Embark on an incredible journey to discover the hidden wonders of the worlds that are waiting to be explored! Prepare to dive deep into some of the highest marine, terrestrial and wildlife biodiversity locations that hold a treasure trove of magnificent flora and fauna. Get ready to immerse yourself in the verdant tropical rainforests where thousands of avifauna species await you, a true paradise adorned and preserved by some of the world’s friendliest people. Experience their magical indigenous culture, and interact with them to truly understand their way of life.
This exhilarating travel experience is nothing short of authentic, giving you the rare opportunity to truly participate in local traditions and customs. As you step into the unknown, you will be blown away by all the enchanting and unforgettable sights and sounds that will soothe both your body and spirit. So why wait? Embark on this once-in-a-lifetime adventure today and explore our magical world in the best way possible!
Cenderawasih Bay is a the largest marine national park in Indonesia, stretching from Wondama Bay to Nabire Regency of West Papua. The entire area is unspoiled and basically uninhabited. The diving is unique and diverse, and known for its resident whale shark population.
More than any other phenomena, the experience of up close and personal encounters with the resident whale sharks is one of the most incredible underwater experiences you can have.
Another area that offers fascinating scuba is Triton Bay, which features wonderful scuba experiences in uncrowded locations that are off the beaten track.Triton Bay has impressive soft coral with colorful boomie for its healthy water.
You will find sweetlips and snappers, hunting jacks and wobbegong. For macro photographers this site also offers baribanti pygmy seahorse as well as plenty of nudibranchs and shrimp.
Raja Ampat is a super sought after area of Papua, particularly for avid scuba divers and leisure-seekers.
If you are interested in expanding your ecological understanding, this area is unparalleled with 7 established Marine Protected Areas (MPAs).
Located within the nutrient rich, biodiverse intersection of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, Raja Ampat has been described as ‘a species factory for the world’.
Sail through the historically vibrant hub of the ancient spice trade of Indonesia, over some of the world’s deepest seas. The Banda Sea covers the area North of Flores and South of Seram.
This archipelago is the original ‘Spice Islands’, which offer you a truly magical opportunity to explore the old town with its forts, museums as well as historic buildings, while exploring rich reefs and spectacular exotic topside scenery.
Located in the heart of the Coral Triangle, Halmahera and its marine ecosystems are rich in biodiversity. Halmahera is the largest of all the Maluku Islands. In the shape of a ‘k’, the island has four mountainous peninsulas and several active volcanoes. Much of the interior is still covered in rich tropical forests while coastlines are developed with coconut plantations.