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Indonesia

Background & Highlights

It is astonishing that Indonesia is defined as a single entity, consisting as it does of  17,508 islands, which support an almost unparalleled racial diversity.

A vast, sprawling archipelago, with a spread the equivalent of Athens to Delhi, Indonesia boasts more coastline than any country in the world. Each island has its own identity and culture ...

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Kelimutu National Park

The Kelimutu volcano at Kelimutu National Park on Flores Island contains three summit crater lakes of varying colors. Tiwu Ata Mbupu (Lake of Old People) is usually blue, Tiwu Nuwa Muri Koo Fai (Lake of Young Men and Maidens) and Tiwu Ata Polo (Bewitched or Enchanted Lake) are separated by a shared crater wall and are typically green or red in color, respectively.

Snorkeling

Komodo, Alor, Nusa Tenggara Dive Cruises
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.

Liveaboard Diving

Dive Komodo National Park
Komodo National Marine Park offers some of the planet's most desirable diving, including thrilling drift dives, Manta Ray aggregations, and some of the worlds richest and most beautiful coral reefs.

Dive Packages

Dive Raja Ampat with Misool Eco Resort
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.

Dive Packages

Dive with Raja Ampat Dive Lodge
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.

Kelimutu National Park

The Kelimutu volcano at Kelimutu National Park on Flores Island contains three summit crater lakes of varying colors. Tiwu Ata Mbupu (Lake of Old People) is usually blue, Tiwu Nuwa Muri Koo Fai (Lake of Young Men and Maidens) and Tiwu Ata Polo (Bewitched or Enchanted Lake) are separated by a shared crater wall and are typically green or red in color, respectively.
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