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The Island

 

The Island of Hoga, Wakatobi National Park

For scuba divers, the underwater world around Hoga Island, Wakatobi, offers stunning views of coral reefs teeming with an exceptionally wide variety of marine life.

 

Everywhere you look there is something to tantalise the eyes and intrigue the senses and there is always something new to learn about the reef and its inhabitants. There is also the opportunity to dive with the sea gypsy children who still wear wooden dive googles.

 

There are no roads or vehicles on the island, just a very small village on the northern end. Over the years, Hoga Island Dive Resort has become well known among more adventurous travellers keen to enjoy unspoilt nature at its best with clean budget accommodation, hospitality, good food and tranquility.

 

From the beach you can see the sea gypsy village . It is a lot of fun to visit this village in the sea and take pictures with the ever smiling children.

 

It also has become well-known because of the scientific and research activities of Operation Wallacea.