark Point / King Cruiser /
Anemone Reef
Phi Phi Island 2 or 3 DIVES
Racha Yai Island 2 or 3 DIVES
Racha Noi Island 2 or 3 DIVES
Hin Deang / Hin Muang /
Magic Moutain
*** Over night cruise or Charter
only available
Similan Island
*** Over night cruise or Charter
only available
  SIMILAN ISLANDS: This marine National Park, a group of nine islands is by far the most beautiful dive site in Thailand, and one of best areas for diving in the entire world. The Similans also have the richest variety and abundance of reef fish in Thai waters. Manta rays and whale sharks also visit this area where the visibility is exceptional. The granite islands covered with rain forest and surrounded by white sand beaches make it a wonderful place for relaxing and barbecuing.
  KOH BON: Located about 20 km north of Similan Islands, Kho Bon features one of the few vertical walls in Thailand. Although the soft corals are not as high profile as they are in the Similans, the colors of the corals are radically different and includes shades of turquoise, yellow and blue , besides the more common pinks and purples. Leopard sharks are common on the ridge and on the sandy flats below the wall. Kho Bon is also one of the better places to see manta rays, especially towards the end of the season (April and May) when there is more plankton in the water.
  KOH TACHAI: Twenty five kilometers north of Kho Bon, Kho Tachai is notable for both its profusion of marine life and its interesting underwater topography.
Manta rays, whale sharks, leopard sharks and also hawksbill turtles can often be seen there. Large schools of barracudas are among the many varieties of fish on this site. The rocky substrate is covered with fan corals, fire corals, soft free coral, dendrophyllia tree corals, as well as other hard corals and barrel sponges.
  SURIN NATIONAL PARK & RICHELIEU ROCK: Surin National Park, the last Thai island just few miles away from Burmese border is inhabited but for a few Chao Le (sea gipsy). According to marine biologists these islands have the best developed coral reefs in Thai waters. The main attraction for divers remains Richelieu Rock. This massive granite rock is awash at low tide and drops almost vertically to 30 meters. One of the best places in the world for swimming with the whale shark , the rock offers lush soft corals, large schools of pelagic fishes as well as countless small organisms clinging to the rock. Octopuses and cuttlefishes are abundant. Lastly the leopard shark can be seen resting quietly on the bottom.
  HIN DAENG: Located in the middle of the ocean this area is known as one of the best dive site in the world. Hin Daeng, an underwater limestone pinnacle rises few meters above the surface and drops off down to 60 meters. No other spot has a wall like in the Andaman Sea. The pinnacle is covered with colorful soft coral with huge beds of anemones. Schools of barracudas, big jacks, trevallies and also sailfishes abound; while whale sharks, silvertip, big sting rays and mantas can often be seen. You can encounter about anything that might decide to show up.
  HIN MUANG & THE MAGIC MOUNTAIN: Hin Muang is about the same but bigger with more pelagic visitors. The main attraction remains The Magic Mountain. Discovered by our Instructor who has ten years experience in the Andaman Sea, its position remains somewhat of a secret. The spot is like Hin Muang but nearly unspoiled and seldom dived.
  SHARK POINT Home to an incredible profusion of marine life, this large reef structure is covered with soft corals and anemones. The place was named for the leopard sharks often seen resting quietly on the sandy bottom.
  KING CRUISER WRECK: This 85m ferry wreck makes a good multi-level dive, as portions come within 12m of the surface. Surrounding the wreck you can encounter large schools of big mouths mackerels, yellow tail or giant barracudas, lion fish, big eyes, emperors, and many more varieties.
  ANEMONE REEF: This rocky pinnacle is a small-scale, completely submerged version of its neighbour, Shark Point. The living carpet of sea anemones creates an almost surrealistic impression as they wave back and forth in the surge. Leopard sharks are also common to this site.
  PHI PHI ISLANDS: Heart of the Had Nopparat Marine National Park, Phi Phi Islands are surrounded by colorful reefs, wild bays and fresh water caves. The area is well known for their harmless leopard and reef sharks who are common around Bida Islands. It is also a good place to see micro-species such as harlequin shrimps, ghost pipes fishes and sea horses.
  RACHA YAI ISLAND: The main dive site on this island consists of sloping hard coral reefs. The shallower sections also features leaf corals. Many feather stars, lionfish, puffers and a few parrotfish and wrasse are present. The site southern end has the bonus of octopus, titan triggerfish and moray eels.
  RACHA NOI ISLAND: The southern tip of the island is a great dive for advanced divers. Fine soft corals highlight the smooth-sided boulders. Crinoids and feather stars are well represented. There are plentiful, reasonably sized fish, including parrotfish, wrasse and triggerfish. Schools of barracudas and large visiting pelagics are often seen on this dive.
Please note: All times in this itinerary are estimates only. Times and dive sites can change, depending on weather conditions and special requests or circumstances.

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