Liveaboard Diving in Burma

MacLeod Bay

Dive Site MacLeod Bay
Site Layout:
Gently sloping sheltered hard coral and boulder reef
Diving depth:
11m to 30m+
Generally gentle but can run at full moon
Around 20m
Very sheltered, normally flat
Site access:

In the south bay of McLeod Island, location of the Myanmar Andaman Resort, lies this sheltered night dive. With both soft corals and hard corals along a rocky limestone promontory, there is plenty to see on this site that is only ever seen by divers on MV Philkade in the hours of darkness. On the sand, keep your eyes open for feeding Tube Anemones and Upside-down Jellyfish. While on the rocky areas you can see Banded Sea Kraits, feeding Lion Fish, and sometimes even a Hawksbill Turtle.

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