7Days / 6Nights    Ranong – Kawthaung – Ranong


Day 1

Met on arrival at Ranong Airport or at the Royal Princess Hotel, Ranong. Minibus or car transfer
to Thai Immigration. Check out at Immigration (Ranong) then cross the Pakchan River (the
border) by longtail boat to Kawthaung. Sightseeing in this interesting border trading town,
formerly known as Victoria Point, before boarding the yacht. Depart from Kawthaung at
approximately 5.30 pm for the islands of the Mergui Archipelago.


Day 2

Western Rocky Islet Three great dives here. Highlights of the dive site being a big cave filled
with fifty or more lobsters and thousands of Glassfish. Good chance to see Manta-rays and
Whale-sharks as well as the resident Grey Reef, Black Tip and White Tip sharks at this open
ocean dive site.


Day 3

Stewart Island, Cavern Island and High Rock Three dives, plus optional night dive. Great macro
life makes these sites a ‘must see’ on any diver’s checklist. Commonly seen are Sea Horses,
Ornate Ghost-Pipe fish, Frog Fish, Stonefish, Turtles, Rays, sea snakes, Cuttlefish and much
more. Guaranteed to give even the most experienced of diver’s a thrill!


Day 4

Early morning travel to South Twin and North Twin Islands – three dives again. A night dive is
available as an additional dive.


Day 5

Black Rock Three dives. This dive site consistently gives some of the best diving to be found
anywhere in the Andaman Sea. A true oceanic dive site, with no other land in site. Big pelagics
are common. Manta-rays, Whale-sharks, plus lots of other different types of sharks and rays can
all be seen here. On top of this, you will see big schools of Jacks and Tuna. If this isn’t enough
the macro life is also first-class but expect to spend your time looking away from the reef at the
bigger stuff out in the blue.


Day 6

Nine Pins Rock and In Through the out Door Considered by virtually all of our guests to be the
best dive of the trip. The highlight of this dive site is the big ‘swim-through’, which is home to
more than ten resident Grey Reef sharks. The majority of the dive is spent being buzzed by these
magnificent creatures. Inside the cave also lives a family of Nurse sharks, one of which is about
four meters long. A very healthy coral reef, inhabited by a profusion of fish life is another bonus.
Sea Horses are very common here. At the end of the afternoon we sail back to Kawthaung.


Day 7

Disembark Kawthaung at 8.00 am for return journey to Ranong Airport, The Royal Princess
Hotel or, Transfer to Phuket.
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