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The islands and people of Indonesia constitute the fourth most populated nation in the world. There are estimated to be a total of 17,508 islands, of which only about 6,000 are inhabited ...

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Turtle Foundation

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based in Cologne, Germany, Germany
Turtle Foundation – An initiative for the protection of the endangered sea turtles.
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Diving Ambon - Reefs, Muck and a ShipwreckDiving Ambon - Reefs, Muck and a Shipwreck
The island of Ambon, part of Maluku Province located in the Eastern parts of Indonesia between Papua and Sulawesi, is not on the travel schedule of many people, however for serious divers this is a destination offering diving away from the crowds as well as some amazing history and culture.
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 Raja Ampat - The Resort Experience in MisoolDiving Raja Ampat - The Resort Experience in Misool
In 2004, a group of Europeans set up a resort in the middle of nowhere about four hours by speedboat from Sorong, West Papua. Batbitem, an island near the Fiabacet-Boo chain in the southeast Misool area of Raja Ampat was to be the new 'Eden'.
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