Mergui (Myeik) Archipelago is a hidden paradise of about 800 islands peppered across the Andaman Sea, off the coast of Southern Myanmar. Enjoy its pristine natural beauty, exploring tropical rainforests, private white sand beaches, and dive sites. With a warm and pleasant climate for most of the year, the limestone and granite islands are teeming with diverse flora and fauna, especially rewarding to wildlife enthusiasts. Expect to encounter a diverse range of wildlife including chevrotains, gibbons, pythons, civet cats, crab-eating macaques, frigate birds, emerald doves, and dugongs among other native species. Get a rare chance to meet and observe the lifestyle of the indigenous people of these islands, the Moken people, who are semi-nomadic sea gypsies, known for their freediving and spearfishing skills. A haven for divers and snorkelers, these clear waters showcase beautiful coral gardens and marine life. The Mergui Archipelago strikes a chord with travelers who are looking to visit pristine destinations that are still untouched by commercialization. (Note: Getting to the Archipelago is easy. An overnight stop at Yangon will put you on the flight to Kawathuang which is your gateway to all the beautiful resorts in the region.)

Highlights

  • Beaches & Island Hopping
  • Tropical Rainforest
  • Indigenous Moken Community

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