Diving feels like visiting another planet, and Remote Lands lets you do it in a whole new way. The creatures, plants, terrain, and giant monsters seem so terribly alien at first, and then, slowly, lazing weightless in magical blue, it feels like home. With endless coastlines and tens of thousands of islands, there is nowhere like Asia to see the watery parts of the world.
This week-long journey explores the waters around the renowned Sipadan Island. Moving from the Mabul to Kepalai, dive five small wrecks bursting with marine life. This action-packed adventure will sate any diver’s desire for Bornean underwater adventure.
Japan isn’t the first country that comes to mind when diving comes up, but maybe it should be. This seven-day adventure is a rare cultural treat as travelers journey to the westernmost island in Japan for warm, clear waters. Dive with Okinawa’s hammerheads and the monoliths of Yonaguni.
Dive, snorkel, kayak, relax, and explore on this 17-day journey through the Philippines. Manila, Tagaytay, Banaue, Bacolor, Baguio, Sagada, and several small ultra-luxe Palawan resorts are all on the agenda. Spend nights cruising the water and days discovering the vibrant marine life of these untouched Southeast Asian hotspots.
There are a lot of places in Southeast Asia that claim to have the best diving, but Raja Ampat reigns supreme. This 10-day journey through Indonesia is an unforgettable sailing adventure through the Raja Ampat Archipelago. With 600 gorgeous islands, most of which remain untouched by the modern world, travelers set sail out of Sorong and head to Lenmolas.
The Mergui Archipelago, Maldives, Komodo, Raja Ampat – all have earned their titles as some of the best dive sites in the world. But Sipadan deserves a mention as well, and diver Juanita Pienaar knows why.
There's no doubt that PNG is one of the most exotic destinations in Asia, but things get even more exciting under the waves; diving in Papua New Guinea is a WWII adventure in one of Asia's lesser traveled destinations.
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