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From £1812 per person*
East of Bali there is a world of exotic cultures and breathtaking natural beauty. This area is as enchanting as it is remote. On board the Ombak Putih you will sail by smoldering volcanoes that arise from the sea and you can go ashore on uninhabited islands.
From £2231 per person*
Based in Lombok, The Katharina sailing cruises are primarily focused on Eastern Indonesia, highlights of which include the islands of Lombok, Sumbawa, Komodo, Rinca, Flores, the Moluccas, and Irian Jaya (West-Papua) where she will visit, among other places the famous, Asmat tribe.
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For guests diving at Froggies Divers and wishing to dive Lembeh Strait we offer the option to join a 4D/3N diving trip to North Sulawesi's famous critter Paradise. The trips cannot be scheduled in advance; departure dates will depend on weather and sea conditions.
From £2151 per person*
Raja Ampat is home to the world's richest reefs. Located at the heart of the Coral Triangle, the region sprawls over 180,000 square kilometers and boasts the majority of the world's reef-building corals. In fact, in an area the size of two football fields, scientists discovered more than six times as many coral species as live in the entire Caribbean Sea.
From £423 per person*
Black Marlin Dive Centre is located on Kadidiri island, an idyllic hideaway desert island in the heart of the Togian (Togean) Islands with pristine coral reefs, crystal clear tropical waters and a huge selection of dive site to whet any diver's or snorkeler's appetite. Dramatic drop offs, pinnacles, canyons, slopes and even a WWII B24 Bomber wreck in near perfect condition
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The Derawan Islands are located in the western part of the Celebes Sea (also known as the Sulawesi Sea or Laut Sulawesi) off the coast of East Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo. The archipelago of 31 islands includes Derawan, Kakaban, Maratua and Sangalaki, each of which boast unique dive sites that are truly world class.
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Wakatobi Dive Resort, located within a string of small islands known as Tukang Besi off the southwest tip of Sulawesi in the Banda Sea, is situated in area regarded as the world's epicenter of marine biodiversity.
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The Lembeh Strait already has the reputation as probably the world's best muck diving spot, but there is also a great deal more. When you see a picture of a pygmy seahorse, a hairy frogfish, a delicate ghost pipefish or a mimic octopus, it is likely the picture was taken at one of Lembeh’s thirty dive sites.
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Combine all of North Sulawesi's best diving in a dive cruise that takes you to the already famous dive sites of Bunaken Marine Park and Lembeh Strait - muck divers' paradise - and then add the lesser visited Bangka Islands and the much more remote Sangihe Archipelago, complete with underwater volcanic vents.
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Within the world's Coral Triangle are the islands of Raja Ampat (translates to Four Kings). Located northwest of Indonesia's West Papua (formerly Irian Jaya) on the Bird's Head Seascape, these 1500 scattered islands and quays are acclaimed to be the center of marine biodiversity*. Putiraja Liveaboard's most popular scuba trips run through two different courses in Raja Ampat.
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'Amanikan', the 32-metre Phinisi coastal cruiser custom-built for Aman resorts, is ideal for private cruises for one or two couples or a family, combining the romance of spice trade sailing vessels with modern amenities and all the comforts befitting Aman.
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The reefs of the Raja Ampat are specifically referred to as ‘species factories’, replenishing other reef ecosystems by sweeping coral larvae across the Indian and Pacific Oceans via their strong currents. In the general area surrounding Pulau Pef, it is possible to experience a myriad of dive sites, where you could encounter almost everything underwater - a staggering variety of habitats and experiences.
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The final frontier, at the eastern end of Indonesia, Raja Ampat offers amazing diving and the most stunning topside scenery of any dive destination on Earth. This is where Dr. Gerald Allen counted 273 fish species on a single dive.
From £1800 per person*
Komodo is a World Heritage site best known for its most ancient inhabitant, the infamous Komodo Dragon, however it also boasts one of the world's richest marine environments. Being a National Park, no accommodation is available on the islands so the best way to visit is on a dive cruise.
From £3960 per person*
The Spice Islands, famous for their cloves, nutmeg and stories about Buginese pirates, offers diving encounters of extraordinary diversity. One of the best ways to explore these hidden gems is via a liveaboard dive cruise.
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Few areas in Asia can match the cultural and natural diversity to be found following the chain of the Lesser Sunda Islands east of Bali.
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For those who do not have time for an extended sailing cruise, or whose taste for being on a boat extends only to a few days, a short sailing cruise to the Komodo National Park is a must do component of any Indonesia visit.
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The diverse Lesser Sunda Islands, stretching eastwards from Bali, offer the most amazing landscapes and a glorious cornucopia of weaving for textile lovers.
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