The area of the Indo Pacific known as the Coral Triangle is the center of marine biodiversity and wildlife underwater photography.
Ranging from the Philippines in the north, Borneo to the west, Indonesia to the south, and Papua New Guinea to the east. In DPG’s latest series, we explore the best underwater photography offered in the best destinations. From car-sized fans in Papua New Guinea’s Kimbe Bay to infinitesimal critters in the mucky waters of Lembeh Strait the DPG team will be bringing you to the front lines of “The Best Underwater Photography in the Indo Pacific.
Here’s a list of the articles in the series. But be warned: you will want to buy a one way ticket to the other side of the world after reading…
Part I: New Britain’s Kimbe Bay
Part II: Outer Kimbe Bay and Fathers Reef
Part IV: Lembeh Strait, North Sulawesi
And more coming soon…
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