The epicenter of marine biodiversity
The Coral Triangle spans 6 million square kilometers,
expanding across 6 countries from the Philippines to Timor-Leste.
At its heart you will find the more than 18,000 islands of Indonesia.
With only 1.6% of the planet’s oceans,
it contains over 76% of all known coral species in the world.
More than 3,000 species of fish, including the largest – the whale shark and coelacanth,
and 6 of the world’s 7 species of marine turtles,
all inhabit the Coral Triangle.
It is truly underwater wonderland.
It is regarded as one of the best diving sites in the world, especially the rich waters of Raja Ampat and its 1,500 islands.
A trip to Triton Bay will make you feel as though you are exploring an area at the edge of the planet with a marine wonderland untouched by time.
Best time to explore is October to April, when the sea is calm and the visibility is optimal.
The exotic spices - nutmeg, mace, and clove - found there led to coin the term “Spice Islands” to describe them.
These islands are situated the intersection of the Indian and Pacific Ocean and they are famous for large pelagic schooling species such as barracuda and hammerhead sharks.
Island excursions can involve climbing one of more than150 active volcanoes in Indonesia.
It truly is magical.
Best time to explore is October and April when, the sea is calm and the visibility is optimal.
Here you will find the famous Komodo archipelago, which is listed by UNESCO as one of the seven new world wonders.
Its diving spots are overflowing with colorful reefs and aquatic life and it includes the exotic island of Sumba as well as the mystical island of Alor.
It truly is a mystical archipelago.
Best time to explore is June to October, when the sea is calm and the visibility is optimal.
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