After breakfast at the hotel, welcomed by a guide and you will be sent to the Yangon domestic airport for the flight to Kawthaung.
Upon Arrival, welcome in Kawthaung by a hotel representative and then transfer to the Victoria Cliff Hotel.
Lunch and Dinner at Own Arrangement.
Overnight at Victoria Cliff Hotel.
After Breakfast, you will be welcomed by the crew of Burma Boating.
After the welcome aboard your yacht will set sail towards Barwell island and we will spend some time swimming before sunset cocktails and dinner on board.
After the breakfast, sail to Taung La Bo Island for some amazing snorkelling spots and strolling on the pristine beach. Lunch on board and we will set sail toward Pony island. Birdwatching (toucan, hornbill & sea eagles) and ample swimming time before sunset & dinner. Anchor & overnight in one of the bays of Nyaung Wee Island.
We set sail toward Lampi National Park, and according to the tide we either visit the Mangrove or set for an excursion of the Moken village. Overnight anchor near the quiet bay of Pulo Bunai Island where you can sometimes watch bioluminescent plankton at night.
After breakfast, we cruise toward Ngman Island for snorkelling, kayaking & the best fishing spot in the islands. Lunch on board and sail to Kyun Pila. If time permits, a quick swim before Champagne sunset cocktails on the beach. (Option: Scubadiving available at Pila island on request).
Breakfast on board, set sail to 115 islands, trekking in the jungle followed by lunch aboard. Sail and a quick stop to Taung La Bo or Kyun Pya Gui according to the wind and tide. Special Farewell dinner around Hasting Bay.
Last swim & final passage towards Kawthaung. Casual Brunch before departure around noon. Our crew will bring you to the airport if you fly from Kawthaung. Or book your transfers if you are leaving for Thailand.
Another option is to fly to Ranong Airport. There are daily flights from Bangkok’s domestic airport by Nok Air and Air Asia. From Kawthaung, you will take a longtail boat across the Pakchan River to Ranong.