Join us on Island Safari Trips. We assure you, that you will feel the same sense of adventure the great explorers have felt 200 years ago!


Mergui Archipelago

The Mergui Archipelago with over 800 islands is located in the most southern part of Myanmar. Our Islands Safari start in Kawthaung (formally called Victoria Point) closed to the border town Ranong in Thailand, about 300 km north of Phuket. Once you enter this part of the world that has hardly been explored and immerse yourself...

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MV Sea Gipsy

MV Sea Gipsy is a Burmese-style Junk and was custom designed for the purpose to provide an ideal platform for snorkeling and adventure excursions and romantic overnight trips.The tastefully decorated boat features 5 comfortable open-air gazebo areas.(Which can be transformed into beds with mosquito net for the nighttime)...

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Islands Safari 5 Days/4 Nights

Take a short break from you daily life and dive into a relaxing adventure on a liveaboard cruise. With this short trip you will get a good Impression on the unspoiled secret world of Mergui Archipelago and its native people who have rarely been touched by modern civilization...

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Islands Safari 7 Days/6 Nights

This itinerary is similar to the 4-day trip, but has been modified to include the boat cruise up to Sa Let Ga Let Island, Wa Ale Island. With this trip you will learn a whole lot more about the almost extinct sea-gypsies and maybe get the rare chance to spot some endangered wild life on your treakking & kayak tour with our...

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I arrived on a chaotic pier in the border town of Ranong, Thailand, feeling as if I was about to throw up as I watched three-story fishing boats chug by. I had persuaded my two younger brothers and eight girlfriends to fly across the world and pool a large chunk of money so we could charter a live-aboard boat. The plan was to sail for six days through the Mergui Archipelago, a chain of 800 islands off Myanmar’s coast that’s become the holy grail of sublime, empty beaches...

Read More... "Sailing Among Myanmar’s Islands of Mystery" in New York Times By MIKI MEEK, Published: March 14, 2013

Mokens
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"BURMA'S FORBIDDEN ISLANDS"

by Klaus Reisinger & Frédérique Lengaigne

For centuries, a remarkable group of seafaring nomads known as the Moken has lived quietly in the idyllic Mergui Archipelago off the southern coast of Burma, sleeping on their boats and existing in harmony with the natural world.
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Our Island Safari Trips

Our Islands Safari starts in the bustling harbor of Kawthaung (formally called Victoria Point) in Myanmar closed to the border town Ranong (300 km north of Phuket) in Thailand and heads towards the Mergui Archipelago.

Once we left the lively border trade town, you will enter a part of the world that has hardly been explored and immerse yourself in one of the most remote and culturally interesting off-shore paradises. The vast majority of the 800 islands are still uninhabited and opened up for tourism only since 1997. The islands offer all the splendor and charm of Thailand’s famous beach holiday destinations, but none of the crowds.

Join us on this soft adventure trip and cruise through a labyrinth of islands which only a handful of people have seen. We assure you, that you will feel the same sense of adventure the great explorers have felt 200 years ago. With our live aboard vessels we combine the passion of truly wild adventure with the touch of modern comfort.

New tour programs in the Southern Part of Myanmar

Discover Southern Part of MyanmarWe are happy to introduce the new products in Southern Myanmar, which we organize and operate travel arrangement in Tanintharyi region.

As you aware after decades of isolation the south of Myanmar is now opening up slowly. We can discover many interesting places and beautiful beaches; people with natural smiles and kind hearted, where families members living all together under the same roof; fishing is their best expertise. There is where we are going to get closer to know those people in Tanintharyi! Among many attraction destinations, southern part of Myanmar would be new frontiers and last paradise to explore for those who enthusiastic to see nature and simple local life. Where covers area about 36,000 square kilometers holding uninhabited and un-spoil hundreds of ... Read more...tripadvisor