A Taste of Wakatobi #2

Published January 28, 2016

Wakatobi’s chefs share some of their favorite Indonesian soup and stew recipes A full day of diving, snorkeling, kitesurfing and beach time can work up quite an appetite. So it’s no wonder that meal times at Wakatobi are everyone’s favorites. Our chefs always serve up a delicious range of international cuisines, along with a variety […]

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Horses, Pipes and Ghosts

Published July 1, 2015

When is a horse not a horse? When it’s a seahorse, of course. Yet despite their equine-like appearance, members of genus Hippocampus are every bit a fish, just like a snapper or a tuna. Ditto for other members of the order Syngnathidae–the snake-like pipefish and bizarre ghost pipefish, which also inhabit the reefs and coastal […]

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Permanently Spoiled

Published June 29, 2015

Why Wakatobi Resort became one couple’s favorite diving and snorkeling destination Sometimes, once is not enough. Each year, Wakatobi welcomes quite a few return guests, and some make a habit of visiting the resort as often as possible. Among these resort regulars are Wayne and Pam Osborn, who now consider Wakatobi to be one of […]

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Playing the Odds

Published April 22, 2014

Survival and reproduction on the reef While diving a coral reef, vibrant and bursting with activity, it’s easy to think of this ecosystem as a ‘magical kingdom’ with a community of strikingly beautiful creatures living in serene harmony. Yet, the appearance of serenity is a facade. Life within this coral metropolis can be very difficult. It’s […]

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