After being closed to tourists for two years, Indonesia is finally open to foreigners! If you are at all familiar with our inventory of snorkeling safaris, this is a game-changer as the majority of our snorkeling safaris take place in this stunning island nation. We couldn’t be more pleased to finally be able to once

Indonesia opened its borders to tourists just over a month ago, a clear signal to us that it’s finally time to start running our full inventory of Indonesian snorkeling safaris after nearly two years of postponements! First tour up, our Misool Snorkel Week which will start on May 11th and take place at Misool Resort,

Location Description Halmahera is the large odd-shaped island just west of the Raja Ampat region and east of northern Sulawesi. In terms of tourism, it’s pretty much new to the scene. With the exception of the occasional liveaboard passing through and the two snorkel and dive resorts in the southern tip, Halmahera is rarely visited

What’s the difference between Misool and Raja Ampat? Short answer, nothing. Though it often sounds like—when people or websites talk about Misool—they are talking about two different locations, when in reality Misool is just one of the regions of Raja Ampat. Raja Ampat is made up of four large islands—one of which is Misool—and hundreds-and-hundreds

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