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When a country owns the title of being the world's largest archipelago, it's safe to assume there must be some pretty interesting things to be seen in the waters that surround it, as well as the lands within. Indonesia doesn't fail in offering adventure seekers of all kinds some of the world's most diverse, spectacularly beautiful, genuinely intriguing, and often times mysterious and mesmerizing environments to explore.
Ever since the great explorer and naturalist, Alfred Russel Wallace, presented his findings from his Indonesian and Malaysian explorations, the world has been captivated by the natural beauty that has come to be synonymous with Indonesia and the overseas adventure travel it presents. For decades magazines likes National Geographic have been printing spreads of mysterious fish in perfectly azure waters, indigenous tribesman festooned in traditional face paint, and angry volcanoes mid-explosion all part of the wonderment that is Indonesia.
With 17,000 islands stretched across nearly two million square kilometers of total area, Indonesia spans both sides of the equator and is surrounded by tropical seas. Its breadth and location, given climate and geological history combine to contribute one of the world's most bio-diverse environments, second only to Brazil.
Out at sea, however, Indonesia rules supreme in biodiversity. As part of the Coral Triangle, an area that boasts close to 4000 species of fish, the highest coral diversity (76% of the world's coral species) and a long list of other unique attributes of natural wonder, Indonesia is a veritable paradise for divers and photographers/ filmmakers in search of epic diving safaris and photography trips.
Divers will delight in pristine coral reefs that blanket Indonesia's sea floors in colorful kaleidoscopic splendor and the myriad creatures that thrive in, on and under each of the environments that wait in majestic beauty around the next corner.
From shelves and drop-offs plastered with soft and hard coral, to mucky bottoms that host a plethora of wily creatures waiting to be uncovered, there's something for every type of diver and photographer; be it shooting macro on a nudibranch, or HD video into an abyss with the hopes of catching sight of a giant manta or tuna, the possibilities are always there in the seas of Indonesia.