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Cruises visiting Wakatobi National Marine Park & all Wakatobi National Marine Park cruises for  2019

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Wakatobi National Marine Park (the name comes from first letters of its four main islands) lies off Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia, between the Banda Sea and Flores Sea. The Park covers an area of 13,900 sq.km. of which two thirds host tropical coral reefs, but with deepest point one kilometre. Jacques Cousteau is said to have called the Wakatobi islands an “Underwater Nirwana”. Wakatobi has the highest number of reef and fish species in the world. The islands form the largest barrier reef in Indonesia, second only to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.

Of the 143 islands only 7 are inhabited. They are home to dolphins, rays, turtles, whales, 942 fish species and 750 coral reef species. Habitats include mangroves, coastal forests, swamps, mountain rainforests, fringing reefs and atolls. Seabirds include the brown booby, common kingfisher and Malaysian plover. About 90,000 people live on the islands, mainly the Bajau ethnic group, a nomadic sea tribe that lives on stilt homes. Locals still use spear fishing, but threats include overfishing, fish bombing and poison fishing. On Wangi-Wangi Island there’s Mount Tomia for views, Tirta Rimba waterfall, Lakasa Cave, Nirwana Beach, and night star-gazing.

On some of the islands are five-star dive resorts with air strips. Guests not diving go kayaking, paddle boarding, nature walking and kite boarding. Historical ruins are scattered – fortresses and cannon – and visitors can take in local culture – dances, weaving and local culinary art. But people come from June to September for the world class diving, with its majestic pinnacles, ridges, ledges and overhanging cliffs. The sea is clear blue and serene for snorkeling and swimming. The beaches are almost deserted.

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