Wakatobi is also the name of a national park which is set in 1996, with a total area of 1.39 million hectares, involving marine biodiversity, scale and condition of coral which occupies one of the highest priority position of marine conservation in Indonesia.
In this park there is a panoramic view of the beauty of the underwater world that has 25 pieces of coral reef. Coral reefs can be found around 112 species of 13 families located at 25 points along the 600 km coastline.
In addition to the beauty that is presented by a wide range of coral reefs, the park also has a variety of fish species. Fish species richness of this national park which is owned as many as 93 species of food fish and ornamental fish trade.
For tourists who love the beauty of the underwater world can do some activities in Wakatobi National Park, such as diving, snorkeling and swimming to see the beautiful coral reefs and a variety of underwater animals and also witnessed various local culture.
Hoga Island (Resort Kaledupa), Binongko Island (Resort Binongko) and Resort Tamia is an attractive location to visit, especially for diving, snorkeling, marine tours, swimming, camping, and cultural tourism.