Dive in Maratua

    Maratua Channel Maratua, Indonesia

    Usually you will enter the channel at the end of a drift dive coming from Small Fish Country. You can rest a while at the lower rim of the channels entrance at "Big Fish Country".Dive only at beginning high tide when the current is flowing into the lagoon. Sometimes 6+ knots current! Try reef hooks…

    Maratua Jellyfish Lakes Maratua, Indonesia

    Not too many people have yet visitet these lakes. They are smaller than the one on Kakaben but the species differ in color from the jellyfish on kakaben island. Watch out - there might still be some saltwater crocks inside.

    Maratua Paradise House Reef Maratua, Indonesia

    Relaxing drift dive alongside a beautiful reef although some parts have been damaged by storms. You'll see lots of green sea turtles! Visibility changes from poor to excellent within hours - one never can tell.

    Maratua Paradise Resort Jetty Maratua, Indonesia

    Great place for nightdiving! Shallow sandy area with a slight current drifting south. Stargazers, stonefish, pipefish, ribbon eels and so on... Don't forget your camera.

    Turtle Traffic Maratua, Indonesia

    If you like to see green seaturtles this is the place to go. Maybe 30 on a dive. Cool spot for a nice and relaxing drift dive. Also you might see small groups of barracudas, jackfish, stingrays and so on. Take your time to search for critters on the reef. This side of maratua is really nice for…

    Big Fish Country Maratua, Indonesia

    Thisdive site is situated at the entrance of the big channel whichconnects thelagoon with the outer sea. The channel itself is literally swept cleanby thevery strong currents and only the edges are covered with nice corals.The diveusually starts at the outside reef and you are swept by the…

    Shark City Maratua, Indonesia

    Shark City is is similar to the dive site Big Fish Country. It's also a channel connecting to the lagoon. You might see hammerheads andeaglerays. Both dive sites should only be dived, when the tides are right.