Similan Islands Diving Day Trips from Oktavia Dive Center

[Khao Lak, Thailand, March 24, 2014] – Oktavia Dive Center, one of the leading diving centers in Thailand, covers trips to the stunning Similan Islands aboard their comfortable and spacious M/V Oktavia vessel. Whether guests want to snorkel the clear seas or learn how to dive, the dive center has it all covered. They offer diving day trips to all of the best dive spots in the Similan Islands.

Giving Clients the Chance to Choose the Way They Travel

The leading dive center only works with dive boats equipped with life vests, first-aid kits, emergency oxygen, and other safety equipment, so guests can be surethat they are safe while in an open water. One of the staff will pick up the clients at the hotel onthe day of their dive trip. Oktavia Dive Center works with different companies so their guests can choose how they want to travel. They have the option to go via a speedboat or prefer a gentle cruise and enjoy the scenery.

Handling All Booking and Equipment Needs

Oktavia Dive Center will deal with all their booking and equipment needs. All of the quotations provided by the dive center have no hidden fees. Clients even have the option to pay less by bringing some of the needed equipment.

Before going to the dive site, clients will have a full-on safety briefing. After their dive, they will be treated toa buffet style lunch with an array of Thai and international dishes. Diverscan also relax in the M/V Oktavia’s lounge, get a tan on the sundeck, or exchange dive stories with other guests in one of the communal areas. Oktavia Dive Center will even give them a taxi ride, bringing them back to their hotel safely.

About Oktavia Dive Center

Oktavia Dive Center is a Khao Lak diving center located in the south of Thailand, just one hour away from Phuket International Airport. The center provides tour packages, such as 2, 3, 4, and 5-day live-aboard cruisesto the stunning Similan Islands through its very own M/V Oktavia. It is one of the largest vessels in the areaand is built to accommodate 33 guests and additional crew.

Travelers can book their tour by visiting