Whale sharks are the gentle giants of the ichthyological world, and their intrinsic value is increasing more and more each day as many a local fisherman sees the financial benefits of keeping them alive for tourists to come and visit, and in some cases even providing part of their catch to feed the giants to keep them close. SeaTrek is taking this to heart and we are running an exploratory trip in March 2017 that will cruise for 12-days from Gorontalo in Sulawesi – where we hope to have an up-close encounter with the elusive whale sharks – all the way down the eastern Sulawesi coast, through Wakitobi National Park, and finishing in Flores with Komodo Dragons. Priced at the low cost of $5,400, this will almost certainly be a sell out, so enquire now for a sneak preview of the as-yet-unpublished itinerary.
If you want to know more, here’s a link to a great article and video where you can watch them cruise around Indonesia.
The SeaTrek Team
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