The Land Below: Borneo

7 Feb

Off the coast of Eastern Sabah, Borneo sits a tiny island only accessible to a few hundred visitors a day. Sipadan Island boasts some of the best diving in the world and is rich with underwater life.  The island is surrounded by a reef wall that stretches over 700 meters into the abyss and is home to scores of barracuda, turtles, bumphead parrot fish and grey tip sharks. This big fish capital of the world truly is “a piece of untouched art” and diving there is experiencing a rare encounter with another world.



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One Response to “The Land Below: Borneo”

  1. Rev. Kelly E McClelland February 9, 2012 at 2:10 am #

    Hi Kate! One of my Indonesian friends liked your photos! Small small world, eh?
    Uncle Kelly

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