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Stay at Spice Island Banda Island and aim for the early morning hammerhead
[Unexplored] [Big & Wide] [Endemic species]
The volcanic island in the Banda Sea, which has a depth of 5000m, 180km south of Ambon, the center of the Maluku Islands, was a source of nutmeg and was greatly influenced by the spice trade era. It is an island that feels such a wave, as if you’ve received and welcomed divers.
10-12cm a year, the fastest growing and rich coral reef in the world, a pinnacle that soars from a depth of 100m, a wall covered with orange soft coral, and the deep nature of a river of dozens of hammerhead sharks And the infinite expectation to meet the underwater world will spread.
The underwater world, which was hardly known so far, is now attracting and fascinating divers all over the world, and the island feels in a transitional period, becoming one of the world’s leading dive spots.
Charismatic dives stay on Hatta Island and aim for the Hammahead Shark every morning early in the morning. The second half is a special island hopping tour where you stay at the Villa Resort on Banda Island and dive into the famous dive sites Banda Island, Ai Island and Run Island.
In October, we also hold a banda cruise aimed at the limited-time hammerhead river.
Please contact us for charter base and ships.
The dry season is from October to April. During the rainy season, there is a wind wave and the fast boat that goes to the island does not leave, and only large ferries operate.
In October and November, the condition is stable, the transparency is the best, and the hammerhead comes to the sea.
There is a high probability of encountering a hammer early in the morning because it is in Hatta Island, the sanctuary of Hammerhead.
The inn is simple but surrounded by white beaches and drop-off seas, you can enjoy island time.
The villas on Banda Island have a very good atmosphere and are close to the town, convenient for shopping and dining. The buffet dinner once a week has a good reputation.
In the early 17th century, there was a base for the Dutch East India Company during the spice trade era. Even now, if you go to the market for a while, there are plenty of nutmegs from the Maluku Islands.
The diving style is boat, and drift dives are mainstream along the wall of the drop-off.
1 Atol Hatta
2 Batu Kapal
3 Pulau Rhun
4 Shark Republic / Serua Island