juvenile semi-circle angelfish - coral triangle advnetures
Cardinalfishes congregate around large coral colonies - photographed in Raja Ampat by coral triangle adventures
  Coral Triangle Adventures began 2019 with a bang on a snorkeling trip to one of our most beloved areas
Panoramic view of the islands in Raja Ampat - coral triangle adventures
Wow. That short, three-letter word is probably the most apt term to describe our recent snorkeling in Raja Ampat. Just
Porcelain crab photographed by coral triangle adventures
  Here’s a bit of reef irony, the porcelain crab (Neopetrolisthes maculatus) lives on carpet anemones where they can hide
Juvenile yellowtail coris photographed in Komodo National Park - coral triangle adventures
  Two of my top five snorkel sites in the world, in terms of deliverability, are found on our Komodo
reef squid photographed in Turneffe Atoll, Belize
  Coral Triangle Adventures’ second trip to Belize and the Caribbean Sea was another one to remember. Once again our
Wakatobi dive resort - aerial photograph taken by lee goldman - coral triangle adventures
  Wakatobi is an acronym combining the first two letters in the names of the four main islands (Wangi-Wangi, Kaledupa,
close up of anemonefish photographed in Alor, Indoneisa
  Alor, Indonesia 2018 Trip Report Wow. That one word is certainly an apt description of the coral reef environments
Researcher taking a photo ID of whale sharks in Donsol, Philippines. Coral Triangle Adventures
  Coral Triangle Adventures supports Whale Shark Research in the Philippines Part of the origins of Coral Triangle Adventures began
nembrotha kubaryana, Raja Ampat Indonesia, Coral triangle adventures
  Setting up marine life 'themes' on our snorkeling tours is something we've been doing for many years. Whether it
manta rays gliding over reefs in Raja AMpat, photographed by coral triangle adventures
  Do I begin with how awesome our group of snorkelers were or how fantabulous the actual snorkeling was during