Burger Dive Team
The best way to observe a fish is to become a fish.
– Jacques Cousteau
Due to the current Covid-19 situation, please adhere to all the SOPs in place.
Keep your masks on at all times and keep a safe social distance.
Snorkeling Package Accommodate Paya Inn
min 4 pax
3 Days 2 Night Snorkeling Trip with 3 spots Package
Twin Sharing RM 498/person
Triple Sharing RM 468/person
Quad Sharing (double decker) RM448/person
2 ways ferry tickets
3 snorkeling spot
1 seafood BBQ
Marine Park Tax
Arrival and check in accommodation
Snorkeling skills training
9am depart for 3 spot snorkeling trip
Monkey Bay，Marine Park and Renggis Island
1pm back to kampung paya and lunch
May jungle trekking after lunch
7pm seafood BBQ
Breakfast and ready to check out
Transfer to Mersing Jetty
First choose the snorkeling gear that fits you in size.
Learn snorkeling basics skills, clear mask, clear snorkel, basic hand signals
Correctly wear a life jacket, turn around on the sea, stand finning in the water, etc.
In fact, it was a shore snorkeling while studying.
Things to Bring
Comfortable clothing and shoes
Jacket (for the ferry ride – if you’re easily cold)
A pair of socks (to wear fins)
Umbrella / raincoat (in case of rain)
Water bottle (Water dispensers provided at Dive Centre and Homestay)
Do not litter.
Be safe while taking great photos.
Protect the environment and care for the ocean.
Do not touch the corals and marine life.
We also recommend wearing rash guard instead of sunblock or sunscreen (to reduce coral damage)
Beware of monkeys, do not feed them!
The reef rock by the sea is very slippery and the shell edges are very sharp. Never go barefoot or slippers.
Wear non-slip shoes, bring drinking water, and prepare a backpack to free your hands for jungle trekking.
Always remember, safety first.
Contact Shiuan for more snorkeling details
Our dive instructors are highly experienced professionals who are permanently based in Burger Dive Team. What this means for you is that they have a high level of safety awareness and are very familiar with the local Tioman underwater environment.