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Raja Ampat (literally “four kings”) is a group of islands off the coast of Papua. It's often billed as the last paradise on earth and a scuba diver's dream owing to the abundance of marine life (75% of all fish species and 537 types of coral) along with ...Read more
The Banda Islands are brimming with history. When walking the sleepy streets it's not hard to imagine the battles and skirmishes that took place here under Dutch rule. Cannons still lie around, seemingly in the same place they were left a few hundred years ago. Forts crumble and now ...Read more
After spending a few weeks in and around the cities of Java, we decided we needed a very different experience in Indonesia, consisting of relaxation, beach and scuba. Following some detailed research, we settled on the Banda Islands as our first location. The Banda Islands are a small collection of ...Read more
Due to the distance and the apparent terrible road conditions, we decided to travel from Labuan Bajo in Flores to Kelimutu by air, using Wings Airline (remember the 10kg weight limit), with a flight time to Ende of only 50 minutes. Ende is the closest airport to Kelimutu, with a ...Read more
Indonesia is a big country, a really big country, and that is particularly obvious when you are from the UK, which is vastly smaller than just one of the Idonesia islands like Sumatra. Getting around this leviathon can take time, and if like me you didn't bother planning ahead ...Read more