Palau has long been on my bucket list of destinations to visit, in fact, Palau was the first place on my personal bucket list primarily because it was the world’s first shark sanctuary, and I’m a bit of a shark enthusiast. Over the years I learned more about Palau from friends who’ve been and it

    Here in Indonesia we are very lucky to find 6 out of the 7 species of sea turtle.    Green turtle (Chelonia Mydas) Hawksbill turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) Olive Ridley (Lepidochelys Olivacea) Leatherback sea turtle (Dermochelys Coriacea) Flatback sea turtle (Natator Depressus) Loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta Caretta).    The Leatherback sea turtle is the

Despite being broken up into over seventeen thousand islands, Indonesia is an incredibly easy country to travel around. From planes, boats, and private vans or busses, the country is really well organized when it comes to moving from point A to point B, even though it may look a bit chaotic on the outside. Here’s

Location Description Raja Ampat is often referred to as the crown jewel of snorkeling.  Its reefs, many of which have yet to be explored, are teeming with life big and small and are astonishingly vibrant.  With over 1,766 fish species and counting, and more than 550 coral species, Raja Ampat is the most biodiverse marine

While the emphasis of all of our tour itineraries is largely based around getting our guests as much snorkeling time as possible, we do make sure to include one or several excursions on land during our tours so everyone can experience the terrestrial nature, historical sites, or indulge in cultural traditions. From the ancient pyramids