Up in the north, the Bangka Archipelago is a small group of islands that is popular for a good reason: the diving there is simply spectacular (as if Bunaken wasn’t already).
A pinnacle dive that never disappoints, you will circle around a giant column of rocks overgrown with soft corals and a variety of life. Spot the pygmy sea horse.
Volcanic gases rise up from the seabed, making the surrounding water shimmer and blur while surrounded by a hot spring’s warm embrace.
Large schools of yellow snappers join an intricate dance around the rocks, which form perfect hiding places for a variety of interesting sea life.