Surfing & Diving
Fleur Bainger cruises 12 hours west of Broome to one of the world's most pristine marine parks.
It’s a seemingly idyllic paradise where the living is so laid-back it creates a dreamlike reality all its own.
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?
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...