Known as the island of the Gods, Bali’s diverse reefs, rich culture and stunning scenery will leave you spellbound. For manta rays, seasonal Mola and drift dives head over to Nusa Penida. Tulamben ...
Featuring calm waters, crystal clear visibility and a variety of dive environments, Central Sulawesi is a paradise found for underwater lovers. Endemic species abound in this biodiversity hotspot.
From the swift currents and manta rays of Komodo National Park to the crazy critters in Maumere Bay, Flores is one of the best diving destinations in Indonesia.
The hugely popular Indonesian island of Java is a land of misty mountainsides and towering temples. Scuba diving here is a joy, where crystal clear water awaits adventurers.
The land of the dragons promises adventure and excitement. Whether you decide on a shore based stay or a liveaboard, you’ll be blown away by the scenery and the dive sites. The sheer abundance of m...
Known as the “Critter Capital of the World” the Lembeh Strait is home to an abundance of unique and rare marine life which thrive on its black sand muck diving slopes. Lembeh is an underwater playg...
The island of Lombok has everything from a towering volcano, rugged cliffs to picture-perfect white sand beaches. Underwater there are pretty coral gardens and staggering pinnacles which are known ...
North Sulawesi is home to the weird and wonderful critters of the Lembeh Straits, beautiful walls in Bunaken and the live volcanoes of the Sangihe Archipelago.
If you want to experience remote and pristine reefs then Raja Ampat is a must. Hundreds of tiny islands and pinnacles breach the surface of the aquamarine waters which are home to everything from p...
For those willing to journey off Indonesia’s beaten path, Southeast Sulawesi provides some of the most colorful diving in the world complete with many pristine and uncrowded dive sites.
Volcanoes, rainforests and beautiful coral reefs, Sumatra has something for every kind of adventure seeker.
Astounding marine biodiversity awaits you at Raja Ampat in West Papua with its position in the heart of the Coral Triangle.
With thousands of unique dive spots across Indonesia, you can find many magnificent sea creatures during a vacation to this tropical paradise.
Common fish seen by divers include angelfish, surgeons, lionfish, and trumpetfish. Divers also come across barracudas and sharks of many kinds - including blacktip, whitetip, and potentially even the predatory tiger shark.
Sea turtles, snakes, octopuses, and manta rays are other frequently met inhabitants of these dive spots - and the luckiest visitors may even encounter dolphins, killer whales, or the world's largest mammal - the great blue whale.
Whether you do one dive or 100, scuba diving the oceans of Indonesia will prove to be a memorable experience.
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