2019/2020 Discounts On Similan Islands Liveaboard

2019/2020 Discounts On Similan Islands Liveaboard

Great Discounts on Similan Islands Liveaboard ‘The Junk’ for December, January & February 2019/20 Season

Looking for discounts on Similan Islands liveaboards? Then we have a great deal for you. One of the best and certainly unique liveaboards that runs trips around the stunning Similan and Surin Islands National Parks has reduced the price for the months of December, January and February. All remaining places have been reduced in price.

This unique vessel makes an already very special experience even better. Visit iconic dive sites such as Richelieu Rock, Koh Tachai and Elephant Head Rock on a boat like no other in the Similan Islands. Great food, great crew and of course great diving. So check below to see if there’s a discount on Similan Islands liveaboard ‘The Junk’ that fits your travel plans.

December Availability

Similan/Surin Islands 4 Days/4 Nights 14 Dives
09th – 13th December 2019
Triple Cabin was US$ 1,260
Now US$ 882
Quad Cabin was US$ 1,030
Now US$ 721

The Junk January Availability

Similan/Surin Islands
4 Days/4 Nights 14 Dives
11th – 15th January 2020
Double/Twin Cabin was US$ 1,520
Now US$ 1,292
Quad Cabin was 1,260
Now US$ 876
15th – 19th January 2020
Double/Twin Cabin was US$ 1,520
Now US$ 1,292
Triple Cabin was US$ 1,260
Now US$ 1,071
Quad Cabin was 1,260
Now US$ 876

Similan/Surin Islands
6 Days/6 Nights 19 Dives
20th – 26th January 2020
Double/Twin Cabin was US$ 1,900
Now US$ 1,615
Triple Cabin was US$ 1,520
Now US$ 1,292
Quad Cabin was 1,360
Now US$ 1,156
26th January – 01st February 2020
Double/Twin Cabin was US$ 1,900
Now US$ 1,615
Triple Cabin was US$ 1,520
Now US$ 1,292
Quad Cabin was 1,360
Now US$ 1,156

The Junk February Availability

4 Days/4 Nights 14 Dives
02nd – 06th February 2020
Double/Twin Cabin was US$ 1,520
Now US$ 1,292
Triple Cabin was US$ 1,260
Now US$ 1,071
Quad Cabin was 1,260
Now US$ 876
06th – 10th February 2020
Triple Cabin was US$ 1,260
Now US$ 1,071
Quad Cabin was 1,260
Now US$ 876
24th – 28th February 2020
Double/Twin Cabin was US$ 1,520
Now US$ 1,292
Triple Cabin was US$ 1,260
Now US$ 1,071
Quad Cabin was 1,260
Now US$ 876
28th February – 03rd March 2020
Double/Twin Cabin was US$ 1,520
Now US$ 1,292
Triple Cabin was US$ 1,260
Now US$ 1,071
Quad Cabin was 1,260
Now US$ 876

6 Days/6 Nights 19 Dives
11th – 17th February 2020
Double/Twin Cabin was US$ 1,900
Now US$ 1,615
Triple Cabin was US$ 1,520
Now US$ 1,292
Quad Cabin was 1,360
Now US$ 1,156
17th – 23rd February 2020
Double/Twin Cabin was US$ 1,900
Now US$ 1,615
Triple Cabin was US$ 1,520
Now US$ 1,292
Quad Cabin was 1,360
Now US$ 1,156

For everything you need to know about ‘The Junk’ then you can visit our dedicated webpage here – THE JUNK

If you don’t care and are just excited about this wonderful opportunity then send us an email to to make all the necessary arrangements with our Similan Island liveaboard experts.

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