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Ambon Diving Guide

Ambon Diving Guide

Contributors Sarah and James’ guide to Ambon, Indonesia.   We first heard of Ambon whilst heading to the Banda Islands, as you connect from Ambon to Banda via a ferry, so you can do both as part of your itinerary. We were told Ambon is fantastic for ‘muck diving’ and it cannot be missed so…

Bira Indonesia Travel & Diving Guide

Bira Indonesia Travel & Diving Guide

Contributors Sarah and James’ guide to diving in Bira, Indonesia.   We can’t get enough of Indonesia, it’s one of our favourite countries yet. The oceans are packed with life for some of the best diving in the world, and there’s so much to see on land too. We’ve been to North Sulawesi for some…

Banda Islands Diving Guide

Banda Islands Diving Guide

Contributors Sarah and James’ guide to diving in the Banda Islands.   The Banda Islands in Maluku is a cluster of ten remote volcanic islands in the Banda Sea. Its beauty and history drew us in immediately and it definitely ranks as one of our most loved trips to date.     Banda Diving We’re…

Komodo Diving Guide

Komodo Diving Guide

A Lovely Planet contributors Sarah & James spent Christmas and New Year in Komodo, home to the largest land dragons in the world and thrill-seeking diving!   Komodo, Indonesia We’d heard from so many people on our travels that we must go to Komodo for some crazy current dives and to swim with the Mantas….

Borneo Itinerary – Two Weeks

Borneo Itinerary – Two Weeks

A Lovely Planet contributors Sarah and James give their perfect two week Borneo itinerary.   Kota Kinabalu (Four Days) Getting There Hop on an easy two and a half hour flight into Kota Kinabalu (KK) from Kuala Lumpur (KL). You can also do this itinerary in reverse by flying in to Tawau first which is…

South Pacific Island Hopping – A Guide to Travelling In & Between French Polynesia, Samoa & The Cook Islands

South Pacific Island Hopping – A Guide to Travelling In & Between French Polynesia, Samoa & The Cook Islands

For as long as I can remember I’ve been obsessed with the South Pacific. It’s not just the white sand beaches and turquoise water, but the culture and traditions that always intrigued me. I visited Fiji 10 years ago and loved it, so when Enrico and I were discussing which places we wanted to visit…

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