The Spice islands are officially known as the Maluku Islands. They were known as the spice islands for being the largest producers of nutmeg, mace and peper in the world. The small group islands lies between Celebes and New Guinea and include Halmahera, Buru, Ambon, Ternate, Seram, Tidore and the Are an Kai island groups. The islands have a total area of 850,000km2 from which 90% is sea. The Banda sea. The Banda sea is part of the Coral triangle which has one of the greatest diversity of coral reef species around the world. Most of these islands are part of the wallacea area and are well known for their highly diverse flora and fauna and hundreds of endemic species. This destination is an off the beaten track adventure for real pioneers. Combine nature history and diving all together in this destination. The remote islands bring us back in history and tell us the stories of 500 hundreds years ago….