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It is the smallest, but not the least important, of the world's oceans. It covers about 20% of Earth's surface, reaching a depth of about 2460 ft. Throughout it has more than 41010 miles of coastline bathing amonst other, India and Indonesia, to which it owes its name. Monsoons determine changes in ocean currents so that the suspended particles in the water are nutrients for plankton growth which determine the appearance of large pelagics such as mantas and whale shark, the large ocean dwellers.

Famous for the Arabian Sea and Andaman and thousands of tropical islands like the Seychelles or the Maldives. The influence of the equatorial current creates the existence of various tropical fish and the migration of sardines. Combine your trip with a safari in an African reserve, or, swimming with the whale sharks are just some of the experiences that can be enjoyed.