Mergui Archipelago Tours & Cruises
Scattered across the Andaman Sea off Myanmar’s southern coast, the 800 mostly uninhabited islands of the remote Mergui Archipelago were previously a restricted area, only recently opened-up to tourists. Come join the privileged few who have ventured into this extraordinary ‘lost world’ of pristine natural beauty, astounded by crystal-clear turquoise waters teeming with rich marine life and untouched coral reefs and staggering diversity of exotic wildlife and bird species.
The only way to explore this labyrinth of mysterious islands are multi-day Mergui archipelago cruises on a liveaboard vessel. Whilst sailing the Mergui archipelago, you’ll come across hardly any other tourist vessels, but may encounter the indigenous Moken people, or sea gypsies, who have lived a nomadic existence in these bountiful seas for centuries.