LIVEABOARD DIVING IN TRITON BAY
We are all amazed by this astonishing picture that we all saw from the soft coral emerging from the surface. This is the main attraction of Triton Bay. Triton Bay is home to nearly 1000 different types of corals and marine flora. Another unique experience is the black coral forest unique in the world. Diving in Triton Bay will let you dive with stunning macro and the famous whale sharks sucking the fisherman nets.
Triton bay is a famous location with around 30 dive sites for Macro photography, from ghost pipefish, tiniest pygmy seahorses, cephalopods to large and graceful whale sharks live in harmony with the traditional Bagan fisherman. Triton bay is also famous for its number of endemic species found nowhere else, such as some species of shark and wrasse. We combine this liveaboard destination with Raja Ampat, the Banda Sea, and our special & unique liveaboard from Triton Bay to Maumere in 15 days.
You will dive from pinnacles to shallow soft coral gardens, and huge boulders draped in colorful corals, massive black coral bushes, drift, and wall dives, as well as the opportunity for critter hunting.
Nearly all dive sites let you dive around 20 m as the shallow parts boast the best reef and schooling fish. The waters are so rich in plankton that the visibility has an average of 10-15 meters. You will love diving in the warm waters of Papua that vary from 23 C to 29 C.
An advantage to exploring this area by liveaboard is the opportunity to include multiple dive areas in a single itinerary as well as astounding topside excursions like a visit to the Kiti-Kiti Waterfall, which is at the base of the Kumawa Mountains flowing directly into the sea, or a walk to the ancient cliff paintings at Namatota.