Live Aboard Underwater Photography Cruises
Located between the eastern Indonesian islands of Flores and Sumbawa, the islands of the Komodo Archiplego are mostly dry and uninhabited. But below the surface are spectacular coral reefs with incredibly rich fish, coral and sponge life. These reefs are home to invertebrates and abundant critters like nudibranchs, octopus, frogfish and shrimps. We visit the northern, central and southern islands of the Komodo group on this trip with fantastic pelagic action and often manta ray encounters......
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Are four large and many smaller islands located off the western end of the 2nd largest island in the World - New Guinea. Raja Ampat (Four Kings in Indonesian) are home to the greatest diversity of marine fishes in the World. Due to their remote nature, These Indonesian islands have only been explored underwater in the last decade. What they have revealed, will amaze even the most experienced divers......
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SOLOR & ALOR
After leaving Maumere Bay on the north east coast of Flores, we meander through a group of islands where time has stood still. The Solor Archipelago is a remote and dived by only a few boats each year. There are new dive sites discovered here each year. In Alor we visit the weel known reefs and world famous muck sites in Beangabang Bay and around Kalabahi. Then there is the erupting volcano at Pulau Komba in the Flores Sea. Read more at our Solor & Alor Archipelago page