Dive the richest marine biodiversity on earth
Located off the northwestern tip of West Papua, Raja Ampat is in the heart of the Coral Triangle. It is an archipelago of over 1500 small islands and reefs surrounding the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati in the north and
Located at the heart of the Kaimana Marine Protected Area in West Papua, Triton Bay is the final frontier of diving in Indonesia. The region was first surveyed in 2006 and is still being explored today, with new dive sites located every
A small archipelago of 10 islands, off the south of Ambon, in the province of Maluku.Also called the “spice islands” due to strong culture of nutmeg and cloves. Along these volcanic islands, the drop-offs are impressive,
Home to the Komodo dragons, this UNESCO World Heritage Site has rich marine biodiversity beneath its rugged uninhabited islands. As a scuba diving destinations, it offers two distinct dive areas: North Komodo and South Komodo.
The immense of Cendrawasih Bay is home to Indonesia’s largest marine park and is the only place in the world where it is possible to see such a large number of whale sharks and with such ease,
Remote in the east far-flung tip of the Sundas islands, the diving in Alor is packed with a promise of unspoiled underwater adventure.