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The Forgotten Islands 2025

  • Departs: October 9th, 2025
  • Returns: October 27th, 2025

About the Forgotten Islands – Arenui Liveaboard – October 2025 Trip

Diving in the Forgotten Islands you can expect to find plenty of rare and unusual critters and stunning corals, but you will also have fantastic opportunities for pelagic sightings and schools of larger fish such as barracuda and mackerel, as well as the chance to meet schooling hammerhead sharks.

Dive sites in the Forgotten Islands are in the Banda Sea and are particularly noticeable for the crystal clear blue sea, deep walls and huge sponges. The stunning walls of the Banda Sea are beautiful and healthy due to the isolation of these areas. The sunlight in the shallows of the dive sites light up the ‘Dancing Anthias’ that really look like someone is throwing up ‘confetti fish’!

* * Fuel charges, taxes, increases in air fare and permits are not under our control. We do our best to anticipate these costs in advance, but we respectfully advise that prices can change based on market fluctuation.

Forgotten Islands – Arenui Liveaboard – October 2025 Room Options

  • Master Suite

    • Deluxe Cabin

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      Forgotten Islands – Arenui Liveaboard – October 2025 Trip Amenities

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      • Diving Included

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