The Mergui Archipelago in Myanmar is one of the last great unexplored regions of the world. With over 800 islands, most of which are uninhabited, you can’t help but feel like a modern day Robinson Crusoe as you sail from island to island, exploring untouched beaches and snorkelling pristine coral reef systems.

The only other people you’re likely to encounter are the Moken, or sea-gypsies. The Moken are nomadic people who live at sea most of the year, only coming to land to trade goods and during heavy storms if absolutely necessary.

This video is just a taste of what it’s like to go sailing in Burma.