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Dampier Strait

33 liveaboards
Abundant sea life
Farondi, a captivating dive site in the Coral Triangle, is a must-see for liveaboard diving. With vibrant coral reefs and abundant marine life, it can be explored in a single cruise. Its diverse features include colorful corals, sea turtles, manta rays, and tropical fish. The site offers thrilling topography with walls, caves, and swim-throughs. Liveaboard diving maximizes the experience, allowing divers to explore multiple sites. Farondi's untouched beauty and rich marine ecosystem will leave a lasting impression on every diver

When To Go Diving

Farondi, an enchanting diving location, offers an optimal diving experience during the dry season, from November to April. Divers exploring Farondi will encounter an impressive array of fish species throughout the year, including magnificent manta rays gracefully gliding through the waters, and schools of vibrant reef fish adding a splash of color to the underwater landscape. While Farondi occasionally experiences moderate currents, they are manageable for experienced divers. The underwater temperature ranges from a comfortable 26 to 29 degrees °C (79 to 84 degrees °F), providing divers with ideal conditions to immerse themselves in the captivating underwater realm of Farondi

What to see

Farondi unveils a captivating world of marine life and vibrant coral formations. Divers exploring these pristine waters can witness the majestic manta rays gracefully soaring through the depths, while schools of colorful reef fish, like parrotfish and butterflyfish, create a vibrant tapestry beneath the surface. The coral reefs of Farondi are a sight to behold, showcasing intricate formations adorned with soft corals, hard corals, and sea fans, providing a sanctuary for a diverse array of marine species. Farondi beckons divers to immerse themselves in its natural beauty, revealing a mesmerizing underwater paradise

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