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The Islands

The islands we visit include Chebeh, Tulai (Coral) & Labas Isles, all perfect for snorkelling, or Pulau Burong (Bird Isle), & the "3 cups" (so named locally as they resemble inverted teacups on a tray of blue sea) lying South-West of Tioman; tiny deserted islands with powder-white beaches studded with sea shells & coral, shaded by swaying coconut palms, & dominated by massive granite boulders & impressive rock formations.


Both Hawksbill & Green Turtles have been known to nest on Pulau Tioman, & small Blacktip Reef Sharks and a multitude of angelfish, rabbitfish, wrasses, snappers, & parrotfish are the main attractions while snorkelling.

Small pods of bottle-nosed dolphins are often spotted as we cruise from one isle to the next, and can even be seen at the FADs feeding on various types of baitfish. 

The waters around the islands are brimming with 170 recorded species of colourful hard coral, & Manta Rays & Whale Sharks have been sighted in the open waters. 

Pulau Tioman is the largest of 64 volcanic islands in the Seribuat Archipelago.

The islands we visit are located within a marine park just a short boat ride from Tioman, and are uninhabited paradises surrounded by clear aquamarine water, lapped by soft waves & with jungle rising all around.

And to make your island hopping experience even better, we include a picnic basket & complimentary bottle of wine.

We also provide quality snorkel gear & beach mats.

Capt. Mike is a certified PADI diver since 2002 & will give a safety briefing on the designated snorkelling areas, expectations with regards to current flows, & the expected "buddy system" to be adhered to at all times.


Fishing in Tioman
Fishing in Tioman


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