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Straddling the Equator and stretching some 5000 miles along the volcanic and fertile “Ring of Fire”, Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago comprised of more than 17,000 islands, many of which are so remote that they support little or no human life. As a result, Indonesia is home to many of the world’s finest, pristine dive sites. Indonesia is truly located at the epicenter of the world’s marine biodiversity. It’s waters are home to all kinds of unique and exotic critters, and on up the scale to whale sharks. The effects of global warming have not yet taken a toll on this beautiful area, so the coral reefs are rich and vibrant and the water is home to some of the most amazing creatures you will ever see. Join us as we explore this natural wonder!

Dive North Sulawesi and Komodo Islands in one fabulous trip of a lifetime!

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