"Experience remote and exotic destinations from Myanmar to Sri Lanka on this varied journey by Silversea."

Until recently Myanmar has been a rarely visited and isolated country. The vast amount of cultural sites the nation has to offer range from bustling Yangon to the pagodas and temple of Bagan.

Also on this spectacular voyage you will discover delightfully pristine Mergui, an archipelago of impressive biodiversity and remarkable beauty. Explore some of the Andaman Islands, which bear reminders of both Stone Age and colonial times. Visit Yala National Park in Sri Lanka, home to the highest concentration of leopards in the world. Another experience of your journey will be to enjoy the multiple underwater opportunities from the Mergui Archipelago to Kuda Bandos, before you then head over to the Andaman Islands, Sri Lanka and eventually the Maldives.

Itinerary

Day 3 Pu Nala

Day 3 Pu Nala

During the morning of your second day visit Kyunn Tann Shey and Pu Nala, both located in the Lambi Group.

Day 4 At Sea

Day 4 At Sea

A day at sea will permit you to get prepared for the next country: Myanmar.

Day 7 At Sea

Day 7 At Sea

Having spent two days in Myanmar it is now time to head over to India.

Days 10-11 At Sea

Days 10-11 At Sea

Spend back to back days at sea, learning about your surroundings through captivating lectures.

Day 14 At Sea

Day 14 At Sea

Make use of the amenities on board, relax next to the pool or look for seabirds that frequent the area.

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