Around 11:00am Pick up in your hotel in Khao Lak.
Assembling of the equipment and the completion of the formalities. After that transfer by minibus to Ranong.
Check-in at the ship and departure from Ranong about 4:00pm. Crossing to Kawthaung in Burma (Myanmar) for the immigration formalities. Then we go toward Mergui Archipelago, while dinner is served on board.
Dive Day One
The first dive sites of our safari are High Rock and Rocky I.: Rays and Cobias encountered frequently here, besides many macro creatures are native at the coral gardens. Pipefish, frogfish and seahorses are here discoverable and various types of slugs.
Two more dives in the afternoon will take place on one of the best diving spots in the archipelago: the Shark Cave. This dive site is known for its sharks, rest during the day in the cave before they go to hunt in the evening. Around the rocks one has also a very good chance to spot manta rays, eagle rays, gray sharks and - with luck - a whale shark. But even small creatures such as seahorses, frogfish and ghost pipe fish that live in the beautiful coral, can be detected with a good eye here.
Dive Day Two
On the second dive day of our adventure safari we drive to the most famous dive site in the archipelago: the Black Rock. Far away from the coast in the open sea the rock is located and he’s a unique attraction for rays and sharks that can be encountered in very good visibility. In the coral gardens around the rock are countless macro creatures located. Ghost pipefish and frogfish we see here regularly.
A dive site which you will not forget, only because of its secluded location. This makes diving here a special experience.
Dive Day Three
On our third dive we drive to the Twin Islands. 3 dives at North Twin and 1 dive at South Twin are planned here. These dive sites are located west of the archipelago alone in the open sea and provide with its remote especially good visibility and the best chance for big fish. Giant Gorgonian adorn these dive sites, which are also a cynosure for rays and sharks.
Dive Day Four
On the fourth diving day our safari we drive to the dive site The Arch, Boulder Rock and McLeod Iceland. The underwater world here offers spectacular, beautiful and colorful soft corals with an abundance of macro organisms such as ghost pipefish, nudibranchs, schools of perch and the ability to spot a whale shark at Boulder Rock. McLeod Iceland in the evening is a great place for a night dive or just to chill out only at one of its beautiful beaches.
Dive Day Five
The fifth day of diving offers stunning places as Sea Fan Forest Pinnacle, which, as the name suggests, is covered with huge Gorgonian throughout the rock. Through its secluded location in the open sea here has also a good chance to see big fish like sharks and rays. As well as octopus, harlequin shrimp and cuttlefish are located here.
After 2 dives here we go in the afternoon to Western Rocky, one of the most spectacular dive sites in the southern part of the archipelago. The highlight here is the huge cave in 20 meters depth, which runs through the entire rock and is easy to dive for beginners, as the exit can be seen from any point of the cave. To the rocks around is sifted with a little luck guitar sharks, nurse sharks, gray sharks, cuttlefish, frogfish, seahorses and lots of Lobster, mainly inside the cave.
Dive Day Six
On the last day of our safari we drive to the dive sites Shark Point and Secret Lagoon. The dive sites here have beautiful, colorful coral with small hidden coves. Black tip sharks, schools of tuna and snapper, stingrays and turtles are resident here.
After our last dive in the morning we start the drive back to Kawthaung.
On arrival at this bustling trading town on the border to Thailand, we have some time to visit the local market. After the departure formalities are completed by the Burmese authorities, we start our drive to Ranong in Thailand, where we will arrive in the evening around 6:00pm.