Scuba diving in Indonesia is world-renowned as some of the planet’s best. And this lucky writer just got to see it for herself.
Ever have a fish get mad at you? What about a tiny cute one actually chasing you?
Wakatobi Resort in Sulawesi, Indonesia, is dedicated to preserving the marine environment with the buy-in and participation of locals.
After seeing underwater images snapped at Wakatobi Dive Resort, you won’t need more than one reason to visit. But just in case, here are 11 more reasons Wakatobi should be on your bucket list.
Those who love muck diving and searching for wacky, weird critters should put scuba diving in Ambon, Indonesia on their bucket list.
With access to 43 documented sites, Wakatobi Dive Resort offers unparalleled diving in Southeastern Sulawesi. Here are a few of the best.
Divers don’t need an expedition vessel to explore the most pristine reefs in the Indian Ocean. They can now hop on Wakatobi Resort’s resident liveaboard, the Pelagian.
It’s easy to see how The Zoo at Wakatobi got its name. Just minutes from the resort, this exceptional dive site offers a staggering diversity of marine life.
Off the northwest coast of Lombok in Indonesia are the three tiny Gili Islands, a small archipelago that includes Gili Air, closest to the mainland. Right off the beach on Gili Air, the harbor’s house reef offers an incredible night dive.
That the diving at Wakatobi in southeastern Sulawesi, Indonesia, is amazing will come as news to no one. Here’s a quick peek at our top five favorite dive sites at Wakatobi.
Along with the luxurious land-based operation, Wakatobi Dive Resort operates the Pelagian, a luxury dive yacht that cruises broader areas of the Wakatobi archipelago and the southern part of Buton Island.