Experience the hidden natural beauty of the Myeik Archipelago in a uniquely designed luxury camp that encourages responsible and sustainable care for the environment. Wa Ale Island Resort, located in its private cove, offers an array of luxurious accommodations, including tented and treetop villas and private beach houses, all with breathtaking views of the Andaman Sea. As part of the Lampi Island Marine National Park, Wa Ale Island Resort boasts pristine beaches, majestic rock formations, and abundant wilderness, showcasing some of nature’s raw beauties. This resort seamlessly combines contemporary beach villa luxury with an admirable sustainability profile. Come and indulge in a luxurious and eco-friendly escape at Wa Ale Island Resort.
- Experience the exclusivity of Wa Ale Island Resort
- Learn about the resort’s eco-tourism initiatives
- Explore abundant reefs and caves while snorkeling
- Kayak and paddle board through pristine river and mangrove forests
- Discover the local “Moken” fishing community
Day 01: Yangon – Kawthaung – Wa Ale Island (Dinner)
Embark on a journey to discover the unspoiled beauty of the Mergui Archipelago, a cluster of 800 pristine islands in the Andaman Sea, where beaches and marine life are waiting to be explored. The islands are also home to the Moken community, who lead a sea-based nomadic lifestyle. In the morning, take a flight from Yangon to Kawthaung (Approx: 2 hrs) and upon arrival, transfer to the jetty for a 2-hour scenic speed boat ride to the island. Along the way, marvel at the remote beauty of the Andaman’s islands. Spend the night at the island and soak in the natural wonders that surround you.
Day 02: Wa Ale Island (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)
Start your day with a healthy breakfast at the resort and prepare to capture unforgettable memories. Wa Ale Island Resort is the perfect escape for adventurous travelers who love to explore uncharted aquatic and jungle habitats. During your stay, you can choose from a wide range of relaxing and adventurous activities including:
- Snorkeling and diving in the archipelago’s abundant reefs and caves
- Kayaking and paddleboarding through Wa Ale’s pristine river and mangrove forests
- Trekking Wa Ale’s jungle trails and viewing the unique flora and fauna indigenous to the island
- Exploring the exotic marine life and island hopping in the Lampi Island Marine National Park
- Learning about the local “Moken” fishing community and turtle conservation on Wa Ale and ways to protect this special region
- Relaxing in the quiet comfort of the spa after a day of activities.
Responsible Travel: At Wa Ale Eco Resort, we are committed to giving back to the local community and protecting the natural environment. Our charitable foundation supports local schools and clinics in Salet Galet and May Kyone Galet villages, and we have established a turtle hatchery project to safeguard turtle eggs from poachers. We also have a sustainable mari-culture farm that provides organic fish for our guests and staff, and helps promote sustainable fishing practices. By choosing to stay at Wa Ale, you are supporting responsible and sustainable tourism.
Day 03: Wa Ale Island (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)
Spend the day at your leisure, indulging in various activities like snorkeling, diving, kayaking, or paddleboarding along the breathtaking coast. Venture into the lush jungle trails, then return to unwind on the serene, golden sands and marvel at the stunning sunset. Enjoy a peaceful night’s rest at Wa Ale Eco resort.
Day 04: Wa Ale Island – Kawthaung – Yangon (Breakfast)
After a satisfying breakfast, bid farewell to the beautiful Wa Ale Eco Resort and board a speed boat for the return journey to Kawthaung (approx. 1 hour 40 minutes). From there, you will transfer to the domestic airport for your flight back to Yangon (approx. 2 hours). Upon arrival in Yangon, you can choose to transfer to your hotel or continue your journey from Yangon International Airport. This marks the end of your unforgettable Island escapes discovery through Myanmar.
Note: Please note that if you wish to cross the Myanmar-Thailand border, it is possible to do so from Kawthaung to Ranong (a border city of Thailand). For further information, please get in touch with our team.