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Diving and Snorkeling

Home to over a quarter of the world's marine life, the Indonesian Archipelago is famous for its world class diving and exciting underwater beauty.

Take a plunge and discover an ocean teeming with all types of marine life, from Weh Island in Sumatra to Raja Ampat in Papua. Where else in the world can you get up close to a whole school of giant manta rays and turtles, dive spectacular drop-offs and explore old shipwrecks?

Whether you're an experienced diver looking for a new challenge or simply want to try your hand at snorkeling for the first time, the tropical waters of Indonesia will not disappoint. Plunge into Indonesia's ultimate underwater experience.

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  • Pulau Tengah in the Java Sea: surrounded by living reefs and colorful fish

    Pulau Tengah, or Middle Island as it translates to, is another must visit spot when touring the Karimunjawa archipelago, located off the northern coast of Central Java.  Measuring only approximately 4 hectares, Tengah Island is a small island. But what it lacks in size, it more than makes up for in exquisite and natural beauty both on land and underwater. Karimunjawa, which literally means “a stone’s throw from Java,”...

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    Location: Java » Central Java » Kab. Jepara

     

    Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan and Nusa Penida : “Cleaning Stations” for the Giant Mola-Mola

    Separated by the Badung Strait some 15Km off the southeastern coast of Sanur on Bali are the enchanting trio islands of Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan, and Nusa Penida. Here, one will find the pristine beauty of unspoilt white sandy beaches, exhilarating waves, crystal clear waters, stunning natural rugged beauty, and picturesque sceneries away from the vibrant sounds and vivacious atmosphere of Bali’s southern coast.  Beneath the...

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    Location: Bali » Bali, Kota Denpasar

     
    Kakaban Island

    Kakaban Island

    Indonesia is a fascinating country in every sense of the word. Rich in culture, natural beauty and biodiversity. Home to the weird, the wacky and the wonderful. And just when you think you’ve seen it all, think again.  Kakaban island is a large coral atoll in the Derawan Archipelago in the district of Berau, off the east coast of East Kalimantan, covering 774 hectares of uninhabited terrain. It’s most distinctive feature is a...

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    Location: Kalimantan » East Kalimantan » Kab. Berau

     
    The romantic Pink Beach of the Komodo Islands

    The romantic Pink Beach of the Komodo Islands

    A clear blue sky above, with fluffy white clouds drifting lazily across. Rolling green hills, covered luxuriantly in thick vegetation, interspersed with high, rocky cliffs. Calm, clear waters, tinted by the colorful corals beneath its surface, and alive with the movement of a hundred species of marine life. Last, but not least: a stretch of soft sand, but not white, not black, but PINK! Pink Beach, or Pantai Merah, as it is aptly named, is...

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    Location: The Nusa Tenggara Islands » East Nusa Tenggara » Kab. Manggarai Barat

     
  • Pulau Maratua:  Dive with Green Turtles and Manta Rays in East Kalimantan

    Pulau Maratua: Dive with Green Turtles and Manta Rays in East Kalimantan

    Maratua Island in the Derawan Archipelago off the north coast of East Kalimantan, is a large tropical island partially encircling a massive lagoon on one end and fringed with sheer rocky walls and coral reefs along the other end.This giant upside down U-shaped island covers about 384 square kilometers of sandy white beaches and mangrove forests and 3,735 square kilometers of territorial waters which contain the third highest level of marine...

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    Location: Kalimantan » East Kalimantan » Kab. Berau

     

    Volcanic Una Una Island in the Gulf of Tomini

    Pulau Una-Una is an extremely remote island adjacent to the Togean National Park in the Gulf of Tomini, in Central Sulawesi, close to Kadidiri island, a world famous dive site.  Una-Una was formed by the short, broad Colo Volcano, whose summit rises just 500 meters above sea level, with a 2 kilometer wide caldera. UnaUna is a lush and scenic island and is indeed a direct result of the Colo Volcano’s eruption. One interesting by-product...

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    Location: Sulawesi » Central Sulawesi » Kab. Tojo Una Una

     

    Dive the biodiverse Gilis at Sekotong Bay, Southwest Lombok

    On the southwestern coast of Lombok lies Sekotong Bay, a very large bay that offers a degree of protection from the strong currents of the Lombok Strait, and for this reason became the playground of many unique sea dwellers. Located within the West Lombok regency about 2 hours drive from Mataram, capital of West Nusa Tenggara, the Sekotong Bay Area is a vast stretch of rough coastline decorated with beautiful white sandy beaches overlooking the...

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    Location: The Nusa Tenggara Islands » West Nusa Tenggara » Kab. Lombok Barat

     

    Dive with the Big Fish in secluded Belongas Bay, South Lombok

    On the south western coast of Lombok Island, beyond Sekotong Bay and about 2 hours drive west from Lombok’s Kuta area lies Belongas Bay facing the Indian Ocean. This is another exciting pristine diving destination that offers the opportunity to meet some of the big fish in the Indonesian seas. The star in these waters is the fascinating Hamerhead Shark. The bay itself is fairly large and is sheltered and scenic with long sweeping white...

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    Location: The Nusa Tenggara Islands » West Nusa Tenggara » Kab. Lombok Barat

     
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