The world’s largest archipelago with over 17,000 islands, Indonesia lies across the equator stretching from the Asian mainland in the west into the Pacific Ocean in the east. The spectacular underwater world includes some of the best diving in the world and is well known for its marine biodiversity.
Japan is an enormously varied and diverse country; from the soaring mountains of the Japan Alps to the flat densely populated shores of the eastern seaboard. Divers head to the Okinawa Islands, Japan’s sub-tropical island chain, home to mantas, whales, hammerheads and the mysterious Iseki stones.
Superb golden beaches, lush tropical vegetation, a fascinating cultural mix, mountains and a fabulous underwater world, Malaysia is a must for those seeking that special diving destination. The island of Borneo is known the world over for its natural wonders, unique cultures, wildlife and diving adventures.
Experience a land of 7,107 beautiful islands with lush rainforests, caves and waterfalls; stunning beaches, pristine reefs and a diverse marine ecosystem, home to some of the finest dive sites in the world. The underwater diversity is overwhelming; one of the best ways to explore is either by island hopping or liveaboard.
It is not surprising that Thailand is known as the Land of Smiles. It has graceful people, natural beauty, a rich cultural past that lives on in temples and historical sites, and stunning tropical beaches and islands. It is this combination which makes Thailand such an attractive destination.