Derawan Islands - Indonesia

Considered to be the third best diving site and one of the richest biodiversity in the world, the Derawan Islands located in East Kalimantan, Indonesia boasts its soft white sand beaches and an astonishing marine life.
The Derawan Islands or Derawan archipelago comprises of 31 named islands. It is also famous for the largest nesting site of the rare giant green turtles and hawksbill turtles which are now endangered species. There, you can swim with the turtles or watch them lay their eggs in the sand. How cool is that?
One of the islands of the archipelago known as Kakaban is considered a nominee for UNESCO's World Heritage Site, not just because it is the world's largest and most diverse jellyfish lake, but also because of unique species of stingless jellyfish which can swim upside down. Really cool, huh?

Derwawan Islands - A South East Asian Paradise


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