Kaimana and Triton Bay
Rainforest, waterfalls, and whale sharks
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We have selected the very best boats, each with excellent crew members who will ensure you have a relaxing and unforgettable holiday. No sailing experience required: discover a different way to see the world, on board a boat with family or friends.
The coastline south of Kaimana is dotted with bottle-green waters, perfect palm-fringed white sand beaches lapped by crystal clear, each more idyllic than the last. Even though Kaimana is now served by passenger flights, it is still remote and largely unknown territory. Most beaches are abandoned and accessible only from the sea as the forest-covered limestone cliffs rise steeply behind. In spots where there is a larger strip of beach, and the cliff line slopes a little more gently you see the occasional small village. Often these have been built in locations where offshore limestone outcrops create a natural barrier protecting the village from the sea. The waters around Kaimana hold the world record for species diversity. Things that are very difficult to find in other places are commonplace here.