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Indonesia is an epicenter of biodiversity, hosting a greater variety of marine life than anywhere else on earth. With over 17,508 islands and situated in the heart of the coral triangle, Indonesia is a diver’s paradise.

From tiny pygmy seahorses and macro critters to magnificent manta rays and the mighty Mola, there’s plenty to see. Enjoy exhilarating drift and reef diving, fantastic night diving, unique muck diving and breathtaking steep walls.

Tec divers probe the deep trenches and wreck divers love the many World War II relics. Indonesia caters for all budgets and holiday tastes with possibilities as diverse and abundant as the marine life.

Consisting of thousands of islands, Indonesia is rich with tropical oceans, delicious fruits, and impressive volcanoes. Even with the nation’s large population, there are many opportunities to escape the crowds by visiting the country’s outer islands, rainforests, and beaches.

Over the millennia, Indonesia has been controlled by many world superpowers – including the Dutch, French, British, and Portuguese. Since the end of World War II, Indonesia has remained a free nation with a constitutional government.

Because of this diverse history, Indonesia has a unique blend of island culture, making it a unique experience for any world traveler. If you enjoy meeting new people, you will undoubtedly find the locals to be as beautiful as the oceans.

Triton Bay

Triton Bay can be found in the most Southern part of West Papua, which is perfect; it truly makes you feel you are away from civilization. There are plenty of smaller islands dotted around with some fantastic and hidden treasures.Due to the Location of Triton Bay, and the fact that is it very secluded means its the perfect location for tremendous Coral Reef Growth, and nutrient-rich waters. Back in 2006, the Kaimana Marine Protection Area was created and now extends to many other parts of Triton Bay.The are was attracted by its Large distribution of Coral Reefs the provide miles...

Triton Bay

Triton Bay can be found in the most Southern part of West Papua, which is perfect; it truly makes you feel you are away from civilization. There are plenty of smaller islands dotted around with some fantastic and hidden treasures.Due to the Location of Triton Bay, and the fact that...

Flores, Indonesia

Divers usually make a beeline for Komodo National Park which can be accessed from the town of Labuan Bajo, often forgetting that there is also diving off Maumere. In the past, the diving around Maumere used to be outstanding but because of poor monitoring and many incidents of dynamite fishing, much of the reefs have been destroyed. That said, recovery is in process and the muck diving is excellent. Diving Komodo National Park is an exciting affair but does require a bit of diving experience as the area is known for its swift and powerful currents. The water temperature here...

Flores, Indonesia

Divers usually make a beeline for Komodo National Park which can be accessed from the town of Labuan Bajo, often forgetting that there is also diving off Maumere. In the past, the diving around Maumere used to be outstanding but because of poor monitoring and many incidents of dynamite fishing,...

Cendrawasih Bay

In Cendrawasih Bay the main attraction is the resident whale sharks that are found here year-round. The behaviour of the sharks inside the bay area is unusual compared to other locations. They actively gather below the fishing platforms. Here they can take advantage of the small morsels that escape the nets or are discarded by the fishermen. Usually, a minimum of five whale sharks is present in any one dive, making Cendrawasih Bay one of the best locations worldwide to see these fantastic creatures. There is so much more on offer for scuba divers joining a liveaboard cruise. Macro life...

Cendrawasih Bay

In Cendrawasih Bay the main attraction is the resident whale sharks that are found here year-round. The behaviour of the sharks inside the bay area is unusual compared to other locations. They actively gather below the fishing platforms. Here they can take advantage of the small morsels that escape the...

Raja Ampat

Located at the northwest tip of Bird’s Head Peninsula on Papua, which is the most eastern island of the Indonesian Archipelago, Raja Ampat which means ‘The Four Kings’ when translated is an archipelago comprising over 1,500 small islands, which surrounds the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati, and Misool. The Raja Ampat name, itself is believed to come from a legend where a woman found seven eggs, with four of them hatch and become the kings of the four main islands, while the other three became a woman, a ghost, and a stone. Raja Ampat is located in the...

Raja Ampat

Located at the northwest tip of Bird’s Head Peninsula on Papua, which is the most eastern island of the Indonesian Archipelago, Raja Ampat which means ‘The Four Kings’ when translated is an archipelago comprising over 1,500 small islands, which surrounds the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati, and Misool....

Bali, Indonesia

Known as the Island of the Gods, Bali is famous for its beautiful beaches, legendary surf breaks, rich culture and world-class dive sites. Manta rays, Mola Mola (sunfish), schooling fish, an incredible wreck and colorful reefs will leave even the most seasoned of divers spellbound. Accommodation caters for everyone from backpackers to billionaires and when you’re not diving you can enjoy superb dining, party until the sun goes down or zen out with yoga pros amid rice paddies to get in touch with your spiritual side. You’ll find Bali’s dive spots scattered around the island. Many visitors split their time...

Bali, Indonesia

Known as the Island of the Gods, Bali is famous for its beautiful beaches, legendary surf breaks, rich culture and world-class dive sites. Manta rays, Mola Mola (sunfish), schooling fish, an incredible wreck and colorful reefs will leave even the most seasoned of divers spellbound. Accommodation caters for everyone from...

Lembeh Strait

Lembeh Island sits to the east of mainland North Sulawesi from which it is separated by a long, narrow stretch of water known as the Lembeh Strait. With nicknames such as “The Critter Capital of the World” and “The Twilight Zone” expectations of rare and unusual marine life are high. Lembeh’s black sand muck diving slopes are home to some of Indonesia’s weirdest and most bizarre-looking sea creatures and it’s a macro photographer’s heaven. Above water and away from the Port of Bitung the banks of the Strait boast lush green vegetation and jungle packed rolling hillsides which cascade down...

Lembeh Strait

Lembeh Island sits to the east of mainland North Sulawesi from which it is separated by a long, narrow stretch of water known as the Lembeh Strait. With nicknames such as “The Critter Capital of the World” and “The Twilight Zone” expectations of rare and unusual marine life are high....

Wakatobi

Wakatobi National Park is a marine national park, Wakatobi is located in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Rising from the Banda topology it is known as the Tukang Besi Archipelago. A couple of the easiest ways to get to Sulawesi, Indonesia is either from Bali, Indonesia where you are able to fly direct or from Singapore to Sulawesi. Where does the name Wakatobi originate from? The name Wakatobi originated from the four Indonesian Islands: Wangi-Wangi, Kaledupa, Tomia and Binongko become Wakatobi, and since 2005 the regency has been listed as a World Heritage Site and UNESCO Marine Biosphere Reserve. The Wakatobi Resort...

Wakatobi

Wakatobi National Park is a marine national park, Wakatobi is located in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Rising from the Banda topology it is known as the Tukang Besi Archipelago. A couple of the easiest ways to get to Sulawesi, Indonesia is either from Bali, Indonesia where you are able to fly...

Banda islands

Diving liveaboards in the Banda Sea offer a rare opportunity to take a dive trip to a region where the waters have remained effectively untouched. The area offers some of the most spectacular scuba diving in Indonesia, perfectly suited for liveaboard diving cruises. The Banda Sea is an absolute underwater playground for scuba divers The plankton blooms mean the reefs and seamounts are full to the brim with marine life. The Banda Sea is in the very heart of Indonesia, between two other top diving locations Papua and Java. The Banda Sea is also home to a number of the...

Banda islands

Diving liveaboards in the Banda Sea offer a rare opportunity to take a dive trip to a region where the waters have remained effectively untouched. The area offers some of the most spectacular scuba diving in Indonesia, perfectly suited for liveaboard diving cruises. The Banda Sea is an absolute underwater...

Komodo National Park

Exploring Komodo National Park on an Indonesian Liveaboard is a very exciting way for anyone interested in travelling, diving, trekking, hiking, and exploring the mainland or the far corners of Komodo National Park. Either you are an adventurous diver, or traveller, Komodo Islands has something for everyone. With the waters protected by the many Islands in Komodo National Park, it’s a perfect spot for snorkelling and diving. The waters of Komodo National Park, bring a little something for all Scuba Divers, from calm waters with pristine Coral Reefs to Raging Currents, and people searching for Sharks and Manta Rays. Komodo...

Komodo National Park

Exploring Komodo National Park on an Indonesian Liveaboard is a very exciting way for anyone interested in travelling, diving, trekking, hiking, and exploring the mainland or the far corners of Komodo National Park. Either you are an adventurous diver, or traveller, Komodo Islands has something for everyone. With the waters...

Misool, Indonesia

Misool liveaboards offer divers a chance to dive in the amazingly diverse area of Raja Ampat. The island of Misool is one of the four larger islands in the Raja Ampat archipelago and the most southerly. There are numerous liveaboard boats to choose from that operate in the Misool area. The island is made up of the main section of land, where the main town of Waigama sits on the northern edge. The town is very small with only a single track road and some houses and shops, it is, however, the location of the jetty where most people arrive by boat to the...

Misool, Indonesia

Misool liveaboards offer divers a chance to dive in the amazingly diverse area of Raja Ampat. The island of Misool is one of the four larger islands in the Raja Ampat archipelago and the most southerly. There are numerous liveaboard boats to choose from that operate in the Misool area. The island is made...