Phang Nga Bay: It is characterized by beautiful limestone cliffs and rock formations, as well as mangrove forests and small and charming islands. Among the islands are Koh Tapu, known as James Bond Island, where The Man With The Golden Gun was part-filmed, and the interesting Sea Gipsy Village are within an easy reach. Phanak and Hong Islands are known for caves and lagoons.
It is a perfect destination for charter if you are looking for a quiet place to relax and avoid people.
Krabi: With its craggy, sheer limestone cliffs, dense mangrove forests and many offshore islands, Hong Island in Krabi is well known for snorkeling along the beach and relaxing and quiet area in a lagoon. At low tide, there will be an amazing long white sand bank connect 3 islands (Chicken island, Tub Island and Mor Island) together. You can easily walk and enjoy snorkeling. At Poda island is also a beautiful spot for snorkeling with crystal clear water.
Phi Phi: Crystal clear water with color mixed of blue and green in the ocean are becoming well known islands for snorkeling. The islands came to worldwide prominence when Maya bay was used as a location for the film The Beach. Monkey beach is the beach that you can see monkeys closely and it also a good spot for snorkeling.
Khai and Rang Islands: Khai Island has beautiful white beach with crystal clear water. Plenty of colorful fish, swimming around in the shallow water, it is a great spot for children. Rang island is well known as a local pearl farm with white sandy beach and blue water to swim and relax.
These two islands are not far from Phuket (about 30 minutes cruise), if you are chartering with children and looking for an island for snorkeling. Koh Khai is a good destination, there are lots of colorful fishes and crystal clear water to swim.
Racha: located in the South of Phuket, famous for crystal clear blue water and white sandy beaches. There are plenty of colorful fishes to enjoy snorkeling.
Similan: Nine uninhabited tropical islands in the Andaman Sea offer you first class snorkeling and diving in one of the world most beautiful regions. Famous for their white sand beaches, fringed by extensive coral reefs in crystal clear blue water with a rich variety of fish life. The Similan islands are covered by tropical rainforest with large granite boulders creating unusual rock formations. The islands are officially open to the public from 15th October until 15th May but dates may vary each year depends on the weather.
If you love diving, here is a perfect destination for diving in Thailand.
Rok Islands: There are two islands – Rok Nai and Rok Nok located next to each other. The islands are famous for diving and snorkeling, crystal clear blue and green water with coral reefs and white sand beaches to relax.