A completely untouched world of uninhabited islands, unexplored reefs, virgin rain forests and untouched beaches where the only footprints in the sand are those behind you.
- World-class scuba diving in untouched reefs
- Discover a new, uninhabited island everyday
- White sand, emerald jungle and not a soul in sight
Swim and snorkel to your heart's content, switch off from your every-day worries, and immerse yourself in a world of serenity and natural beauty that few people have ever visited.
With all but two of the 900 islands inhabited, Myanmar offers a remote and unexplored destination with hardly any other yacht in view.
In fact, the only other people you are likely to encounter are the friendly Moken Sea Gypsies. Just like the aquatic ancestors have done for centuries, they live their entire lives on the sea and roam the area in small handcrafted boats.
Kickback with a glass of wine after a day of snorkelling or scuba diving. Strictly closed to all foreigners until 1997, Myanmar's gorgeous reefs are in top condition with hardly another soul in sight.
In Burma you’ll find world class diving in unexplored reefs and caves, abundant marine life and natural wonders completely untouched area of the world.
Best time to visit: November to February