Best dive sites in the Lhaviyani Atoll on the Maldives

Best dive sites in the Lhaviyani Atoll

We love diving at the best dive sites in the Lhaviyani Atoll in the Maldives

One year ago we left the Maldives for good. For three years we called the Lhaviyani Atoll our home. We often think back to the great time we had and we miss the great diving on the Maldives a lot. We dived in the waters of the Indian Ocean almost every day and we did more than 1000 dives in the Lhaviyani Atoll. Continue reading

Eco-friendly diving trip through the Komodo National Park

Eco-freindly diving trip through the komodo National Park

Eco-freindly diving trip through the Komodo National Park

The Komodo National Park is very high up on the bucket lists of many travellers. Especially scuba divers are flocking in from all over the world to dive on some of the world best dive sites in our oceans. Others are more interested in the animals that live above the water, the Komodo dragons.

But how does a small community like Labaun Bajo and the fragile environment of the Komodo National Park cope with this stream of tourists? In this blog post we will tell you more about the diving trip through the Komodo National Park and how you can explore the beauty of this park in an eco-friendly way. Continue reading

Liveaboard through the Komodo National Park

On a liveaboard through the komodo national park

On a liveaboard through the komodo national park

Diving in the Komodo National Park was on our bucket list for a long time. Last week, our dream of sailing on a liveaboard through the Komodo National Park and diving on some of the world’s best dive spots came true. Continue reading

Where do koalas live? On Raymond Island in Australia.

Where do Koalas live? On Raymond Island.

Where do Koalas live? On Raymond Island.

On our first trip to Australia five years ago it took us more than seven months to see a koala in the wild. This time we were two months on the road and we’ve seen many of them already. You wonder where do koalas live? Check out Raymond Island. That’s where koalas live. Koala sightings almost guaranteed. Continue reading