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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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Sorido Resort is one of 2 Dutch owned and managed resorts located on the island of Kri in the northern part of the Raja Ampat Archipelago. Opened in 2004, it was the first to provide a western standard of comfort in this stunning, remote corner of Indonesia.
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When you stay at Kima Bajo Resort Manado, Bunaken Marine Park is literally right on your doorstep. Winner of many international conservation awards it's no surprise to find the reefs are rich with unspoilt soft corals and fish life, including reef sharks, turtles and barracudas, that leave you feeling privileged and captivated.
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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.
From £1485 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 £372 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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Island Retreat is perfectly located for diving in the heart of the stunning Togian Islands, with more than 10 dive locations within a 40 minute boat ride or less from the resort.
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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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Kri Eco Resort is one of 2 Dutch owned and managed resorts located on the island of Kri in the northern part of the Raja Ampat Archipelago. Opened in 1994, this is the back to nature option for people who enjoy simple living in a stunning environment... and amazing diving.
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Mapia Resort is an ideal launch pad for diving the world famous Bunaken Marine Park. The basic Celebes Divers package at either Mapia or Onong Resort for guided dives is a 5 day package, including 2 (or 3) boat dives/day plus one night dive (within the 5 days).
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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.
From £718 per person*
This Best of Bali Dive Safari will give divers exactly what the name suggests: a tour of the best dive sites in the beautiful island of Bali. You will experience stunning wall diving at Menjangan Island in the northwest; search for weird and wonderful critters muck diving at Secret Bay in Gilimanuk and Puri Jati in the north; as well as dive the unforgettable USAT Liberty Shipwreck and surrounding sites at Tulamben Bay in the northeast.
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North Sulawesi's Lembeh Strait is muck divers heaven. There are more weird and whacky marine critters here than found in any other known location and Lembeh Resort lies within a few minutes boat ride of most of the best dive spots.
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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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Diving at Derawan is very diverse, ranging from spectacular wall dives to wreck and shore dives. There is an incredible diversity of small marine life in the shallows, as well as an ever dominant presence of turtles cruising the reef edge in deeper water.
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The waters around Pulau Maratua are still a secret to be discovered. There is something for all types of divers. Whether you want to see the large pelagic life, search for the smallest an weirdest critters, snorkel in a huge jellyfish lake or watch mandarin fish mate: there is more to see than you can imagine!
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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.
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Lembeh Strait offers a variety of diving, including some coral reefs and wrecks; however it is best known for the small and difficult to find creatures that inhabit the world of muck.
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Known as the "Muck Mecca", Lembeh is famous as the best destination on the planet for what is known as exotic critter diving, macro diving, or muck diving. There are five shipwrecks (two of them Japanese WWII ships) and an impressive array of underwater topography, including pinnacles and verdant soft and hard coral gardens, but it is the plain black sand sites that make the area famous with their profusion of strange and beautiful attractions.
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Amongst the best dive spots around Bali are the channels separating 3 offshore islands lying between Bali and Lombok: Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan. Strong currents flowing through the Lombok Strait bring rich nutrients, and amongst the more iconic visitors are the bizarre looking, giant Mola Mola (sunfish) and manta rays.
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