A Wakatobi Nightcap

Published August 16, 2022

After a fulfilling day of diving and snorkeling, and a satisfying dinner, guests at Wakatobi might make their way to the outer end of the resort’s pier for a nightcap at the Jetty Bar. But for some, the evening’s liquid of choice isn’t wine or spirits, it’s saltwater. A different world Night diving is a […]

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Anthias: Wakatobi’s Living Colors

Published January 15, 2021

Seen from a distance, many of Wakatobi’s coral reefs look as if they are covered in swirling clouds of orange, pink, and yellow. A closer examination reveals what’s really going on as hundreds or sometimes thousands of brightly-hued anthias dart frenetically to and fro. These little fish are so common and so abundant that it’s […]

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Uncommon Senses

Published April 12, 2018

A look at the different ways Wakatobi’s marine life perceives the underwater world Touch, taste, smell, sight, and hearing. Most all living creatures use some combination of these five senses to discover the world around them. But when water is added to the sensory equation, things change. Marine animals often sense the world in ways that […]

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