info@islandsafarimergui.com
+95 1 380 382

Our Story

This Island Safari Mergui tour programs are operated by Moby Dick Tours, one of Myanmar’s most experienced, locally based tour operators.

Moby Dick Tours was established in Yangon, Myanmar’s former capital in 2002 as an “up-country” tour operator. During the same year, a second office was opened in the southernmost Myanmar-Thailand border town of Kawthaung.

We are a registered foreign joint venture company licensed by The Ministry of Hotels and Tourism under license number KHA 0910.

Why Moby Dick?

  • Reliable and genuine and flexible programs to meet your needs
  • Quick and accurate response
  • Personalized service
  • Tailor-made tours

As part of the Moby Dick Tours Company, also based in Myanmar, we have a ton of local knowledge to offer to ensure our tours are among the best. No matter which destination or tour package you are interested in, we will ensure that our service will exceed anything you thought possible. We will always strive to provide you with the best quality service and experiences to make your trip exciting, enjoyable and memorable. We look forward of being of service to you!

Where Are We?

Yangon Head Office:
No. 89 – 91, Room No. 2, Ground Floor
32nd Street (between Maha Bandoola Road and Merchant Road), Pabedan Township
Yangon 11141, Myanmar
Phone/Fax: (+95 1) 380382
 
Kawthaung Branch Office:
N 19-1, Bogyoke Road, 4 Mile, Shwe Pyi Soe Ward
Kawthaung Township
Tanintharyi Region, Myanmar.
Phone: (+95 9) 509 1672, 4930 7800

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