You'll cruise hundreds of unexplored islands and dive undisturbed at uncrowded sites, completely opposite to the tourist masses of neighbouring Thailand.
Many trips which visit the Mergui Archipelago take in both the Similan Islands and the south of Burma.
With more than 50 dive sites, Myanmar diving is great value for money.
Currents can be strong and surface conditions can be rough but allows the intermediate-advanced diver to encounter large and small animals.
And a wall on its west and south west sides will have your heart pounding from spectacular passes of whitetips, silvertips, and black-tip sharks.
Western Rocky offers some of the best cavern and wall diving you can imagine.
Some of the sites are quite deep and the region is remote.
Scuba divers are expected to be relatively experienced.
Myanmar is more conservative than nearby countries.
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With a rich and diverse marine ecosystem untouched by tourism, divers aboard a Myanmar liveaboard will feel a great sense of privilege to witness the awesome sights of a region that has largely been unexplored.
Myanmar's capital city is Naypyidaw and its largest city is Yangon (Rangoon).
With its history of previously being closed to foreigners, you can imagine what this alluring country now has to offer! Which means stunning nature and an incredible underwater world.
The remote southern part of Burma is home to some beautiful white-sand beaches: The Mergui Archipelago.