Be ready for the mesmerizing aerial view of Wakatobi before landing, with emerald-like atolls stretching over the turquoise-blue sea, bathed in brilliant sunshine. The wooden stilt houses of the Bajo people seem to float above the pristine water, close to the white sand beaches.
Wakatobi offers more than 50 spectacular dive sites, which are easily accessible from the main islands. Its high visibility promises excellent diving year-round, regardless of the weather conditions. The underwater paradise can be enjoyed through a range of different dive types—from wall dives, slopes and seamounts to drift diving, pinnacles and channel diving.