Surfing & Diving
Fleur Bainger cruises 12 hours west of Broome to one of the world's most pristine marine parks.
Huts on stilts perch above the coral of the turquoise lagoon, hammocks awaiting a lazy siesta and sunset cocktails. The Indonesian archipelago of Raja Ampat is a living Eden. But for how long?
It’s a seemingly idyllic paradise where the living is so laid-back it creates a dreamlike reality all its own.
Lance Richardson discovers diving caves and a beach cabana beyond the bristling high-rise of Cancun.
Raja Ampat, a remote pearl of Asia between the Pacific and Indian oceans in eastern Indonesia’s Papua province has remained a closely guarded secret and one of the last frontiers of tourism, known...