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New cruises available in the South Myanmar

  • By The Easia Travel Team
  • October, 23, 2018
Waking up to the sound of the rippling water and taking in some fresh air on the sundeck of a yacht sounds like the best way to both relax and discover Myanmar, doesn’t it? Cruises are, by far, the best way to see and experience southern Myanmar’s most beautiful locales in all the necessary comfort. Travelers who enjoy uncovering hidden gems and kicking back in outstanding boats with great facilities will truly love these aquatic experiences. 

The Mergui Archipelago

The Mergui Archipelago is composed of more than 800 islands that can be explored by boat. It is one of the last unspoiled and preserved paradises on earth that opened to tourists in the late 1990s. On their journey, your clients will have the opportunity to wander on white sand beaches, explore dense jungle, admire an incredible, untouched, underwater world, and meet the Moken people, or the Sea Gypsies.” 
Travelers can also discover this secret paradise by a truly exclusive means of transportation: luxurious, floating hotels. Several routes and boats can be taken by the travelers through the archipelago.

The Andaman Explorer

The Andaman Explorer is a luxury yacht offering three different 5* cruises from 8 to 11 days. Passengers will embark on this contemporary, 3deck and 10cabins ship, outfitted with all the facilities and amenities guests could ask for. They will find aboard an open air lounge and bar, a 24hour hospitality bar, dining Room, laundry, air conditioning, as well as kayaking and snorkeling equipment.
A popular itinerary The Andaman Explorer offers is a comfortable 8-day / 7night cruise through the main islands, showing off the area’s beautiful scenery and encouraging discovery of the local life. After embarking in Kawthaung, also known as the Victoria Point and southernmost part of Myanmar, guests will sail from island to island through the archipelago. They will discover Myeik, an island housing excellent exampes of colonial architecture, the Lampi Marine National Park, a hidden lagoon, limestone caves, and can finally enjoy a sunset cocktail on a desert beach after a long day of exploration and discovery.
The 11day and 10night program features a visit to Port Blair, capital of the Andaman, a journey to an unspoiled island with dense forest areas and possible meetings with local communities. Travelers will have time to enjoy the boat’s facilities, snorkel through coral reefs, and learn more about Karen’s culture.

The Andaman Explorer

The Burma Coastal Voyage

The Burma Coastal Voyage offers an 11-day, 10-night downstream journey, starting from Yangon. During this cruise, travelers will explore Myanmar by several means of transportation, including the Andaman Explorer, car, tender, by foot, kayaking, and swimming. This 5* cruise is a perfect way to explore southern Myanmar’s preserved beaches, old colonial churches, fabulous underwater worlds, and the incredible Lampi Marine National Park. This 5* cruise is especially accommodating for all the different needs of omcustomers.
Burma Boating is a luxurious, Thai teakwood boat that also navigates through the Mergui Archipelago. This private sailing yacht sports 2 Double Cabins and 2 Twin Cabins, air conditioning, ensuite bathrooms, and a personal chef on board. Travelers will love its comfort and luxury, as well as the itinerary that offers experiences with local peoples, snorkeling, canoeing and fishing.

Burma Boating SY META IV

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