Sailing on sy Aventure to Lampi National Park in Myanmar’s Mergui Archipelago

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Individual prices may be subjected to availability due to daily updates to the calendar. If a minimum number of guests is necessary for guaranteed departure and currently the number has not been reached, please, contact us to verify the up to date guest list with the supplier.

Included in the price

- All on-board meals, all non- alcoholic drinks, all activities, fuel, etc.

Not included

- The visitor fee the government of Myanmar asks foreigners to pay, this fee is USD 250 per person.

Extra services

- Are visa fees, airport transfers

Price per Person
2860 1

You can book place or places in yacht cabins or book a whole yacht. Booking whole yacht is only available for cruises with no travelers already on board.

Entire yacht price

For private charters are valid the following rates, ask to the trip organizer for a personalized itinerary and period:
Winter Season (Oct - Apr): Myanmar
EUR 4,500/night
Summer Season (Jun - Sep): Indonesia
EUR 4,500/night

Included
- All on-board meals, all non- alcoholic drinks, all activities, fuel, etc.
Not included
- Visa fees
- Airport transfers
- the visitor fee the government of Myanmar asks foreigners to pay, this fee is USD 250 per person.

Price per Boat
17160
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2860 per Person
or € 17160 entire boat

Your sailing trip

Sailing on sy Aventure to Lampi National Park in Myanmar’s Mergui Archipelago

Explore the Mergui Archipelago in Myanmar’s south sailing on S/Y Aventure to the unique Lampi National Marine Park and Macleod Island.

Visit with us the marine national park of Lampi Island in Myanmar and enjoy a one of a kind sailing adventure!

 

Lampi Island is the biggest one of the entire Archipelago and home to an incredible number of animals, both terrestrial and sea dwelling...with a smattering of every kind of lifeform inbetween! This fantastic biodiversity has determined the declaration of the marine park as an ASEAN Heritage Park. Lampi Island offers many a different habitat, from evergreen forest to swamps, passing through dunes and reef corals rich of every kind of fish you might imagine inhabiting a tropical paradise.

 

The Moken are the only indigenous human inhabitants and they too have adapted to their environment and developed incredible skills useful for a life lived partly underwater.

 

But our sailing holiday also includes a stop in Macleod Island, Za Det Gyi Island, Kyun Phi Lar Island, Bo Cho Island, Kyant Gyo Island and Kawthaung.

Itinerary

Day 1
Kawthaung - Za Det Gyi Island
The ideal is to be at the airport in the morning. While you enjoy your welcome drink on board, the crew takes care of immigration formalities before we set sail towards South Bay on Za Det Gyi Island. For the first night’s dinner, the chef will prepare freshly caught fish .
Day 2
Myin Khwa Island - Macleod Island
In the morning we head to the beach for snorkelling and swimming. We have lunch under passage while we sail to Myin Khwa Island. We explore the beautiful limestone caves, which lead into a hidden lagoon, only accessible by dinghy boat and kayak. In the evening we drop anchor at Macleod Island. On its peaceful beach, we light a bonfire and sip sundowners while counting the stars.
Day 3
Boulder Rock - Jar Lan Kyun
Right after breakfast, we head to Boulder Rock. With its gorgeous white beaches and long reefs, this is the perfect spot to explore the underwater life. After lunch on the beach, the yacht sails to Jar Lan Kyun, where we visit the Moken sea gypsies and the island temple. We spend the afternoon in their village and learn about Moken culture.
Day 4
Kyun Phi Lar Island
We decide it’s time for a relaxed beach day and find our paradise on Kyun Phi Lar Island. The crew spoils us with cocktails.
Day 5
Lampi National Park - Tar Yar Island
In the early morning we set sails for the Lampi National Park. We spend the night in a gorgeous secluded bay and watch monkeys playing at the beach. After a long hinke in the jungle, our yacht sails to Tar Yar Island. At night, the gibbons’ song from the beach lulls us to sleep. We take the tender boats to explore the mangrove forrest.
Day 6
Bo Cho Island
Our destination for the day is Bo Cho Island with the largest village in the region. We have an appointment with a local island ranger who teaches us the region’s wildlife and plants.
Day 7
Kyant Gyo Island
We’re curious to learn diving and the crew gives us a great beginner’s lesson at Kyant Gyo Island. In the evening we have our farewell party at the beach.
Day 8
Kawthaung
One last time we jump into the crystal water for a swim before enjoying a long brunch on deck while our yacht makes her way back to Kawthaung. Arrival is at noon.

Cruise price details

Price per person

€ 2860

Accomodation on selected shared cabin, check out single use and details

Entire yacht price

€ 17160

Book the entire yacht for a private trip

Yacht

SY Aventure

Aventure is an indisputably classy yacht made completely of mahogany and teak.

Commissioned in 2011 by a French family looking for a luxurious yet classic sailing yacht with which to circumnavigate the world in style, Aventure was built with performance and elegance in mind as an indispensable set of characteristics.

 

All fittings and decorative elements are custom-built. Below deck, Aventure is equipped with a 400 hp engine, two generators and the latest gadgets, instruments and facilities you could expect to find on a yacht of her size and style.

 

The teak deck alone will make you swoon!

 

Yacht
Model
2011 Architect/designer Patrick Balta
Length
29 m
Yacht services
Tender size
4 m
Air conditioning
Yes
Snorkeling equipment
Yes
Fishing equipment
Yes
Toys on board
Yes
Accommodations
Places
6
Double Deluxe cabins
2
Master Double Cabin cabins
1
Bathrooms
4
Private Bathrooms
Yes
Crew
4
Chef on board
Yes

Cruise activities and tips

Travel activities

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Explore tropical forests, hiking through valleys and up hills, walk along kilometres of beach with the only foot prints those behind you.

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Travel organizer tips

Flying to Kawthaung
If you are arriving from within Myanmar, you can book online and fly directly to Kawthaung Airport. We’d be more than happy to help you organise transportation and meet you at the airpor
Flying to Ranong 

Another option is to fly to Ranong Airport. There are daily flights from Bangkok by Nok Air. The airport is well served by local taxi drivers but we can also pick you up from Ranong Airport, of course. Once you are in Ranong, you will take a longtail boat across the Pakchan River to Kawthaung on the Myanmar side, which takes about 30 minutes. We will help you with the immigration procedures before boarding the yacht.
Arriving via Phuket
Phuket International Airport is a convenient and well-connected place to fly to. From there, it’s a scenic 3 - 4-hour car ride to Ranong, the Thai border town. Here, too, we are happy to assist you.
Will I need a visa for Myanmar?
Yes. Most travellers will get a visa- on-arrival in Myanmar and we will take care of the procedure when you enter the country while you relax or explore.
Is it safe to travel in Myanmar’s Mergui Archipelago?
Yes, it is! There are no conflicts in our sailing area, nor are there any pirates. There is a mid- level malaria risk in southern Myanmar and you should take precautions by using mosquito-repellent and wearing long sleeves and trousers if onshore at night (which you are unlikely to be much).
Is it ethically OK to travel to Myanmar?
We think so. A few years things ago,things have started to fundamentally change in Myanmar and Aung San Suu Kyi has been released. She and her party now embrace individual and ethical tourism by travellers whose money does not go straight into the pockets of the generals. We are here to support just that.
What else should I bring?
You don’t need much. Bring your bathers, sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, your camera and you’re pretty much set! It's best to also bring mosquito repellent and you may want to consider bringing anti-malaria tablets. Do remember to get a travel insurance before joining our cruise. On board, you won't need shoes but you can bring flip-flops or reef shoes for beach outings if you want. We provide full lodging, including
bedding, towels, all meals, water and soft drinks. We also provide fishing and snorkelling equipment and first-aid, if necessary.
What's the best season to go?
The best time for sailing is between late October and end of April. The rainy season starts in May.
What temperature to expect?
During daytime about 28-32°C. The water temperature will be about 26-29°C.
What kind of food do you serve?
Our chefs specialise in Asian cuisine but also serve Western dishes. Six weeks prior to departure we ask all our guests about their preferences.
Do I need to know how to sail?
No, there is no need to know how to sail, the crew will take care of it. But if you want you can participate in small boat manouvers and learn how to sail on board. Though this is not a learning sailing cruise so it will not be an everyday experience. We want to you to relax and enjoy the experience in full.

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2860

Individual prices may be subjected to availability due to daily updates to the calendar. If a minimum number of guests is necessary for guaranteed departure and currently the number has not been reached, please, contact us to verify the up to date guest list with the supplier.

Included in the price

- All on-board meals, all non- alcoholic drinks, all activities, fuel, etc.

Not included

- The visitor fee the government of Myanmar asks foreigners to pay, this fee is USD 250 per person.

Extra services

- Are visa fees, airport transfers

per Person
17160

You can book place or places in yacht cabins or book a whole yacht. Booking whole yacht is only available for cruises with no travelers already on board.

Entire yacht price

For private charters are valid the following rates, ask to the trip organizer for a personalized itinerary and period:
Winter Season (Oct - Apr): Myanmar
EUR 4,500/night
Summer Season (Jun - Sep): Indonesia
EUR 4,500/night

Included
- All on-board meals, all non- alcoholic drinks, all activities, fuel, etc.
Not included
- Visa fees
- Airport transfers
- the visitor fee the government of Myanmar asks foreigners to pay, this fee is USD 250 per person.

per Boat