The Widi Reserve is the most pristine coral atoll archipelago left on Earth.

Located in the heart of the Coral Triangle, Far East Indonesia, this vast uninhabited wilderness encompasses a 315,000 ha Marine Protected Area with over 100 uninhabited tropical islands, 2,500 ha of rainforests and mangroves, 7 glistening turquoise lagoons and 150 KM of white sand beaches, thriving coral reefs and deep nutrient-rich waters.  The Widi Reserve is a home, breeding ground and migration route for the giants of the seas including blue whales, whale sharks, giant mantas and more.