The Wakatobi archipelago is located in the remote province of South East Sulawesi where encompasses the highest coral reef biodiversity in the world with over 950 fish species which giving you the greatest opportunity to see the large variety and diversity of marine life.
The Wakatobi Islands offer crystal clear pristine waters and a rich bio-diverse underwater life. The archipelago has 25 groups of coral reefs including fringing reefs, barrier reefs and atolls. Mangrove forest, coastal forest, lowland swamp forest, riverbank vegetation, lowland rainforest and mountain rainforest cover the islands.
While diving at Wakatobi, you’ll not only see beautiful vistas or pristine coral reefs, but also abundant colourful reef fishes. Both rare and unusual cryptic "critters". And lots more undocumented species are constantly being discovered at Wakatobi.