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Papua Explorers Resort – Raja Ampat

Papua Explorers Resort is located in the heart of Raja Ampat. Papua Explorers is an eco resort located in the south of Gam island. More precisely, they are just along the coast of worldwide renowned Dampier Strait. That means close to the most famous Raja Ampat scuba diving and snorkeling sites. Their spacious overwater bungalows are designed to be in perfect harmony with the exotic surrounding, allowing the guests to feel the breeze from the rainforests, enjoy the songs of the tropical birds and soothe their souls with the flutter of the waves. After a long day of diving or snorkeling our sundeck and spa on the main jetty is another great place to enjoy the sunset and beautiful tropical scenery of Raja Ampat.

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Infiniti

The Infiniti is a 133-foot steel hulled yacht. Its 11 cabins are newly renovated each with a private bath. Each room has an en-suite bathroom with shower and a large picture window or a porthole. Guests can relax in the spacious indoor lounge, the outdoor lounge and the massive sundeck with cushioned loungers and hammocks. The perfect place for relaxation, sunbathing, yoga, evening BBQ’s or stargazing. Freshly prepared meals and snacks are served in the indoor dining area.

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Black Pearl Explorer

At 46 meters (153 feet) in length, the M/Y Black Pearl Explorer  is spacious and sophisticated with state-of-the-art amenities. Accommodating up to 22 divers, this luxury vessel has 11 staterooms split into two Master Seaview Staterooms, four main deck deluxe ocean view staterooms, and six lower deck standard cabins. All cabins have an ocean view, some with large windows, some with portholes. As well, all cabins feature two twin beds, air conditioning, LED TV, in-room entertainment, high-quality linens, pillows and towels, wireless charging pods, 110 V universal electricity sockets with USB ports, reading lights, electric water kettle, safe box, and ensuite bathrooms.

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Siladen Resort & Spa – North Sulawesi

Built in 2001 Siladen Resort & Spa is an exclusive boutique dive resort located on Pulau Siladen, a lush tropical island in the heart of the Bunaken National Marine Park, a protected ocean area known worldwide for the richness of its waters and epicentre of global marine biodiversity. The property is located on the western side of the island on a 300 meters long stretch of white coral reef beach facing the Manado Tua volcano. Located in the heart of Bunaken National Marine Park, they have easy access to over 50 world class dive sites, of which, more than half are also excellent snorkelling sites. Surrounding the 5 islands of Bunaken Marine Park are shallow reefs which make for excellent and varied snorkelling, before the water dramatically plummets deeper. Most sites surrounding the islands are either vertical walls or steep slopes, although there are a few exceptions. The sites along the North Sulawesi mainland are mostly dark sandy slopes mixed with healthy and vibrant coral reefs, and there are some fantastic shallow reefs for snorkellers too. A World War II era shipwreck is also available for experienced divers.

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East Bay Resort

East Bay Resort is located in the Turks and Caicos on the quintessentially Caribbean island of South Caicos. They are a beachfront resort, and the vast majority of their 86 beachfront suites feature views of the Caribbean Sea and the sugar-white sands of East Bay Beach. The peaceful setting makes East Bay Resort an ideal place to unwind, rejuvenate, and enjoy effortless relaxation. Adventurous guests have no shortage of options though, and their location within the Admiral Cockburn Land and Sea National Park provides easy access to diving, snorkeling, kayaking, and fishing.

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Cocotinos Lembeh – North Sulawesi

Cocotinos Lembeh, A Boutique Dive Lodge, faces a quaint little island where lively village children dive and swim, and while relaxing in their restaurant and bar, you can enjoy a cocktail with sweeping views across the sea towards the stunning lime stone hills of the Lembeh Strait. Cocotinos Lembeh is 50 km from Sam Ratulangi International airport and it takes between 1.5 to 2 hours to get there by car. The Tangkoko National Park, where one can see tarsiers, black macaques and “cuscus” (brown sloths), is merely an hour’s drive from the lodge. The Lembeh Strait is very popular for muck diving, and fronting the lodge are some of the most popular dive sites, namely Makawidey, Jahir and Nudi Retreat. The dive center is fully equipped, nitrox is on offer and well-designed fiberglass dive boats make diving safe and fun.

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Cozumel Hotel & Resort

Cozumel Hotel & Resort, Trademark Collection By Wyndham is one mile away from the charming and recently renovated center square where you will find dozens of authentic local shops and restaurants and bars. Enjoy the abundance of on-premise activities such as snorkeling, kayaking, pool games and shore diving.

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Jungle Bay Resort

Jungle Bay Resort is a natural sanctuary featuring tropical fruit trees and lush forests. Jungle Bay features tastefully designed stone and hardwood villas overlooking the marine sanctuary of Scotts Head and Soufriere. The hotel resort is nestled within beautiful forests of tropical trees, banana plants and flowers, and in harmony with nature. Villas are spacious, luxurious, featuring luxury furnishings. Access the units through footpaths allowing you to explore the tropical plant life along the way to your private villa.