The Coral Triangle - Indonesia
Indonesia, which stretches from north of Singapore, east to Papua New Guinea, and north to Borneo, is made up of more than 17,000 islands (6,000 of which are inhabited) and 150 active volcanoes - the most famous being Krakatoa. Komodo Island sits in the lower point of the 'coral triangle', a vast reef area with the worlds largest coral and fish diversity. Almost a dozen organizations are active in the preservation and conservation of these pristine reefs, many under threat by unsustainable fishing practices and globally warmer seas.
Here, the fiery sun slips into the Flores Sea - a sea filled with unbelievable biodiversity, staggering beauty, and a landscape of color.