The Cenderawasih Bay National Park, Papua

Cenderawasih Bay, Indonesia’s Largest Marine National Park

The large Cenderawasih Bay National Park in the north of the island of Papua, otherwise known as Teluk Cenderawasih, includes Indonesia’s largest marine national park, and is one of the best dive-sites in the archipelago. Here are magnificent vertical drops, picturesque hard coral gardens, sponge life and myriads of fish. This is the playground of one[…]

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Wakatobi Marine Park, the beautiful dive sites

Wakatobi, The National Marine Park in Sulawesi

Legendary underwater explorer and conservationist, Jacques Cousteau is said to have called the Wakatobi islands – then known as the Tukang besi islands: an “Underwater Nirwana”. Now a National Marine Park covering the entire Wakatobi District, it comprises a total of 1.4 million hectares, of which 900,000 hectares are decorated with different, colourful species of[…]

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The Bunaken Marine Park, North Sulawesi

Amazing Dive Spots, Bunaken Marine Park

Ever fancy yourself being a mermaid? Being able to swim along with other creatures of the sea , moving to the rhythm of the waves? In the Bunaken Marine Park, you will encounter a real “mermaid”, and you can also get a glimpse of sea life here. Bunaken is an 8.08 km² island in the[…]

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Whale in the Savu sea

The Savu Sea National Marine Park

The large swathe of the Savu Sea in the province of East Nusa Tenggara was designated a National Marine Park by the Indonesian Government since early 2014. Covering 3.35 million hectares, the Savu sea lies at the heart of the Coral Triangle and is an important corridor for huge sea mammals like whales, dolphins, turtles[…]

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The 17 Islands Riung Marine Park, Flores

The Paradisical 17 Islands Riung Marine Park Of Flores

Located on the north coast of Flores island in the Ngada district lies an archipelago that forms a unique, paradisical sea garden, called the 17 Islands Riung Marine Park. This cluster consists of islets whose waters are rich in biodiversity, sandy white beaches and crystal clear blue waters where you can dive in and swim[…]

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