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Myanmar (Burma) Liveaboards - 8 Days / 8 Nights

Departure Day 06:00 – 07.00 pm Pickup guests within Phuket. Boarding MV Nautica and departure from the pier with destination Similan / Thailand. Dinner will be served onboard and a briefing about the following days will be given.
Travel overnight to the fantastic Similan Islands / Thailand.
Day 1 Similan / Koh Bon / Koh Tachai / (Thailand)
Day 2 Richelieu Rock, cruising to the border of Thailand and Myanmar
Day 3 Mergui Archipelago (Myanmar - Burma)
Day 4 Mergui Archipelago (Myanmar - Burma)
Day 5 Mergui Archipelago (Myanmar - Burma)
Day 6 Mergui Archipelago (Myanmar - Burma), cruising to the border Myanmar and Thailand.
Day 7 Richelieu Rock / Koh Bon (Thailand)
Day 8 Koh Tachai, after Lunch departure in Tablamu and minibus transfer back to your hotel in Phuket / Thailand

The route depends on the weather conditions, political Situation in Myanmar and the decisions of Captain and Cruise Director with considering the desires of the guests. The spots are possible, but the order is not guaranteed.

All prices are per diver. Prices and Fee's subject to change without notice.

Dive Sites

Myanmar (Burma) – The Mergui (Myeik) Archipelago


The Mergui Archipelago in Myanmar (Burma) is a goldmine for macro underwater photographers who can enjoy capturing on film tiny critters such as gobies, shrimps, nudibranches etc onboard of our liveaboard vessel MV Nautica.

Extensive coral reefs around the islands are home to an abundance of marine fauna and flora. The symbiosis of an almost endless variety of hard and soft corals, with an even bigger variety of fish and many kind of other marine life, is still in its natural balance and remains mostly undisturbed.

This healthy environment attracts predators such as Barracudas, Sharks as Black and White Tips who regularly come in to feast on the smaller species. The frequent sightings of Wale Sharks, Manta Rays and Dolphins makes our Mergui expeditions even more exciting. Uninhabited islands, white sandy beaches, and the mystical jungle of the Mergui Archipelago are all waiting to be explored – by you!

South Twin Island / Myanmar - Burma


The bay of South Twin Island has three different dive sites with a depth around 16m. Big boulders covered with Staghorn and other types of hard corals provide shelter for a variety of small marine life. Outside the bay you can see schools of barracuda, jacks and tunas.

North Twin Island / Myanmar - Burma


The great plateau of North Twin Island starts at a depth of 20m and is covered with colourful gorgonian sea fans. Occasionally, curious white-tip sharks and barracuda accompany you on your dive in this amazing underwater landscape.

Western Rocky / Myanmar - Burma


A great sightseeing point for divers is the reef at Western Rocky, which starts at 20m and descends down to 40m. Observe the triggerfish playing cat and mouse amongst the bizarre rock formations, which are typical of this area.

Black Rock / Myanmar - Burma


Black Rock is another exciting dive site in Myanmar (Burma), known for some of the bigger pelagics. Here you can find everything. Come and see for yourself!

Northern Rocky / Myanmar - Burma


 Parrotfish and large groupers swimming among schools of colourful coral fish and fan corals can be found at Northern Rocky. This extraordinary reef has a drop off down to 50m and is considered one of the best dive sites in Mergui.

Scuba Dive sites such as Black Rock, Burma Banks, 3 Islets, Cupola Island, Faraway Bank, High Rock, North Twin Island, Shark Cave, South Twin Island, Western Rocky and South Twin are only some of many fantastic dives sites at the Mergui Archipelago in Myanmar (Burma).

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