Dive in Indonesia

Diving packages in Indonesia

Open Water Course

PADI Open Water Price: IDR 5,000,000 Duration: 3.5 days Ratio: Max 4 students with 1 PADI Instructor Includes: Log book, certification, equipment rental and food & drinks on the boat Not Included: IDR 100,000 fuel surcharge if we go to remote dive sites like Manta Point or beyond Buyuk Schedule:depending on size of group and how quickly students master the skills. Dive timings are dependent on…

2 Fun Dives (1 Day)

NOTES FOR DIVING BELONGAS BAY: Between June and the end of October we require divers to be Advanced Open Water certified with a minimum of 100 logged dives. 50 logged dives are required at other times of the year. -Divers must have an own SMB & dive computer, these can be rented on site but please advise us before your arrival if this is needed. Reef hook and gloves are recommended. -A minimum of…

Discover scuba diving

hello, Thanks for your inquiry. We would be happy to organize your dives. If you never dived or don't hold a dive certification, we propose you the Discover Scuba Diving. It's a one day course where you learn the basics of diving, it starts at 8.30 AM and finishes around 2 PM. It will allow you to feel what diving is and if you wish continue towards the first level, the Open Water Course. It's…

Open Water + 4 Nights

Try something new on your vacation and become a certified Open Water Diver! The PADI Open Water course is the entry level course, accessible to everyone. With a combination of diving theory, pool practice and 4 open water divers, you'll be a regular "Scuba Steve" (or Sue) in no time! We specialize in flexible schedules, thorough instruction and small classes (max 4 students). Combine your…

5 Fun Dives

If you are already a certified diver (open water diver certification level or higher), receive a discount special of 10% when you book 5 Fun Dives with us!

Scuba Diving in Indonesia

Indonesia lies at the center of the world's richest marine biogeographical region! This Indo - Pacific region runs from the Red Sea to the West Coast of South America. Smack in the center of this vast area is Indonesia where the Pacific meets the Indian Ocean. Indonesia, with over 18,000 islands and an estimated 85,000 square kilometers of living coral reef. That's more than 14 percent of the world's coral reefs.

Biologists studying species distribution have placed the very epicenter of this marine richness in an area called the "magic triangle". Forming the corners of this biological marvel are the tip of the Southern Philippines to the north, Bali to the east and Western New Guinea. This region alone encompasses the richest diversity of marine fauna on the planet. Over eighty genera of coral and perhaps twenty five hundred species of fish! ( and still counting) compare that to say the Caribbean with only twenty genera of coral and eight hundred types of fish!

Indonesia boasts more amazing diving destinations than anywhere else on earth. Not only is diving in Indonesia on every semi-serious diver's 'Must do' list but there are also many great places for less experienced but no less enthusiastic divers. Areas like diving in Komodo, diving in Raja Ampat and Banda Islands are becoming known as among the world's best liveaboard destinations, adding to places such as Pulau Bunaken, in Sulawesi which are already established as world class.

 

 

Chromodoris willani

Travel to Indonesia

Indonesia sits on the western edge of the Pacific Rim, a seismically active area known as the "Ring of Fire." This volcanic volatility makes Indonesia a hotbed of biodiversity.

Adventure looms large in this vast and steamy archipelago, where the best of Southeast Asia’s spicy melange simmers tantalisingly. Heady scents, vivid colours, dramatic vistas and diverse cultures spin and multiply to the point of exhaustion, their potent brew leaving your senses reeling.

Rippling across the equator for nearly 5000km, Indonesia offers some of the most diverse coral reefs on the planet. There are over 15 thousand islands with a coastline stretching over 50 thousand kilometers all lying in tropical waters, a perfect environment for coral growth. The amount of coral reef the archipelago contains is far more than neighbor Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Diving in Indonesia offers over 3,000 fish species and 450 species of coral, steep walls, deep water trenches, underwater volcanic mountains, World War II wrecks, and an endless variety of macro life.

Indonesia encompasses more than 17,000 islands, two-thirds of which are inhabited and richly layered with character. On Sulawesi, the elaborate funeral ceremonies and timeless traditions of Tana Toraja are light years from the surfing culture of Lombok. But so too are the mighty saddle-backed Batak mansions of Danua Toba and the volcanic lakes of Sumatra from the mummies and deeply etched gorges of Papua’s Baliem Valley. The resorts and restaurants of Bali pamper precocious style cats, while at the same moment threadbare backpackers are adopted by homestays in Kalimantan.

Indonesia’s cities are in a constant state of urban evolution, where dense populations, technology and construction live in hectic symbiosis. But most of the archipelago’s territory remains unexplored, concealing a wealth of cultures and a myriad of landscapes. Oceanic rice fields and ancient sultanates in Java are humbled by haunting volcanic cones. Maluku’s alabaster beaches and desert islands remain pristine while the tourist trail heads elsewhere. The jungles of Sumatra, Kalimantan and Papua are zoological wonders, revealing impish monkeys, stoic sun bears, leopards, orang-utans and remarkable marsupial.

 

  • Surfing at Sunset - Senggigi

    Surfing at Sunset - Senggigi
  • pigmey seahorse

    pigmey seahorse
  • unique macro life

    unique macro life
  • Macro crab in lembeh

    Macro crab in lembeh
  • Senggigi Beach

    Senggigi Beach
  • tulamben

    tulamben
  • Chromodoris willani

    Chromodoris willani
  • nembrotha kubaryana

    nembrotha kubaryana
  • Chromodoris annae

    Chromodoris annae
  • nudibranch

    nudibranch
  • Clown Fish

    Clown Fish
  • Flamboyant cuttlefish

    Flamboyant cuttlefish
  • Sanur Beach

    Sanur Beach
  • Sekotong

    Sekotong
  • nembrotha guttata

    nembrotha guttata
  • frog fish in between sponges

    frog fish in between sponges
  • ornate ghost pipefish

    ornate ghost pipefish
  • two nudis in lembeh

    two nudis in lembeh
  • Komodo Islands

    Komodo Islands
  • Manado, Sulawesi, Indonesia

    Manado, Sulawesi, Indonesia
  • tulamben

    tulamben
  • Flavellina

    Flavellina
  • Sekotong Beach

    Sekotong Beach
  • denpasar

    denpasar
  • Nudibranch

    Nudibranch