This area is totally untouched by modern development. The Archipelago has an abundance marine of life: grey reef and silvertip sharks are almost guaranteed hammerheads and bullsharks by no means exceptional; stingrays the size of barn doors, manta rays, devil rays and also whale sharks. Additionally, the reefs condition is excellent as well with beautiful soft corals, gorgonians and plenty of reef fish.
Depart from Kawthoung (Victoria Point), the port of official entry. Sailing to Nyaung Wee, morning spent relaxing and snorkelling. Afternoon sailing north to Pulau Bada island, beautiful spot for beach exploration and swimming.
Two dives in the morning and another one in the afternoon. In between you can go on the beach at Kyunn Py Lar, the more spectacular beach and the sand finer than all the archipelago. Anyone interested in a night dive can do so here too.
Sailing to Lampi islands snorkelling and diving
Exploring Lampi island Afternoon sail north along the western coast of Lampi to visit the Moken village (gipsy).
In the morning, going back still more to north for 15 miles, departure for Wa Ale Kyunn, one strait hidden from the forest. This is a perfect anchorage and will offer you nature pure, as you will see sea eagles, wild pigs and crab eating monkeys. The shelter a lot known from the pirates during the passed centuries! Night anchorage
In the morning we stay for 2-3 dives and set sail in the afternoon for Kan Maw Kyunn, the island is 22 miles more to north, there is an other extraordinary traditional village: it is constructed on stilt houses
Early start for our sail to Saganthit Kyunn, one of Burmas most famous dive sites. We stay here for two dives and continue afterwards for Pang Daung Kyunn Island for another dive in the afternoon. Our night anchorage and you have the choice of another night dive.
In the morning sailing to Thayawthadangy Kyunn snorkelling and diving
Sailing to Malngi Kyunn and Kadan Kyunn
Arrival to Mergui.