Timur II : Bunaken Marine Park – Indonesia

While the dive began with no current, that quickly changed and we understand that is typical of the region. The dive was a cornucopia of marine life with pipefish, stonefish, and boxfish seen at various stages throughout the dive. Large anemones were obvious with resident clown triggers and a napoleon wrasse cruised by in the open sea as though it was the supervisor overseeing all activity. Valentini puffers were the highlight of the dive at 18m (60 ft) and swimming amongst a plethora of bubble coral, leather coral and flowerpots, wrasses and schools of anthias rounded out another fantastic dive.


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