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Dive Destination Travelogue

  Through Indonesia 2008
There is almost no end to the diversity of this vast country: 237 million people, 300 ethnic groups, 17,508 islands and more different animals and plants than any other place. The diving is not bad either. We only scratched the surface.
  Orang-utan, Hawksbill turtle and Komodo dragon from Indonesia 2008
  Mikindani, Mtwara, Tanzania 2005
Would you like to venture where no one has gone before? Chances are that you will, if you visit the bays of Mikindani and Mnazi. Most likely the best diving along the east coast of Africa with pristine reefs and loads of fishes of all shapes and sizes.
  Leaf scorpionfish and lion, Tanzania
  Bonaire, The Caribbean 2003
It's late October! Where to go when rainy seasons, monsoons and hurricanes have set in along the equator? The southern Caribbean, of course, outside the hurricane belt. To an island that even boasts the best shore diving in the Caribbean.
  Spotted trunk fish and slave huts down south
  Nabucco Island, East Kalimantan 2002
The description of this place sounded more like drunken ramblings of a crazy person: Abysmal depths, staggering schools of large pelagics, bounty island paradise. After our visit we agreed that whoever wrote this wasn’t so crazy at all :-)
  School of barracudas and Manta rays from dive trip to Nabucco Island
  Derawan Island, East Kalimantan 2002
Do you fancy cryptic critters in all shapes, colours and sizes? Lots of green sea turtles? Pygmy seahorses on demand? And with enough dives per day to enable you to really hunt for your heart’s desire. Still one of our best dive trips ever. 
  Twospot lionfish and baby Green turtle

Manado, North Sulawesi 2001
Leaflets tempted us with jungle trekking, green rice paddies, volcanoes, rare creatures and a multi-farious culture with dance, music, theatre and art. Oh, and diving capable of impressing even the most discerning of underwater explorers.

Spotfin lionfish and White water rafting
  Deep South, Rødehavet 2000
Rødehavets "Deep South" betegner normalt blot området ned til Egyptens sydlige grænse mod Sudan. Men der er alligevel en verden til forskel fra Sharm og Hurghada. I den sydlige del er det som at dykke med forstørrelsesglas på masken. Fiskene er større og flere, og korallerne er mere farverige.
  Sunset in the Red Sea

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