There is a reason why so many divers at Wakatobi find nighttime there so incredible.
Wakatobi is known for spectacular over-the-water sunsets, but that spectacle isn't the end of the diving day. After dark, familiar sites take on a whole new look when a different cast of characters emerges from hiding. Divers can catch a boat to favorite sites or delve into the shadows right from the beach. Nighttime can be the right time for a night dive at Wakatobi.
Something under a different light
One of the best places in the world to observe marine florescence is on the reefs of Wakatobi. Not only did the resort pioneer the practice that his now known as Fluo-Diving, it also the ideal environment to see and experience this phenomenon first hand. Wakatobi’s reefs are among the healthiest and most diverse on the planet, and are rich in the creatures that reveal their hidden nature through fluorescence.
Learn how marine life fluoresce under Fluo lighting at Wakatobi on their blog Wakatobi Flow >here.