Guest Post by Karim Iliya: a Photographer’s Perspective of Komodo

Since I was small, before I even became a photographer, I always wanted to see how currents move. There are brief moments when we can see smoke in a beam of light, or ink moving through water, but getting a clear image of how currents moved remained locked in my imagination, until one unexpected day in Komodo National Park, Indonesia. […]

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Gili Banta – Diving Between Bali and Komodo | Part II

Imagine yourself diving inside the caldera of a volcano without ever having to climb above sea level to get there. Gili Banta (Banta island) is an ancient, uninhabited, partially submerged volcano off the Northwest coast of Sumbawa. Very little is known about this island, no villagers live there but for liveaboards diving between Bali and Komodo National Park it’s a […]

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