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Myanmar Liveaboards

Explore some amazing new dive sites on a Myanmar – Burma Liveaboard Adventure

The best way to discover the Mergui Archipelago region in Myanmar is by dive liveaboard. This area only opened in the late 1990s includes islands within the archipelago and the more well-known Black Rock which lie outside the archipelago.

Very few places can offer such a feeling of adventure, days of diving Myanmar sites with no other divers or Myanmar dive boats to be seen around. Although the Mergui Archipelago is gaining popularity, the large remote area is likely to have you as the only divers on a particular dive. The huge advantage of diving is to avoid the crowds and allow you to Myanmar dive at your own pace and spend time to enjoy the underwater life.

Why not try and exciting new scuba diving destination. Get yourself away from the hustle and bustle to the popular Thailand liveaboard sites and try Burma Burma’s Mergui Archipelago and at the Burma Banks are relatively unexplored and with very few scuba diving liveaboard adventures sailing that for north it is a fantastic alternative to the standard trips in Thailand. This remote destination has over 800 stunning islands in the archipelago each trip feels like you are exploring a brand new world.

Liveaboards to Myanmar are at least 5 – 7 day trips, and the diving is a little more advanced than the Similan Islands. There are not many boats diving in Burma – you may not see another liveaboard for days. The long distances and changing political situation make the trips more difficult to organise than a Similan tour. Thus, boats in Burma are all run by experienced crews who will make your cruise an enjoyable one. Note that the diving in Burma also tends to suit more experienced divers due to the length of trip, currents and remote location.

Looking for a bit of diving adventure? Try Myanmar! For the season 2019/20 there are currently 2 boats that we are offering, which are mostly running trips in Thailand, but there are some Mergui Archipelago trips on each boat.