Located among the Lesser Sunda Islands between Flores and Sumbawa. Komodo Island is just one of a group of three large islands and many smaller islands that make-up the Komodo National Park.
Formed in 1980 to protect the habitat of the Komodo Dragons, UNESCO later listed the Komodo National Park as a World Heritage Site in 1991.
.... Read more at our Komodo Information Page
SUMBAWA to FLORES
Located in the Lesser Sunda Islands of Indonesia, Sumbawa has fantastic muck diving sites, as well as an offshore active volcanic island that has beautiful reefs with abundant critters like nudibranchs, ghost pipefish and frogfish. We also visit the northern islands of the Komodo group on this trip with its fantastic pelagic action and manta ray encounters...... Read more at our Sumbawa to Flores page
Located in the north of Indonesia, between Borneo and the Maluku Islands. The far north-eastern tip of Sulawesi is surrounded by islands and reefs. Among them the islands of the Bangka Archipelago and Lembeh Strait offer some of the most diverse diving on Earth. From an incredible variety of critters in Lembeh Strait to the soft coral coated pinnacles of Bangka Island.
.... Read more at our North Sulawesi Trip Details page
Are four large and many smaller islands located off the western end of the 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......
Read more at our Raja Ampat page
Cendrawasih Bay is a huge bay (1.4 million hecatres) in the western end of Papua Island. This area has become THE destination to dive and photograph Whale Sharks. Where they cruise around almost oblivious to divers photographing them.This area also has beautiful remote coral reefs and World War II wrecks......
Read more at our Cendrawasih Bay page