Wakatobi is an Indonesian archipelago of four islands famed for its rich marine biodiversity as well as breathtaking coastal scenery. With balmy waters that are home to beautiful coral reefs and a plethora of marine creatures, it is ideal for snorkeling and scuba diving enthusiasts. Discover an amazing ecosystem that ranges from mountain rainforests and cave systems to mangrove forests and coral reefs that make up the UNESCO designated Wakatobi Biosphere Reserve. A wealth of marine flora and fauna await nature enthusiasts at the Wakatobi National Park. Historic forts and colonial structures too are dotted through the region, bearing witness to a rich variegated past. Hoga Island offers a peaceful haven apart from beautiful vantage points for catching the sunset, such as the Kahyangan Summit. One of the least light-polluted parts of the world, the region is known for unparalleled views of the night sky and Milky Way.