Diving in Indonesia has become one of the most popular options for those planning an Ultimate Dive scuba diving vacation. And it’s no wonder! From the most magnificent coral reef systems of Raja Ampat to the “muck diving” of North Sulawesi, scuba diving in Indonesia is truly an incredible scuba diving experience.
Indonesia lies in an area of the world called the “coral triangle,” which spans the countries of Indonesia, the Philippines, the Solomon Islands, and Papua New Guinea. These areas are among the most biologically diverse, as there are more species of coral and fish life living within the “coral triangle” than in other place on earth – and Indonesia is located right in the middle of the action! This makes Indonesia a prime scuba diving destination – one that every scuba diver should experience at some point!
Click on one of Indonesia’s dive regions below to learn more about it and the all-inclusive scuba diving resort packages we offer.
Maluku Divers (Banda Sea)
|Be among the first to scuba dive Ambon before the crowds arrive! Maluku Divers remains the only operational land-based scuba diving service in Indonesia from where to dive Ambon and the Maluku Province. The exceptional scuba diving in the Banda Sea region is simply begging to be explored. This could be your chance – call us today to learn more!
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Misool Eco Resort (Raja Ampat)
|Missol Eco Resort is the newest resort offering some of the best soft coral diving available in all of Indonesia. Located in the heart of the magificant southern area of Raja Ampat divers fantasy of unspoiled reef systems awaits.
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Sorido Bay Resort (Raja Ampat)
|Experience Western-style comforts in a traditional Papuan setting. Located on a beautiful deep lagoon and white sand beaches of Kri Island in West Papua, the all-inclusive scuba dive resort in Indonesia is central to the most spectacular dive sites in Raja Ampat. It is truly the ideal destination for those who want to dive Indonesia.|
Kasawari Lembeh Resort (North Sulawesi)
|Kasawari Lembeh Resort offers discerning scuba divers visiting Indonesia a phenomenal chance to enjoy the macro world of Lembeh as well as outlying coral dive-sites all year round while being pampered by the services of the staff both under and out of water. You get the best of both worlds, a truly incredible experience scuba diving in Indonesia!|
Gangga Island Resort (North Sulawesi)
|Gangga Island Resort is located on the northern tip of North Sulawesi, and is home to some spectacular Indonesia scuba diving. Access to both the local dive sites around the resort, as well as Bangka Island along with trips to Lembeh Strait, and Bunaken Marine Park make this resort ideal for Indonesia reef scuba diving.
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Lembeh Resort (North Sulawesi – Lembeh Strait)
|Lembeh Resort is located on the Lembeh Strait side of North Sulawesi, right in the heart of some of the world’s best “muck diving.” Underwater photographers have discovered just how special Lembeh Striat is with its very diverse underwater ecosystem, so underwater photography enthusiasts will delight in this resort’s stellar scuba diving trips.
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Kima Bajo Resort and Spa (North Sulawesi – Bunaken Marine Park)
|The resort is located on the northwestern tip of the Indonesian island of North Sulawesi. The island offers a wonderful combination of majestic volcanic mountain ranges coupled with fantastic wall diving in Bunaken Marine Park. The resort offers scuba divers diving in Indonesia 19 luxurious villas with sunken outdoor bathtub and shower and 12 spacious longhouse suites. The famous Indonesia scuba dive resort is nestled into a lush tropical hillside overlooking the National Park. It is hard to find a place with such a diverse range of land and sea formations – a must-see if scuba diving in Indonesia.|
Cocotinos Resort (North Sulawesi – Bunaken Marine Park)
|A small beach resort located in the heart of KimaBajo Village, it is a 25-min drive from Manado (MDC) Sam Ratulangi International Airport, North Sulawesi. Cocotinos is for scuba divers and non-divers who are keen on interacting with others in an Indonesian scuba dive resort with a warm social atmosphere and super-friendly staff who will go above-and-beyond to take care of all your Indonesia scuba diving vacation needs.|
|This 57-meter Wooden hulled schooner accommodates 18 passengers and 22 crew members (including 4 dive staff). Boasting 2 500 hp Nissan twin turbo diesel units, this luxury vessel features the worlds largest and most opulent owners suite on a dive liveaboard. The benchmarks of quality, service, safety, style, and experience that this extraordinary vessel set in 2008 still haven’t been equalled, though many have tried.
Detail about the Dewi Nusantara
|At 33-meters long and 8.5-meters wide, the MSY Seahorse is a majestic and spacious live-aboard scuba diving vessel, accommodating up to 16 guests and attended by 12 crew. With a 380-hp MAN engine, the Indonesia live-aboard scuba diving ship has a cruising speed of 9-12 knots to ensure swift travel, so you can have time to experience as much of Indonesia scuba diving as possible. All cabins have individually controlled air-conditioning, private en-suite bathrooms with hot water and plenty of room for storage.|
|The Seven Seas, a traditional Buginese schooner, equipped with ultra-modern conveniences which bring that essential touch of luxury to your Indonesia live-aboard scuba diving stay. Comfortably accommodating 16 guests in 8 state rooms with en-suite bathrooms and air conditioning, The Seven Seas promises you high-quality Indonesia scuba diving and adventure mixed with relaxation. This is the epitome of live-aboard scuba diving luxury in Indonesia. More on the Seven Seas Live-aboard|
WAOW is a traditional 198 ft / 60 m Liveaboard Scuba diving vessel, constructed entirely from Indonesian iron wood using traditional methods, evoking the southern seas, liberty, adventure, comfort, quality and style.
Indonesia Siren Live-Aboard
Komodo National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is home to some of the best diving in Indonesia. Frogfish, pipefish, zebra crabs and stargazers are amongst the critters that can be found around Bima Bay, Sangeang’s volcanic blank sand and Nusa Kode off the south of Rinco Island.