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Where to Go Diving in the Indonesia

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.

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Ambon Island is located in the Maluku Archipelago, once known as the Spice Islands, nestled between Sulawesi and Papau with Raja Ampat to the north and Bali to the southeast.   Read more

Bali is known for amazing dive sites, beautiful beaches, world class surf and rich culture.  Often referred to as the Island of the Gods, even seasoned divers will be spell bound by the underwater beauty found here.  Read more


Welcome to Bunaken National Park, located directly at the centre of the coral triangle. Created in 1991, the Park covers a total surface area of 89,065 hectares, 97% of which is clear, warm tropical water. Read more

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Located in the heart of the Coral Triangle, its marine ecosystem and rich biodiversity, with exceptional flora and fauna is still a secret gem with so much to be discovered. Halmahera is quickly brought to become known as one of the best diving destinations! Read more

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Komodo is one of Indonesia's most famous diving destinations.  The Komodo National Park is one of the most diverse and rich marine environments in the world. Read more

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The Lembeh Strait in North Sulawesi is world famous for its wonderful, photogenic underwater critters. In fact, the Strait is only a long and narrow strip that separates the mainland from the Lembeh Island.  Read more

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Raja Ampat translates to The Four Kings and represents the islands of Misool, Batanta, Waigeo and Salawati, but there are literally hundreds of islands in this remote area with pristine reefs and breathtaking scenery.  Read more


Triton Bay is one of three regions that comprise the Bird’s Head Seascape which is now considered by marine biologists to be the epicenter of the Coral Triangle and which contains more fish and coral species than anywhere else on the planet.  Read more

Liveaboards in Indonesia allow divers to explore the more remote areas and some of the most amazing diving sites this destination has to offer.  Read more

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