>Komodo – Indonesia
>A UNESCO World Heritage site since 1991, Komodo has one of the richest reefs in the world thanks to its privileged position. Located in the heart of the Coral Triangle, two major currents converge here. To the north, the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean, and to the south, the cold waters of the Indian Ocean attract a large number of pelagics looking for food: mantas, sharks, turtles, Napoleon wrasses, as well as incredible macro life, such as pygmy seahorses, nudibranchs, frogfish, porcelain crabs and coral shrimps. Its volcanic sands also have great muck diving.
>Visayas and Malapascua – Philippines
>The Visayas, known as the mecca of diving in the Philippines, offer a wide variety of macro life that will keep you so busy looking for the most incredible sea critters that you won't notice the time pass under the water. You will also have the opportunity to dive with big schools of barracudas, trevallies and sardines, snorkel with the majestic whale shark in Oslob and dive with thresher sharks in Malapascua.
>In Palau, you will experience some of the most incredible close encounters you have ever had — sharks, mantas, Napoleon wrasses, bumphead parrotfish, and schools of barracudas and jacks — as well as drift dives, cave dives and wreck dives.
>Known as the Soft Coral Capital of the World, in Fiji you will experience some of the most colorful dives of your life, with red, yellow, orange, blue, green, pink, purple, all hiding amazing macro life such as nudibranchs, pygmy seahorses or ghost pipefish. Summertime is the best time to dive Fiji. You will experience cold water, which brings a larger amount of sharks and mantas. One of the most incredible encounters you will experience in Fiji will be the hammerhead shark.
>French Polynesia, situated in the heart of the Pacific Ocean, hides under its pristine waters and white sandy beaches one of the most amazing diving experiences that will captivate even the most blasé of divers. Sharks are everywhere, as well as mantas, dolphins, huge schools of fish and, for the very lucky ones, humpback whales from July to November.
>The abundance of marine life in the Maldives can be attributed to the ideal growing conditions the waters provide for the coral reef. They constantly receive nutrients from ocean currents that favor the explosion of marine life. These coral reefs are home to more than 700 species of fish, many of which are ocean rarities. In the lagoons you can find whale sharks, turtles, octopus, manta rays and the giant Napoleon wrasse to name just a few.
>Considered as one of the most beautiful submarine paradises of the world, the Red Sea is also called an underwater Garden of Eden. With miles of beautiful coral reef, numerous wrecks and a vast array of marine life from brightly colored nudibranchs and tropical fish to large pelagics such as oceanic whitetips and hammerheads, there really is something for everyone.
>Truk is a wreck lovers' haven: Around 61 wrecks can be explored both inside and out. Many historical artifacts such as medicine bottles and newspapers along with articles of war, including planes, tanks, guns, gas masks and ammunition, can still be found at many of the sites. There is so much underwater life, however, that even if you tire of the wrecks you can enjoy the dives. There are many excellent reef dives, with pinnacles and deep channels that attract a range of sharks and schooling pelagic species.
>A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1978, the Galapagos Islands have been called a unique "living museum and showcase of evolution." Experience diving with thousands of hammerheads sharks, whale sharks, manta rays, turtles as well as discovering one of the rarest macro creatures in the world: redlipped batfish. Sights on land are also unique in the Galapagos: Watch sea iguanas, penguins and lazy sea lions sunbathing on the beach.
>Experience these incredible destinations on board the Siren Fleet and Master Liveaboards. Both offer incredible liveaboard holidays on wooden or steel yachts with a variety of itineraries from six to 14 nights, all surrounded by their professional, experienced and friendly crew.
>All vessels feature air-conditioned cabins with en-suite facilities and plenty of space for you to relax and enjoy your time aboard. Each yacht has a dedicated camera set-up and charging station with plenty of additional storage for all your extra lenses, strobes and batteries. It is thoughtful touches such as these that make Siren Fleet and Master Liveaboards the best choice for both professional and amateur photographers.
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