Biodiversity. Every dive destinations claims it, but where can you really find it? First, look for a remote island nation separated from neighboring continents by deep ocean trenches. Then, look for a place where the warm equatorial water of the Pacific and Indian oceans merge, creating a rare mis of fascinating animals. Finally, search for protected marine parks where these peculiar species thrive in isolation. In essence, look for Indonesia.
Indonesia's Dive Spots
Crystal Rock is a submerged, coral-encrusted seamount that actually pokes through the surface. There’s an amazing field of staghorn coral here, which is a testament to the incredible natural wealth of the reefs in the park. Keep reading »