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By Destination

With the afternoon sun on our backs we sail closer to the heart of the Coral Triangle where oceanic upwelling of nutrient-rich waters are eternally mixing with fertile currents from Indonesia's distant northern rivers and seas. Here we find some of the most postcard perfect tropical islands on earth, dotted with white sandy beaches and protected by multi-coloured coral reefs. In this pristine archipelago a wide array of nature's tropical architecture is embedded in the thousands of islands scattered throughout. As we slowly descend into the turquoise waters we find ourselves immersed in the richest aquatic environment on Earth.

Bali - Island of the Gods

Bali - Island of the Gods

Situated on the western-most fringe of the Coral Triangle, the Island of Bali offers an impressive but often overlooked diving experience as we direct our attention to the more remote diving outp...

Banda Sea - A Voyage To Remember

Banda Sea - A Voyage To Remember

Bounded by the historical southern Spice Islands of the Moluccas, the Banda Sea spans a vast 470,000 square kms and can only be truly experienced by liveaboard. The North Banda Basin (5,800 metre...

East Borneo - Sangalaki Island

East Borneo - Sangalaki Island

Sangalaki Resort is found on the small island of Sangalaki, strategically located inside the vast 1.27 million hectare Sangalaki Marine Heritage Park. A short walk through crystal clear...

Komodo Islands - Where Time Stands Still

Komodo Islands - Where Time Stands Still

Descending into Labuhan Bajo Airport you gaze out the window looking at the scene below. In the short one hour flight from Bali lush, tropical islands have suddenly transitioned into dry landscap...

North Sulawesi - The Heart of the Coral Triangle

North Sulawesi - The Heart of the Coral Triangle

The Spice Islands were aptly named by 16th century European colonial traders as rare spices were found nowhere else on Earth. With the exception of the local knowledge of its indigenous people, a...

Raja Ampat - A Jewel of Nature

Raja Ampat - A Jewel of Nature

Lying off the far north-western tip of Papua Province, the islands of Raja Ampat cover a vast expanse of more than 43,000 square kms of combined land and sea. Here we find the four larg...

The Islands of Alor

The Islands of Alor

A remote outpost in Indonesia’s northern archipelago the islands of Alor span an impressive 10,974 square kms of sea. Once serving as a trading gateway for seafarers, Alor li...