Dive in Indonesia

    Crystal Bay

    Crystal Bay Nusa Lembongan, Indonesia

    Visibility at Crystal bay can reach 40m+ on a good day, It is certainly one of the areas most popular dive sites and is a favourite of the visiting Mola Mola (Ocean Sunfish) at the right time of year.It also boasts a healthy reef, an interesting cave, golden sand, huge coral bommies and incredibly…
    Mola Mola at Crystal Bay

    Crystal Bay Nusa Lembongan, Indonesia

    Visibility at Crystal bay can reach 40m+ on a good day, It is certainly one of the areas most popular dive sites and is a favourite of the visiting Mola Mola (Ocean Sunfish) at the right time of year.It also boasts a healthy reef, an interesting cave, golden sand, huge coral bommies and incredibly…

    Angel Window Pulau Lembeh, Indonesia

    Angel Window is one of the most popular of the Lembeh island sites, this is a twin-peaked pinnacle that comes within a meter of the surface. A large cave offers a swim-through for divers on the deep end of the pinnacle, from 24 metres down to 32 metres in depth. One side is a Coral slope leveling…
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    Batee Tokong Pulau Weh, Indonesia

    From the surface to about 25 m deep. Here begins a flat stage, great marine life with fan corals.Napoleon, large Grouper and black-tipped reef sharks.
    Octopus @ Tokong

    Batee Tokong Pulau Weh, Indonesia

    From the surface to about 25 m deep. Here begins a flat stage, great marine life with fan corals.Napoleon, large Grouper and black-tipped reef sharks.
    Turtle @ Tokong

    Batee Tokong Pulau Weh, Indonesia

    From the surface to about 25 m deep. Here begins a flat stage, great marine life with fan corals.Napoleon, large Grouper and black-tipped reef sharks.
    Giants morays & cleaner shrimp - Sept 2013

    Batee Tokong Pulau Weh, Indonesia

    From the surface to about 25 m deep. Here begins a flat stage, great marine life with fan corals.Napoleon, large Grouper and black-tipped reef sharks.

    Batee Tokong Pulau Weh, Indonesia

    From the surface to about 25 m deep. Here begins a flat stage, great marine life with fan corals.Napoleon, large Grouper and black-tipped reef sharks.

    Batee Tokong Pulau Weh, Indonesia

    From the surface to about 25 m deep. Here begins a flat stage, great marine life with fan corals.Napoleon, large Grouper and black-tipped reef sharks.

    Batee Tokong Pulau Weh, Indonesia

    From the surface to about 25 m deep. Here begins a flat stage, great marine life with fan corals.Napoleon, large Grouper and black-tipped reef sharks.

    Batee Tokong Pulau Weh, Indonesia

    From the surface to about 25 m deep. Here begins a flat stage, great marine life with fan corals.Napoleon, large Grouper and black-tipped reef sharks.

    Batee Tokong Pulau Weh, Indonesia

    From the surface to about 25 m deep. Here begins a flat stage, great marine life with fan corals.Napoleon, large Grouper and black-tipped reef sharks.

    Batee Tokong Pulau Weh, Indonesia

    From the surface to about 25 m deep. Here begins a flat stage, great marine life with fan corals.Napoleon, large Grouper and black-tipped reef sharks.

    Blue Lagoon Amuk Bay, Indonesia

    Great place for night diving and photography. This is a crowded snorkelling site!
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    Fiabacet Raja Ampat, Indonesia

    Fiabacet is a group of 3 dive spots (Fiabacet 1-3) which are around a group of 3 small rock islands.The walls have a dense cover of soft and hard coral, sponges, fans and whip corals. There is a lot of macro life to be discovered, but there is also a lot of fish, turtles,cuttle fish and squids.These…

    Gili Tepekong - Toilet Bowl Amuk Bay, Indonesia

    Baby Turtle at Shark Point

    Shark Point Gili Trawangan, Indonesia

    Shark Point east of Gili Trawangan is a popular dive spot in the mornings. This dive site consists of different levels (24m, 20m, 18m); it starts with a slope out of hard and soft corals, the "native country" of green and hawksbill turtles.The different levels are sandy areas with small coral blocks…
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    Jemeluk Amed, Indonesia

    The boat in 1930's

    Sophie Rickmers Wreck Pulau Weh, Indonesia

    The Sophie Rickmers is a 134 m long impressive wreck. During World War II, the Sophie Rickmers was requisitioned by the Dutch. On May 10, 1940 the crew sunk the ship.The wreck now lies in 55 of water. This is a deep dive for advanced divers. The wheelhouse is 37 m deep, the decks around 45 m deep.…
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    USS Liberty Wreck Tulamben, Indonesia

    The USAT Liberty is one of Bali's most famous dive site.USAT Liberty Glo, a United States Army Transport, was built at the Hog Island emergency shipyard in Philadelphia during World War I, but was completed after the November 1918 armistice. Shortly after the U.S. entry into World War II, Liberty…
    Sharks in Batu Bolong

    Batu Bolong Labuhan Bajo, Indonesia

    Also within Komodo National Park borders Batu Bolong is a tiny rock island in the strait between Tatawa and Komodo, definitely one of the very best Komodo has to offer. This area is undamaged because the current and topography (steep walls) makes it impossible for local fishermen to use their…
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    Batu Bolong Labuhan Bajo, Indonesia

    Also within Komodo National Park borders Batu Bolong is a tiny rock island in the strait between Tatawa and Komodo, definitely one of the very best Komodo has to offer. This area is undamaged because the current and topography (steep walls) makes it impossible for local fishermen to use their…
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    Batu Bolong Labuhan Bajo, Indonesia

    Also within Komodo National Park borders Batu Bolong is a tiny rock island in the strait between Tatawa and Komodo, definitely one of the very best Komodo has to offer. This area is undamaged because the current and topography (steep walls) makes it impossible for local fishermen to use their…

    Batu Bolong Labuhan Bajo, Indonesia

    Also within Komodo National Park borders Batu Bolong is a tiny rock island in the strait between Tatawa and Komodo, definitely one of the very best Komodo has to offer. This area is undamaged because the current and topography (steep walls) makes it impossible for local fishermen to use their…

    Karang Makasar - Manta Point Komodo, Indonesia

    The reef does not have much in the way of Coral or fish life however this location is a Manta Ray aggregation site. The best way to find the Manta Rays is to cruise along the Eastern face of the reef until you see them at the surface. The best time is during rising tide when there sometimes can be…

    Nudi Retreat Pulau Lembeh, Indonesia

    The most heavily-dived site in the strait, this is a lovely Coral amphitheater in the shallows. It turns into a sand slope with encrusted boulders down below and two walls stretching out to either side sporting healthy soft Coral growth right up to only 2 metres in depth. The prime attraction here…

    Jari-Jari Pulau Lembeh, Indonesia

    A continuation of the more popular Jahir, this is a wide expanse of shallow sand littered with Sponges and small bommies. This site has a steep sand slope leading down to an excellent cleaning station occupying a single large rock down at 26 metres. Though not as crowded with critters in comparison…

    Tanjung Kubur Pulau Lembeh, Indonesia

    A newer site also known as Cemetery Point, this is another sand slope with large healthy bommies to the South and excellent Coral gardens to the North. There have been Rhinopias, Pontohi Pygmy Seahorses and Halimeda Ghost Pipefish seen here.
    Manta Ray

    Manta Bay Nusa Lembongan, Indonesia

    If you would like to experience Mantas up close and personal then this is the place. On a good day you could be surrounded by up to twenty feeding Mantas. The Mantas are attracted by the large quantities of plankton that collect in the corners of the bay and come here for their daily feed. If you're…
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    Manta Bay Nusa Lembongan, Indonesia

    If you would like to experience Mantas up close and personal then this is the place. On a good day you could be surrounded by up to twenty feeding Mantas. The Mantas are attracted by the large quantities of plankton that collect in the corners of the bay and come here for their daily feed. If you're…

    Secret Jetty Amuk Bay, Indonesia

    A poorly planned and executed tourism project gave us this truly magnificent dive spot. This jetty was originally built to be used for the ferries connecting Bali and Lombok and to attract cruise ships to stop here, too. However, the site proved to be too shallow for bigger ships - and has since…
    Eagle Ray with Legend Diving

    Blue Corner Nusa Lembongan, Indonesia

    Just in front of Nusa Lembongan, the Blue Corner dive site is the most adventurous and exciting dive site in the whole Nusa Penida region. Suitable only for the most experienced divers, the uncontrolled cold currents will give you an adrenaline rush as you descend the several coral wall slopes,…

    Siaba Kecil andBesar Labuhan Bajo, Indonesia

    Also within Komodo National Park borders. This looks like an Airstrip: the strangest dive site in the park! A very long stone rubble road stretching forever along the East coast of Komodo. It gently slopes off and has big Coral heads at intervals along the road, where you can shelter behind from the…

    Siaba Kecil andBesar Labuhan Bajo, Indonesia

    Also within Komodo National Park borders. This looks like an Airstrip: the strangest dive site in the park! A very long stone rubble road stretching forever along the East coast of Komodo. It gently slopes off and has big Coral heads at intervals along the road, where you can shelter behind from the…
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    Batu Kelebit Tulamben, Indonesia

    Big pelagic dive site: Tunas, sharks, manta rays, barracudas, sunfishes (if lucky)

    Kubu Tulamben, Indonesia

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    Manta Point Nusa Penida, Indonesia

    Manta Point is a diving site with gray reefs, reef white tips, silver-tips and numerous sharks. While Penida Bay is another anchorage, and the rocky islands have an interesting forms; something like an old resting elephant. The bay is vulnerable to swell, creating-up-and-down-currents. Then, Manta…

    Air Manis Ambon Bay, Indonesia

    Air Manis is one of the best muck diving sites in Indonesia.The dive is in the area of a pier which is used to load and unload fishing boats. The pier and its surrounding is full of interesting macro live.In November 2008 several giant frogfish, flmboyant cuttlefish, pipefish, ghostpipe fish,…

    Air Prang Pulau Lembeh, Indonesia

    Air Prang is probably one of the most interesting sites at Lembeh Strait. The name literally means 'War Water', referring to the jetty offering fresh water from an uphill aquifer, exploited by the Japanese during WW2. This is an expansive shallow sand slope, more popular for night diving, especially…
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    Alam Batu Housreef Tulamben, Indonesia