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Koh Bon overnight

2 days 1 night liveaboard to Koh Bon

South Siam 3In this week’s posts we’ve focused on Koh Bon day trips but really we prefer liveaboards, and this 2 day Koh Bon overnight trip is the shortest “stay on boat” trip that allows you to be on the dive site ready to drop on to a manta ray before the day trippers arrive.

Transfers to the South Siam 3 dive boat are with speedboat from Khao Lak. Land transfers from Phuket or Khao Lak hotels are available.

This 2 days 1 night trip with 7 dives (incl. 1 night dive) at Similan and Koh Bon is better value than the 2 dive day trips and is a great option for divers who don’t have the time for a longer trip. The boat is clean, well run and very friendly.

Accommodation is in twin share or double bed cabins, the boat sleeps 28.

Don’t worry if you are travelling solo, you won’t be the only one and we can pair you in a cabin with another diver, no need to pay a single supplement.

All cabins have air conditioning and 24 hour electricity.

All meals are cooked fresh on board, it’s delicious and plentiful.

Koh Bon overnight

South Siam 3 twin cabin (Koh Bon overnight)Price:
Double bed or twin share cabin
12,900 baht per diver
9,900 baht per non diver

Tues to Wed or Sat to Sun
November to early May.

Liveaboard prices include:
Dive guide, tanks, weights & belt, all meals, drinking water, tea, coffee, soft drinks, return hotel transfers from Phuket main beaches (Patong, Kata, Karon) and central Khao Lak (Nangthong, Bangniang).

Liveaboard prices exclude:
Equipment rental (500 baht per set per day), alcohol, towels, marine park fees (900 baht per diver / 500 baht per non diver), outside area transfers.

Note: You must be advanced certified with dives logged within the last year. The PADI Advanced course can be completed on board for 8,500 baht. Or you can dive with a private divemaster (extra charge of 2,000 baht per day).

Longer trips are also available. More details here along with boat specifications and itinerary.


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