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Indonesia in Southeast Asia has 17,000 islands. Hence, scuba diving experiences in its seas and oceans are unrivaled. Subsequently, you can have dive experiences with thousands of marine species. Similarly, expect dazzlingly healthy coral, reefs, muck diving and thrilling drifts on multiple dive sites. Also, the country has vast areas of wilderness that support a high level of biodiversity. Enjoy these Blog stories, FrogFish Nature’s Most Overlooked Camouflage Artist


Sulawesi Island lies at the convergence of the Pacific and Indian oceans. Also, it's within the Coral ­Triangle, the epicenter of all coral life dive sites. Especially, the abundance of small critters is unsurpassed but there is more to see. Lembeh Strait is sought after for its muck diving. As a result, macro photography predominates. Bunaken National Park also includes Manado. Here are impressive schools of reef fish among sponges, sea fans, soft coral, extensive reefs and plunging walls. Finally, Southeastern Sulawesi continues the marine biodiversity. However, here are more opportunities to encounter larger fish species. Next learn more about scuba diving in this region with our blog: North Sulawesi, Indonesia, Part One and Part Two. Komodo National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. However, a wide array of diving experiences awaits. Above all diversity, from drifts with mantas to coral reefs to macro muck dives. As a result of the flow of nutrient-rich current from the colder Indian Ocean to the south and ­more-tropical Flores Sea to the north. Lastly, don't miss the Komodo Dragons. Flores and Alor means colorful walls and pinnacles brimming with life, along with sandy slopes hiding macro treasures. Similarly, stunning ocean biodiversity, ­showcases everything from the smallest critters to pelagic fish. Banda Sea, Ambon and The Forgotten Islands offer an endless variety for dive travelers. Namely, you get all the rare and intriguing critters you can handle. Furthermore, dive sites include the changeover between shallow reef critters and the ocean's large pelagic schools. Raja Ampat boasts more than 1,000 documented species of fish. Accordingly, scuba diving diversity from macro to ­pelagic fish. Also, half of the world’s known types of soft corals, and up to 70 percent of hard ­corals.

Accommodations, Attractions, Activities

Coupled with dive resorts, dive liveaboards are the accommodation of choice. Thus, you will understand this more with our blog story: 110,000 Reasons to Go Liveaboard For the most part, attractions and activities evolve around the water unless pre or post tours are taken. Therefore, land-based resorts may have village visits, day tours and watersports activities; liveaboards are diving only.

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