Myanmar (Burma) Yacht Charter
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Comprehensive guide for yachting vacations in Myanmar (Burma) - Find out when to go, what to see, photos, itineraries, climate & events.
Charter a luxury crewed yacht in Myanmar (Burma), an absolutely stunning and undiscovered charter destination. Sail the Mergui Archipelago in the Andaman Sea and delight in this un-touched land. Hundreds of islands dense with tropical plant life leading down to the coastlines of rock outcroppings, mangroves, and beautiful beaches.
The off-shore coral reefs offer incredible diving and snorkelling. With so few visitors, you will have the peace and nature to yourselves. Gaze in awe during the whale sharks and manta rays migration through these islands allowing you a glimpse into another world.
An incredibly unique holiday that will open you to the natural wonders and diverse marine life of this very special place. Myanmar is a world of raw beauty beckoning to you to come visit.
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See & Do
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What are the best times to travel to Myanmar (Burma)?
The best time to visit Burma runs from mid-December to mid-February the weather is dry and sunny, and the risk of cyclones should have ceased. It's hot in Yangon and along the southern coast, while it can get cool at night or even cold in inland areas. By the second half of February, and even more in March and April, it's definitely hot, but along the coast, you can enjoy the breeze and you can still swim and sunbathe, since the weather stays good.
If you want to travel in the rainy season, for example in July and August, you will prefer the central plains (see Mandalay, Myngyan, Magway) because they are more sheltered from the monsoon. In contrast, in summer, the coasts are definitely inadvisable because they receive heavy rains.
What to pack on your Yachting Vacations in Myanmar (Burma)?
In summer, bring lightweight clothing of natural fibers, a light raincoat or umbrella, and comfortable shoes. You can add a light sweater for the evening at low-mountain altitudes; in the Himalayas, bring warm clothes, a raincoat, and hiking boots. Before entering pagodas, it is customary to take off shoes, dress neatly and cover a little. It's better for women to avoid shorts and miniskirts.