Skip to main content

Coral Triangle Adventures Snorkeling Tours


Link to Raja Ampat snorkeling tour

Link to Banda Islands snorkeling tour

Link to Komodo snorkeling tour

Link to Alor snorkeling tour

Spot tail wrasses in Alor to Wakatobi

Tour icon to the North Sulawesi snorkeling tour

Link to Palau snorkeling tour

Link to heart of the coral triangle snorkeling tour

Link to Misool, Raja Ampat snorkeling tour

Link to Solomon Islands snorkeling tour

Link to Philippines snorkeling tour

Link to Humpback whales snorkeling tour

Link to Fiji snorkeling tour

Link to Halmahera snorkeling tour

Tile for Togian Islands snorkeling tour

Link to Belize snorkeling tour

tile for triton bay snorkeling tour CTA

Link to Ambon to Raja Ampat snorkeling tour

Link to Papua New Guinea snorkeling tour

link to wakatobi tour

CTA private snorkeling tours page


Our tours in brief:

Alor, Indonesia: Super lush reefs with amazing diversity and abundance of fish.
Alyui Bay, Indonesia: Mega diversity in micro habitats.
Ambon to Raja Ampat: Best of both worlds, Ambon for the bizarre critters and Raja Ampat for the reef life and diversity of habitats.
Banda Islands: Historic island group with vibrant seaward reefs and big fish!
Belize: Shallow reefs with good coral coverage and fantastic diversity of Caribbean reef fishes.
Fiji Islands: Excellent reefs of hard and soft coral, good diversity of local reef fishes.
Forgotten Islands: A chain of idyllic tropical islands surrounded by clear, warm seas and coral reef.
Halmahera: Off-the-beaten-path destination with pristine reefs and locations.
Heart of the Coral Triangle: Alor, Banda Islands, and Raja Ampat combine to make this the best of everything a snorkeler would want in a snorkel trip-of-a-lifetime.
Humpback whales: Unique and perhaps life-changing experience snorkeling with one of the planets largest creature.
Komodo National Park: Incredible reefs with great diversity plus Komodo dragons!
Misool, Raja Ampat: Gorgeous island groups with colorful shallow coral gardens and steep walls.
North Sulawesi: The critter capital of the world!
Palau, Micronesia: Beautiful Rock Islands surrounded by healthy lagoon reefs all encapsulated by a magnificent barrier reef.
Papua New Guinea (Kimbe Bay): Seaward reefs that begin in a few feet of water and drop off to thousands of feet!
Philippine Islands: Good diversity of habitats that offer many chances for bizarre and unusual marine organisms.
Raja Ampat: Fantastic diversity of shallow marine habitats that expose snorkelers to an enormous amount of marine biodiversity.
Solomon Islands: South Pacific island life with abundant, diverse reefs, big fish, and reef formations that have to be seen as well as experienced.
Wakatobi: Exceptional reefs combined with an even more exceptional resort.