The absolute epicentre of diversity on the planet. There is more marine life found here than any where else. Over 3,000 fish species and 600 species of coral, steep walls, deep water trenches, underwater volcanic mountains, World War II wrecks, and a seemingly endless variety of colourful macro life, scuba diving in Indonesia's warm waters is truly excellent.
WHY WE LOVE DIVING IN INDONESIA
The pristine reefs of Raja Ampat
Lembeh Strait - best muck diving in the world
Komodo National Park is a must
Winter average of 24°C / 75°F
Summer average of 33°C / 91°F
Rainy season December to March
Flights from LONDON
17 1/2 hours
GMT + 8 hours
No visa required
Bahasa Indonesia and English
Indonesia Rupiah and US Dollar
Diving in Indonesia
Indonesia offers endless possibilities with its unsurpassed biodiversity. A few of our favourite diving destinations include Bunaken with its macro life and colossal walls. Sharks, eagle rays and turtles are often seen around this relaxed island.
Lembeh Strait is known as the Muck Capital of the World. With unique and rare critters to be found on every dive. Bali is truly the Island of the Gods. Manta rays and the unusual Mola are found around Nusa Penida. Wreck fans can head to the Tulamben and the north coast of Bali offers amazing reefs and walls.
Komodo offers not only great dive sites but also topside adventures. Take a walk with a Komodo dragon then be amazed by the abundance of marine life underwater. Raja Ampat is remote lending to some of the most pristine reefs which are home to the elusive pygmy seahorse. Triton Bay is truly the land that time forgot.
Come dive with us in Indonesia and see all it has to offer.
With over 13,500 tropical and often deserted islands with the Indian Ocean to the west and Pacific Ocean to the east, Indonesia is one of the most beautiful places on earth.
22 to 28°C / 72 to 83°F
20m+ / 65ft+ average