Located in the southeastern part of Sulawesi and comprising of 4 islands, the Wakatobi is one beautiful marine national park. The Wakatobi extends 1.39 hectares which makes it the second biggest sanctuary in Indonesia. This park contains white beaches, breath-taking coral reefs, and numerous dolphins and whales. Located at the epicenter of the Indo-Pacific, diving is in fact at its finest.
Known to have at least 3000 different species of marine life, this region is recognized as the heart of marine biodiversity in the entire planet. This recognition is coupled with the sanctuary’s stunning features from the virgin condition of the corals and the diversity of the organisms present.
Feeling inspired and raring to go? Check out our Wakatobi travel guide and start planning your next diving trip!