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Mu Ko Surin National Park, Khuraburi

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  • Cost 2800 baht...approx £65 p.p Great fun trip We were picked up at the hotel by minibus approx 8am, before embarking on a 30 minute journey to the local port via a few hotels to pick other day trippe...  more »
  • Mo Ko Surin national park is definitely one of the best snorkeling place in Thailand. There are many colorful abundant corals and many type of interesting fish. Nemo and Dori can be found everywhere. ...  more »
  • we booked this trip with seastar with Mr moo tours in khao lak up the road from the merlin beach We paid 2600 bht each we were picked up from our hotel a little late but this did not impact on our day...  more »
  • Snorkel and coral is not enough good as my expectation, but everything in this island is cool and natural, nothing artificial. People is the best part. I had stayed for 5 nights and met many cool people. From the beginning I pitched tent had a lot of wind, people around me gave me a hand with a great smile. Many things lacked, specially fruits which is my daughter's favorite though. But it doesn't matter and she had a lot of fun with people in this island. I highly recommend this island to the people who want real relax and happiness with people, not money and not material comfort.
  • Very beautiful and peaceful island, no hotel, no bar, only national park facilities which is really good for a quiet relaxing week, there are campgrounds where you can rent a tent or bring your own. A few cabins for rent of you don't want to sleep in a tent, longtails boat for rent with reasonable price.
  • Unbelievable clear blue water, empty beaches and insane snorkeling. Very simple accommodation and food but the atmosphere and nature is incredible. Take the 150b snorkeling trips via long-tail and be amazed at what you see.
  • The islands itselves are beautiful! Great beaches, great snorkeling (we were lucky enough to see a manta ray among all the other smaller animals) and our guide and all the locals were very nice and friendly. On the down side: it is a big tourist thing and the tourisits money seems to be of way more importance than the environment. We did see chystal clear water and white sand beaches but we also saw plastic bags/ cups/ bottles and all other sorts of garbage in the water as well as in the ocean. Corals were broken and especially during 10am-2pm everything is loud and follows a strict time schedule. If you stay overnight (we did for 2 nights) you also start to get the peace and beauty of the islands without the thousands of tourists.
  • Went for a snorklingtrip over one day with Seestar. It was a real touristtrap. We were standing in the que longer just to get the snorkelinggear than we ended up snorkeling. Remember to ask how much snorkling you will get before you pay.