Wakatobi Dive Resort:
Wakatobi was created with the vision to deliver the ultimate dive experience and was established following an extensive search to identify the perfect location for a dive resort in terms of geography, climate, oceanic topography and marine biodiversity. To ensure its future we then created one of the world’s largest privately protected marine reserves. That gives you some idea of the extent to which we will go and the attention to detail that goes into every aspect of the Wakatobi experience. At Wakatobi, our greatest rewards come from providing each guest with the highest level of service, relaxation and prime access to some of the best diving and snorkeling in the world. But we also enjoy earning the recognition of the broader diving and travel community, and take pride in the numerous accolades and awards we continue to receive. One of the most recent of these industry recognitions comes from the editors at Bonnier, who publish Sport Diver magazine’s World’s Best Diving and Resorts.
Call us for information
Misool Eco Resort:
Indonesia Diving Holidays | Misool Eco Resort, Raja Ampat
Misool Eco Resort is an exclusive dive resort and conservation centre located in remote southern Raja Ampat, Indonesia. Our private resort island is nestled deep in an archipelago of uninhabited islands, in the very epicentre of marine biodiversity.
Our island and our scuba diving sites are surrounded by our own 1220 sq km (465 sq mi/300,000 acre) Marine Protected Area, and inside the 46,000 sq km Raja Ampat Shark and Manta Sanctuary which we helped to create. We are located 165 km (105 miles) from the nearest port, and the nearest village is 20 km away by boat.
Our resort island, Batbitim, is a true tropical hideaway, just south of the equator and fringed with powder-white beaches and pristine coral reefs. With a maximum capacity of just 40 guests and a staff-to-guest ratio of 3 to 1, we offer exclusive diving holidays, surrounded by the world’s richest reefs.
Kungkungan Bay Resort/Lembeh Strait:
Kungkungan Bay Resort is nestled on the site of an old coconut plantation on the Sulawesi coast of Lembeh strait. Located on the sunrise side of the peninsula, the view from the guest accommodations encompasses rugged Lembeh Island and the smaller Serena Island. North Sulawesi enjoys a mild tropical climate with gentle breezes year-round. Daytime temperatures are generally in the mid-eighties cooling into the seventies at night.
The Resort was specifically designed to achieve a pleasing aesthetic effect with minimum impact on the environment. By using local materials and traditional architecture and adding western style bathrooms and amenities the resort reflects the local Minahasan culture, while providing international standards of comfort, convenience, safety, and privacy.
Facilities at KBR include a private jetty with camera rinse tanks and hot showers, camera charging room, air conditioned bar, swimming pool with swim-up bar, lounge, internet access and lending library. There are also WIFI hot spots available throughout the resort. Restaurant service is available 24-hours of every day.
The Laguna Nusa Dua in Bali:
Nestled on Nusa Dua’s pristine white-sand beach and cradling 5,000 square meters of swimmable lagoons, the resort ensures a matchless experience with its 24-hour butler service, a new state-of-the-art spa, and a wide range of dining venues.
Bali’s rich tapestry of culture, art, and nature is underscored by celebrated sites just a short distance from Nusa Dua. Discover the indigenous Bali Art Centre Ubud, which houses the studios of distinguished artists. Marvel at the terraced rice paddies at Tegalalang. Or stroll through a local market, sampling exotic fruits and unearthing diverse handicrafts. Meanwhile, contemporary shopping can be found at the Bali Collection, an upscale department store offering international brands alongside dining and entertainment. A complimentary shuttle from the resort to the store is available.
Gain insight into daily life by embarking on an eight-hour journey to the traditional Balinese compound at Batuan Village. Once there, enjoy a picnic lunch at a characteristic Balinese house before continuing on to the art museum or village market.
For a glimpse of Bali’s famous spiritual life, travel to the Tanah Lot Temple. Built on a three-acre rock, the temple is an unsurpassed place to view the sunset. Or visit the Ulun Danu Temple, located on the crater in Lake Bratan. A notable 17th-century Hindu-Buddhist temple, it is dedicated to Dewi Danu, the goddess of water, and boasts a traditional Hindu thatch-roofed meru, or multi-roofed shrine. Another renowned stop is Kintamani. Bordering Batur Lake, it is made up of ancient villages, each home to a distinct culture.
Call us for information
Call Now For Information (949)335‑9055 or (877)553‑5395 or Email Request to firstname.lastname@example.org