Liveaboard Diving in Burma

North Twin Reef

Dive Site North Twin
Site Layout:
Sloping hard coral reef with interspersed boulders
Diving depth:
5m to 22m
Generally gentle
Up to 25m
Very flat and sheltered with barely any current
Site access:

Usually done after dark, the dive crew has rated this site as their favourite for night dives in the area. With tank like Sponge Crabs, Giant Red Reef Crabs, Spiny Lobsters, Marble Shrimp, and both Spearing and Peacock Mantis Shrimps, crustaceans are very well represented here. Also seen here are numerous Nudibranchs, including the elusive (especially in the Andaman Sea) Spanish Dancer. There is also the chance of Kuhl's Rays, White Tip Reef Shark, and maybe even a Ribbon Eel. All this on a gently sloping, pristine Acropora Coral Reef is a perfect way to end a days diving in Burma.

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