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The islands distinctive shape is dominated four large peninsulas. The central part of Sulawesi is ruggedly mountainous, such that the island's peninsulas have traditionally been remote from each other, with better connections by sea than by road.

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Miguel's Diving

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based in Gorontalo City, Gorontalo Province, Indonesia
Miguel's Diving offers equatorial diving in Gorontalo, Sulawesi, Indonesia. Strategically positioned between Manado's Bunaken Marine Park and the remote Togian Islands, Gorontalo has incredible biodiversity, dense coral growth, new/undescribed species.
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Sealife Micro 2.0 Pro 2500Sealife Micro 2.0 Pro 2500
Price A$ 1,039.00
Fantasea FA6500 V2 Housing for Sony a6500 & a6300Fantasea FA6500 V2 Housing for Sony a6500 & a6300
Price A$ 1,199.00
Full Face Snorkel Mask - Neopine - BlueFull Face Snorkel Mask - Neopine - Blue
Price A$ 79.95
SUblUE Whiteshark Mix - Underwater Scooter - next generation - Aqua BlueSUblUE Whiteshark Mix - Underwater Scooter - next generation - Aqua Blue
Price A$ 789.00

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Gangga Island Sulawesi - Diving in ParadiseGangga Island Sulawesi - Diving in Paradise
Imagine paradise: blue skies, amazing food, flowers, happy people, world class diving, smiles all round, a bit of pampering and a wet-edge pool looking out over the volcanoes on the North-Sulawesi mainland.
Diving with a Family - Wakatobi Dive ResortDiving with a Family - Wakatobi Dive Resort
Once you have had an amazing time somewhere it always worries me to want to go back. Will it be as good as the first time? Will things have changed? Have things stayed the same, but you have changed?
A Turtle Nursery At WakatobiA Turtle Nursery At Wakatobi
Sea Turtles can live to be 100 years old, but most donít survive their first few days. In the wild, the tiny hatchlings typically encounter a gauntlet of predators as they hatch and make their way from beachside nests to open water, and they remain especially vulnerable those first few months of life. When nature is in balance, this attrition is a normal part of the circle of life. But when turtles become threatened by factors such as habitat loss, or predators like fish and birds, they may need a little extra help to maintain a normal population. This is where Wakatobi Dive Resort has stepped in.
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