Welcome to Wakatobi Dive Resort – a multiple award-winning luxury eco dive resort in Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia where you experience a level of care, comfort and remoteness rarely found elsewhere. Home of the world’s most pristine reefs, here is where you dive and snorkel to your heart’s content, with friends or a private dive guide, using open circuit, full technical gear or just a snorkel and fins. Gourmet food, a conservation program second to none and three staff for every guest are other features of this beautiful tropical island hideaway. Wakatobi Dive Resort offers what many consider to be the finest reef diving holidays in the world.
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Our stay in the Wakatobi region was mostly aboard their dive boat, the Pelagian, which we enjoyed. We visited Wakatobi Resort one night for dinner and were impressed with the good food and luxury accommodations. The Jetty Bar was a great place to watch the sunset while enjoying a cool Bintang.
I’ve just added three images of Wakatobi Dive Resort taken by Shawn Levin, an amazing photographer. Our trips are scheduled for 7, 10 or 11 nights, with the trip to the island via a private charter flight from Bali to our private runway on neighboring Tomia island followed by a short (10-15 minute) boat ride to the resort. The charter flight schedule will be expanded to 5, 6 and 7 nights in late March 2011 and there after for greater flexibility. Though its all about the diving, we also offer other activities to enjoy, like kayaking, hiking , cultural visits to local villages, a beautiful white sand beach, a Spa with a full menu of services and as Brad mentioned a spectacular sunset each evening. I’ll be on my way in a few days and plan to add a few more images of our Komodo cruise aboard the Pelagian.
Paula Butler….. US Customer Support, Wakatobi Dive Resort/Pelagian Dive Yacht
Paula, the pictures are awesome! When I get my first big paycheck from BlooSee, I’m there. What’s the most direct flight to Wakatobi from the West Coast? Via Singapore, Manila, direct to Bali? Is there a best time of year to get good conditions but avoid peak tourist season and expensive airfare?
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