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Discover the islands of the Myeik Archipelago
Destinations > Burma (Myanmar) > Sailing the Myeik Archipelago
One night hotel and five nights cruise accommodation, meals as indicated non-alcoholic beverages on cruise, flight Yangon to Kawthaung, airport transfers and local English-speaking guides.
Fridays, 01 Oct '19 - 30 Apr '20
The undeveloped islands of Myanmar’s southeast coast offer some of the last pristine coastal regions in Asia, with hundreds of jungle-covered tropical islands, fishing villages and white sand beaches.
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Cruising the rarely-visited Myeik Archipelago
Snorkel in pristine waters
Enjoy a bonfire and sunset cocktails on the beach at Nga Namm Island
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This morning transfer to Yangon airport and fly to Kawthaung. The remainder of the day is at your leisure.
Transfer to your cruise through the Myeik Archipelago, a chain of over 800 unspoiled islands. After your welcome aboard, the yacht will set sail towards Barwell Island. (B)(L)(D)
Sail to Tang La Bo Island for amazing snorkelling and a pristine beach. (B)(L)(D)
Sail toward Lampi National Park and Moken village and anchor overnight near the quiet bay of Pulo Bunai Island. (B)(L)(D)
After breakfast, cruise toward Nga Namm Island for snorkelling, kayaking and fishing. This evening enjoy a bonfire and sunset cocktails on the beach. (B)(L)(D)
Sail to 115 Island. Trek on the island followedby lunch on the yacht. Tonight enjoy a Captain’s Farewell dinner around Hasting Bay. (B)(L)(D)
Disembark and transfer to the airport for your onward arrangements. (B)
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