The Mola Mola, often referred to as the Ocean Sunfish, is the heaviest fish in the ocean. They typically reside in very deep water, too deep for divers. However, every year between August and October the molas, get within 30 meters of the surface off the coast of Nusa Penida near Bali. These magnificent creatures can grow up to five meters long. Since they are almost perfectly round, it’s kind of like watching a Volkswagon Beetle go by. Check out this video!
Raja Ampat is the Holy Grail of dive spots in Indonesia, if not the world. See the video.
A chain of hundreds of islands of jungle-covered islands, stringing off the “bird’s head” coast of West Papua, Raja Ampat is home to some of the most biodiverse reefs on the planet.