"There is perhaps no spot in the world richer in marine productions, corals, shells and fishes, than the harbour of Amboyna"

Alfred Russell Wallace in The Malay Archipelago.

A lot has changed since Wallace's visit, but the diversity of underwater life in and around Ambon Bay is still breathtaking. Diving is varied with muck, reef and wreck diving in the bay and colourful reefs and walls on the south coast with Pintu Kota and Hukurila Cave as highlights.

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