Wakatobi Resort April 2023

  • Indonesia , Sulawesi
  • Starting Price

    From $5,955.00

    April 14 - 24, 2023

    Group Leader: Steve Weaver

    Deposit Amount: $1,000.00

    • Trip Outline
    • Trip Includes
    • Trip Excludes

    Wakatobi Dive Resort is located off the Southeast tip of Sulawesi, Indonesia and offers some of the healthiest coral reefs we have ever seen! Divers who visit here are amazed when they are treated to their first dive on the “house reef.” Just a few feet from the resort is a spectacular wall bursting with color and life which makes the unlimited shore diving both an easy and unforgettable experience. Wakatobi’s walls, sea mounts, and shallow reefs possess a seemingly endless array of hard and soft coral species. Aside from the schools of tropical reef fish, you will see dozens of unusual creatures, such as the pygmy seahorse, hundreds of multi-colored nudibranches, lion fish, leaf fish and scorpion fish - all common on every dive.

    Package Includes

    10 Nights’ Accommodation – double occupancy
    All meals at Wakatobi
    Coffee, tea, and water
    Up to 3 boat dives per day
    Unlimited tanks for shore diving
    Roundtrip air charter from Bali to Wakatobi
    Government taxes
    Group escort

    package does not include

    Airfare to Bali
    Beverages not specified
    Nitrox
    Gratuities
    Required overnights
    Travel and Dive insurance
    Excess luggage fees

    Wakatobi Dive Resort is located off the Southeast tip of Sulawesi, Indonesia and offers some of the healthiest coral reefs we have ever seen! Divers who visit here are amazed when they are treated to their first dive on the “house reef.” Just a few feet from the resort is a spectacular wall bursting with color and life which makes the unlimited shore diving both an easy and unforgettable experience. Wakatobi’s walls, sea mounts, and shallow reefs possess a seemingly endless array of hard and soft coral species. Aside from the schools of tropical reef fish, you will see dozens of unusual creatures, such as the pygmy seahorse, hundreds of multi-colored nudibranches, lion fish, leaf fish and scorpion fish – all common on every dive.

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