During our stay at Nunukan island we had unlimited access to the Virgin Cocoa island via this insanely long jetty… The island is stunning, full of palm trees and cute little log cabins. It has a lovely beach side restaurant and swimming pool. Unfortunately for us, the pool was for exclusive assess to those staying
Scuba diving on Derawan, Kakaban and Sangalaki islands.
We spent 4 days diving with Scuba Junkie Sangalaki on Indonesian Borneo’s “Derawan islands” and I can’t even begin to express how special this area is. I love following their story on social media as they are always posting about new wildlife they have encountered; from hammerheads and oceanic mantas, to dugongs and pygmy seahorses.
That time when we stayed in an over-the-water bungalow for less than $100 per night!
My Mum and Dad have recently booked a holiday to the Maldives (so jealous!) and whilst we were admiring, and looking gob-smacked, at the outrageous prices of the over-the-water bungalows, it reminded me just how lucky we were on our recent trip to Borneo. I still can’t quite believe that we were treated to world-class,
Swimming in Kakaban island’s stingless jellyfish lake!
We weren’t only excited to go to Kakaban for the incredible diving; this island also boasts one of the world’s most unique safety stops; the stingless jellyfish lake. After battling through the rain for an hour we made it to the magnificent Kakaban island. Despite the choppy seas, our first dive here was absolutely incredible