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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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Bali is a land famous for its lush green landscapes, endless sunny days and a bustling tourism industry in the south with many activities including surfing, cycling, trekking and rafting. Often overlooked though is the variety and quality of diving. From deep drift dives in search of pelagics to muck diving in the volcanic black sand looking for critters; Bali has it all!
Wakatobi - a Diving Adventure in SulawesiWakatobi - a Diving Adventure in Sulawesi
The WAKATOBI Dive Resort is located in a remote area of Indonesia: Southeast Sulawesi. The currents that pass through channels and along the steep drop offs carry an incredible diversity of marine life that settles on the substrates surrounding the atolls.
Diving Banda - Discovering the East Indonesian ArchipelagoDiving Banda - Discovering the East Indonesian Archipelago
Visiting Banda is interesting for two reasons: excellent diving and its amazing history. Banda islands, part of a volcanic group of islands covered with lush vegetation, have been a destination for traders for more than two thousand years.
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