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Banda Islands

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*<see name="Snorkeling" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Day-trips can be arranged through guest houses or locals owning boats. Great drop-offs include Pulau Hatta, Pulau Pisang, Batu Kapal, Pulau Ai and the northern shore of Pulau Gunung Api just off the cold lava stream. Make sure that your boat captain knows the sites and make arrangements for lunch as there are no warungs on most islands!</see>
*<see name="Diving" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">There Because there is only one dive operator in BandaneiraBanda (Bluemotion), diving here is a very unique experience. Consider that many of the underwater world can be seen through snorkeling and you might get to see enough for less money!</see>** <do name="Spice Island DiversBluemotion" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" email="" fax="" url="http://divingbandadive-bluemotion.com" hours="" price="">The only dive operator in the Banda Islands.</do>
*<see name="Climb Gunung Api" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Climbing the highest peak of the Bandas (667m above sea level) offers great views and some vulcanic insight. The trail starts at the few houses on the eastern shore and although it is unmarked almost impossible to miss. Bring plenty of water (minimum 3l per person!) as the trail is continously ascending for around 2 hours. Good shoes are advisable as the path is stony and slippery. No guide necessary but not a bad idea if you intend to climb without anyone else. The current fare for boat transport from Bandaneira to Gunung Api is Rp 10,000 per way and boat.</see>
==Get out==
the prices are not correct as of dec 20122011 -Mutiara buffet is 80.000-Delfika guesthouses are missing
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