Similar to Raja Ampat yet less frequented by liveaboards, Triton Bay hosts impressive black coral reefs, whale sharks and resident pilot whales. It’s one of the most biodiverse marine environments.
Although it takes a massive effort to reach Triton Bay, the amount of marine life, healthy coral reefs and pristine waters make it worthwhile. The dive sites at this up-and-coming liveaboard destination include protected reefs and unique volcanic formations. Furthermore, scientists claim Triton Bay’s biodiversity rivals that of Raja Ampat. Reports of 350 species of marine life in one dive are astounding. Some fun species include manta rays, whale sharks, wobbegong sharks and epaulette sharks. Because Triton Bay is a remote destination, it is best explored by liveaboard. Typical itineraries last 11 to 14 nights, and the best time to dive here is during October, November, March and April.