The Coral Triangle is a marine area of exceptional biodiversity, and a staggering number of corals – more than 600 – and is home to six of the world’s seven species of turtles, as well as more than 2000 species of fish (including the biggest and the oldest – the whaleshark and coelacanth).
Dawn in Komodo National Park. The mountain peaks that you see – rising dramatically from the ocean like a dragon’s back – as well as the water are part of the 1817-square-kilometre park that was established in 1980 to conserve the Komodo dragon. In 1986 it was declared a Unesco World Heritage Site.
Last month Dunia Baru spent some time around Cenderawasih Bay on the wild north coast of New Guinea island…. Read more »
With 2016 just around the corner, you might be wondering what resolutions to make for the new year. Or you’ve decided not… Read more »
West Papua – home to Birds Head peninsula and Raja Ampat – has just become the world’s first “conservation province”, which… Read more »
The Coral Triangle, sometimes called “the nursery of the seas” covers 5,7 square kilometers across the seas of the Philippines,… Read more »
We have become completely captivated by Myanmar. Yes, Myanmar – what used to be called Burma, not what could… Read more »
This is beautiful. Can anyone watch this and NOT want to travel here?
Komodo and Rinca islands are home to Komodo dragons, which exist nowhere else in the world. We’ll take you onto… Read more »
There was talk about it a few months ago, but now it’s official: Indonesia has waivered the $35 visa fee… Read more »