Dive Adventure in Indonesia

This Octopus is either a mimic or wonder-pus.  Either way,  it is a rare a cephalopod.  I will be asking the team at the Lembeh Resort to refresh mum memory as they are experts at identifying unusual marine life.

I will be returning to the Lembeh Strait after going on a 11 day cruise on the Damai. This live-abaord is known for the highest standard in service and style, and I have heard nothing but great comments.    I will visit Raja Ampat, Manakwari, and Chandrawasih Bay.  These are remote areas in Indonesia that have some of the most bio-diversity in the world, as well as some good shipwrecks, and a resident group of whale sharks.

I am also looking forward to visiting Murex Dive Resort in Manado, operated by the Batuna Family.  I had the great pleasure of doing some free lance work there in 1994, and consider them as part of my extended family.

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About Doug Hoffman

Portrait and underwater fine art photographer.
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One Response to Dive Adventure in Indonesia

  1. Danny Charlton says:

    Nice work Douglas – looking forward to dive with you soon. Cheers, Danny

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