Out of all the incredible places to SCUBA dive in the world, one that should not be missed is Wakatobi. An archipelago of Indonesian islands, the name Wakatobi is a mash-up of the four main islands that comprise the Tukangbesi Islands: Wangiwangi, Kaledupa, Tomea, and Binongko. This conglomeration of islands is a biodiversity hot spot, with nearly 400 species of coral within the Wakatobi National Park alone. More than 43 dive sites can be found around Wakatobi, and divers can expect to see all manner of exotic marine species, including blue-ringed octopus, pygmy seahorses, nudibranchs of all sizes and colors, and so many more. Check out this extensive footage into the colorful underwater paradise of Wakatobi.
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