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Juveniles on the Reef
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Juveniles on the Reef at Wakatobi Dive Resort

Fish often change color — and even shape — as they mature. Keep your eyes peeled for lots of unique juveniles on the reef at Wakatobi Dive Resort, from emperor angelfish to the unmistakable juvenile harlequin sweetlips.

Shops & Resorts Travel

Wakatobi’s Perfect Pair: Clownfish and Anemones

In a new series of articles, we’ll take a closer look at the spectacular marine life at Wakatobi Dive Resort in Sulawesi. Here, we’ll explain why clownfish and anemones go together like peanut butter and jelly. 

Day at Wakatobi
In the Water Shops & Resorts

A Perfect Day at Wakatobi

A perfect day at Wakatobi starts and ends in your luxurious ocean bungalow, and in between, you’ll enjoy the best of the reef underwater and the best of the resort topside.

In the Water Shops & Resorts

Wakatobi Resort Brings Generations Together

When planning a family vacation, it can be challenging to keep everyone happy. Wakatobi Resort offers something for all ages and helps the whole family create lifelong memories.

New stuff
Scuba Diving in Southern Mozambique

Best Scuba Diving in Southern Mozambique: Part I

The best scuba diving in Southern Mozambique offers everything from excellent macro dives to encounters with mantas and whale sharks.
by Guest Author
unique animals to scuba dive with

Unique Animals to Scuba Dive With

We all love sharks and rays, but if you’re looking for something a little different, here are the most unique animals to scuba dive with.
by Chris Vyvyan-Robinson

ReefBox: The World’s First Subscription Box for Divers

Our inner geek, always fiending for new scuba gear squealed with delight after recently stumbling on ReefBox, the world’s first subscription box geared toward divers.
by Beth McCrea
Microscopic Plants

Diving into a World of Microscopic Plants

Whether you’re swimming with big animals, macro critters, or in coral gardens, you’re also diving into an entire world of microscopic plants called phytoplankton.
by Beth McCrea