Mari Mabuk Underwater Scenery

The Ministry of Tourism has won support from other government institutions, including the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, to participate in its expanding homestay rejuvenation program. (Antara Photo/Dewi Fajriani)

By : Jakarta Globe | on 7:19 PM November 07, 2016
Category : Snapshots, Multimedia, Photos

Mari Mabuk diving spot in Tomia Island, Wakatobi, Southeast Sulawesi, on Saturday (05/11). In Tomia, 30 out of 48 spots are suitable for diving. Wakatobi is listed as a Unesco biosphere reserve which is an area that promotes conservation of biodiversity and its sustainable use. (Antara/Dewi Fajriani)