Recommended Accommodation in Indonesia

Choose from our selection of hand picked hotels or let us know what your looking for and we'll find the perfect place!

Set in beautiful Baguala Bay, away from the built up area of Ambon Bay, Maluku Repost & Spa offers a perfect island getaway.  Read more

Preferred Dive Centre :  DIVE INTO AMBON

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On Bali’s northeast coast, wedged between the sparkling waters of the unspoiled Muntig Bay and the holy mountain, Gunung Agung you will find Scuba Seraya Resort. Read more

Preferred Dive Centre :  SCUBA SERAYA DIVE

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Situated on a palm-fringed white sand beach, Murex Bangka offers a true Robinson Crusoe style experience.    Read more

Preferred Dive Centre :  MUREX BANGKA DIVE CENTRE

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From the moment you arrive at Murex Manado our warm-hearted staff will make you feel like part of the family. The casual yet classic vibe makes it your home away from home in North Sulawesi.    Read more

Preferred Dive Centre :  MUREX MANADO DIVE CENTRE

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Located on Pulau Siladen, a lush tropical island in the heart of the world renowned Bunaken National Marine Park, Siladen Resort & Spa is only half an hour by boat from Manado.    Read more

Preferred Dive Centre :  SILADEN DIVE CENTRE

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Set in beautiful Baguala Bay, away from the built up area of Ambon Bay, Maluku Repost & Spa offers a perfect island getaway.    Read more

Preferred Dive Centre :  CRITTERS AT LEMBEH RESORT

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Waiwo Dive Resort is located on Waigeo Island -the largest island in Raja Ampat with the Earth’s most diverse marine life both above and below the water.  Read more

Preferred Dive Centre :  DIVE INTO RAJA AMPAT

Diving the best of the best!  Mermaid offers unbelievable itineraries in the Coral Triangle.  Bali, Raja Ampat, and all through the Banda Sea. Read more

Part of the Mermaid Fleet offering incredible itineraries in Indonesia.  Bali, Raja Ampat, and all through the Banda Sea. Read more