You don’t need to go deep at Wakatobi Dive Resort to see something spectacular.

Staying shallow at Wakatobi Dive Resort

Steep walls and dramatic seamounts make for exciting dives, and there are lots of sites in Wakatobi with these profiles. But many of these same sites offer something that few other places can. When reefs rise sharply from deep water to within a few feet of the surface, divers can stretch bottom times beyond the hour mark, and discover the colorful world of Wakatobi’s shallows. Ready to spend some quality time in the shallow waters of Wakatobi?  Learn more at

Guest post by Karen Stearns


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