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Togean Exploration Liveaboard route


The Togean Expedition 8D7N begins with an arrival at Gorontalo. The journey then moves to Una Island, where three dives are available. The next day, the journey crosses the Togean Archipelago, where three to four dives are available.



Gorontalo "arrival not later than 12pm" Whale Shark Day Scuba or snorkeling Crossing to Una Island


will be dedicated to exploring the stunning Una Una Island, where you will have the opportunity to enjoy three incredible dives in its pristine waters. After a day filled with underwater adventures, we will then cross over to the enchanting Togean Archipelago, our next destination.


Togean Island 3 to 4 dives crossing to Boalemo On Day 3, you will have the chance to explore the captivating Togean Island with three to four exciting dives. After a day of underwater exploration, we will then make our way towards Boalemo, taking in the scenic views during the crossing.


Boalemo The walls here are spectacular sites with soft corals and good chances to see a lot of fish like mackerels, tunas, barracudas, surgeonfish, sweetlips, and triggerfish in the blue, especially when the current is running. The vibrant colors of the soft corals create a stunning backdrop as you navigate through the walls of Boalemo. Keep an eye out for the graceful movements of mackerels, tunas, barracudas, surgeonfish, sweetlips, and triggerfish as they swim in the crystal-clear blue waters.


Luwuk or Pulau, you can choose to explore either Luwuk or Pulau Dua. Luwuk offers a variety of dive sites with diverse marine life, including colorful coral reefs and the chance to spot species like turtles and reef sharks. Alternatively, Pulau Dua is known for its pristine beaches and untouched underwater landscapes, making it a great option for those seeking a more secluded diving experience. Whichever option you choose, both destinations promise unforgettable diving adventures.


The Banggai island group is located in the eastern part of central Sulawesi, at the border between the Banda Sea and the Maluku Sea. Most of the dives are on off shore reefs with vertical walls down to several hundred meters. You can easily drift along these beautiful walls, with a lot of gorgonians and black coral bushes, small caves and overhangs. On some fringing reefs you may also encounter larger animals like turtles, groupers and occasionally sharks and rays. The inner islands, the atolls, are more protected for critters like frogfish, ribbon eel, bobtail squid and endemic species like the Banggai cardinalfish.


On our way to Kendari, we pause by this collection of coral atolls with flat reefs and steep drop-offs. Divers conducting exploration dives.Long Cruising following the last dive around 12 noon


kendari Check Out

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