The main diving sites in Myanmar are in the
region of Myeik archipelago. It is a group of more
than 200 islands in the Andaman Sea off the
Tenasserim coast of extreme southeastern Myanmar
(Burma). The island cluster begins with Mali Kyun (Tavoy
Island) in the north and ends beyond the southern
limits of Myanmar. The group includes Kadan (King),
Thayawthadangyi (Elphinstone), Daung (Ross),
Saganthit (Sellore), Bentinck, Letsok-aw (Domel),
Kanmaw (Kisseraing), Lanbi (Sullivan's), and
Zadetkyi (St. Matthew's) islands. Mountainous and
jungle-covered, the islands of the archipelago are
known for their scenic beauty. The islands' chief
inhabitants are the Selungs, or Salons.
The season of diving in Myanmar begin in October
and end in April.
During the tours we can provided the diving boats
with the skillful crews and fully facilities.