South East Asia... diving cruises
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This name includes an incredible number of Asian destination, where cultures and diving beyond the imagination. It includes Myanmar (formerly Burma), the Thailand, the Viet Nam, the Philippines, Malaysia and the Indonesia.
The sum of its destinations, represents the whole of the biodiversity of the planet, and the most beautiful underwater wealth accessible to divers and photographers underwater
A summary will allow you to discover and select the destination for your next diving cruise
The combination of age-old passes, and rich and colourful marine life !
Myanmar offers pristine, untouched diving that is rapidly becoming one of the premier destinations to go since the Myanmar government opened up the Mergui Archipelago for diving.
In Myanmar, you will dive sites such as Black Rock, North Twin, South Twin, Three Islets, and Shark Cave that includes variety like you've never seen. From lots of varieties of sharks, caves, caverns, pelagics, schooling fish, unusual macro life to steep walls and rock covered with coral and fans The wealth of aquatic life combined with clear water will delight underwater photographers and marine naturalists when scuba diving Myanmar and Thailand.
The island paradise of Phuket is only 50 miles from where the boat docks, lies only 8 degrees north of the equator and enjoys a tropical climate year round. For divers, the true treasures of the north Andaman Sea are found at famous sites such as the Surin Islands, Koh Tachai, Koh Bon, Richelieu Rock where the warm, clear water draws large schools of tropical fish, manta rays, and the awe-inspiring whale shark.
The wealth of aquatic life combined with clear water will delight underwater photographers and marine naturalists when scuba diving Myanmar and Thailand.
Komodo National Park
Established in 1980 Komodo National Park was declared a World Heritage Site and a Man and Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1986. The park was initially established to conserve the unique Komodo dragon (Varanus komodoensis). Since then conservation goals have expanded to protecting its entire biodiversity, both marine and terrestrial.
The Komodo National Park encompasses 1,817 square kilometers of spectacular land and marine wilderness, including the islands of Komodo, Rinca, Padar, and Gili Montagne and their surrounding waters. The signature land attraction on your Komodo Dancer LiveAboard cruise will be an encounter with the world’s largest lizard - the flesh eating Komodo Dragon.
Alor, East of Flores
A cluster of small volcanic islands located just east of Flores Island in southern Indonesia on the itinerary we call “East of Flores”. Maumere, the capital of Flores is departure point where to explore the best of these fauna-rich waters in the Flores Sea.
Explore the chain of islands between Flores and Alor, deep into what is called East Nusa Tenggara.
Crystal clear visibility, exciting drifts along sheer walls, dazzling coral gardens and some magnificent sandy critter dives combine to house one of the most prolific and diverse marine ecosystems on earth. East Flores and the Alor area are now firmly on the map of must see places for divers wanting to experience something exciting, new and out of the ordinary.
Raja Ampat or ‘Four Kings’, is the name given to these islands and comes from a local myth. Located in the heart of The Coral Triangle, Raja Ampat is known to have the richest coral reef ecosystem in the world. The four main areas offering itineraries are: Raja Ampat, Cenderawasih Bay, Banda Sea and Triton Bay. If you haven’t experienced the diving in this area, it is fantastic due to the diversity and abundance of marine life.
The area of the Four Kings is comprised of over 1500 islands and home to 600 types of corals, 1,500 fish species and over 600 types of mollusks.
Indonesia offers world class diving due to it's location of where the Andaman Sea meets the Indian Ocean. This remote paradise and new frontier is visited by few divers and is off the beaten path. The Indonesian Government has helped preserve Pulau Weh by declaring two areas a marine park, Pulau Weh Marine Park and Iboih Marine Park.
The variety of the area is abundant; Jacks, Trevallies, Snapper, Sweetlips, Grouper, Frogfish, Leaf Fish, Dog Tooth Tuna, Turtles, Black Tip Sharks, Eagle Rays, Grey Reef Sharks, Caverns, Wrecks and more.
Guests will dive sites such as Shark Lako Plateau, Batee Tokong, LL House Reef & Batee Dua, UW Volcano/Hotsprings, Sea Garden, Bak Kopra and the list goes on.
South East Sulawesi
Perfectly isolated, Wakatobi offers pristine reefs, of a unique richness to the rest of the world and covers by a conservation Nonsuch program. Diving a technical diving through the apnea, Wakatobi Dive Resort offers you in a beautiful and private, setting an experience out of the ordinary.
With 3 employees per person, a gourmet restaurant and a spa, Wakatobi Dive Resort offers you a dream holiday at the foot of the most beautiful coral reefs in the world.
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Manado & Bunaken island, Lembeh strait