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Diving and Snorkeling

Home to over a quarter of the world's marine life, the Indonesian Archipelago is famous for its world class diving and exciting underwater beauty.

Take a plunge and discover an ocean teeming with all types of marine life, from Weh Island in Sumatra to Raja Ampat in Papua. Where else in the world can you get up close to a whole school of giant manta rays and turtles, dive spectacular drop-offs and explore old shipwrecks?

Whether you're an experienced diver looking for a new challenge or simply want to try your hand at snorkeling for the first time, the tropical waters of Indonesia will not disappoint. Plunge into Indonesia's ultimate underwater experience.

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  • Matras and Parai Tenggiri Beaches

    Matras and Parai Tenggiri Beaches

    Matras and Parai Tenggiri in the northeast of Bangka, 48 km. from Pangkal Pinang and 12 km from Sungai Liat. The beach is about 3 kilometers long and its width is almost 30 metres. Parai, a beach set between rocky capes is an ideal location for relaxing and swimming. Local fishermen moor their vessels here aftBeaches er a day of fishing, giving the beach the picturesque feel of a fishing village. 

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    Location: Sumatra » Bangka Belitung » Kab. Bangka

     
    Menjangan Island

    Menjangan Island

    Surrounded by unspoilt white sandy beaches, stunning coral reefs, and enchanting underwater, environment Menjangan Island is a perfect definition of what natural beauty is all about. Located about 10Km North West off the shore of Bali’s mainland, the small island of Menjangan forms part of the West Bali National Park Conservation Area. The word "Menjangan" in the Javanese language means "Deer". According to Wikipedia, the name was given by...

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    Location: Bali » Bali, Kab. Buleleng

     
    Natuna Archipelago

    Natuna Archipelago

    The Natuna Archipelago is Indonesia’s most northerly islands in the South China Sea. If you are adventurous by nature and are looking for beaches that are free from other tourists, then the Natuna Archipelago could be the right place for you. It comprises some 270 islands and has amazing green-blue seas.  Bunguran, Jemaja and Serasan are the three largest islands in this archipelago located in the South China Sea. Natuna is a district...

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    Location: Sumatra » Riau Archipelago » Kota Batam

     
    Ngurtafur’s White Sand Beach in the Kei archipelago

    Ngurtafur’s White Sand Beach in the Kei archipelago

    Filled with charm and a sense of magic, from the beauty of the blue sky, to the endless stretches of sea and sand. Historically recognized as the legendary Spice Islands, the enchanting Maluku Province is home to much more than just mace and nutmeg.   Here in Southeast Maluku, on the tiny Warbal Island in the Kei island chain, lies a peculiar, yet entirely captivating beach. Unlike most beaches which stretch along the coast of an island,...

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    Location: Maluku » North Maluku , Maluku » Kab. Maluku Tenggara

     
  • Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan and Nusa Penida : “Cleaning Stations” for the Giant Mola-Mola

    Separated by the Badung Strait some 15Km off the southeastern coast of Sanur on Bali are the enchanting trio islands of Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan, and Nusa Penida. Here, one will find the pristine beauty of unspoilt white sandy beaches, exhilarating waves, crystal clear waters, stunning natural rugged beauty, and picturesque sceneries away from the vibrant sounds and vivacious atmosphere of Bali’s southern coast.  Beneath the...

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    Location: Bali » Bali, Kota Denpasar

     

    Off The Beaten Track at The Remote Nias Island

    Located west of the island of Sumatra in the Indian Ocean are a chain of islands, running alongside Sumatra but separated from the mainland by a deep trench, they include the islands of Nias, Simeulue, the Mentawai islands and Enggano. Few early trading ships dared to approach these islands because of their forbidding appearance, veering instead to the ports of Padang and Bengkulu in Sumatra.   At over 5,000 square kilometers, Nias is the...

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    Location: Sumatra » North Sumatra » Nias

     

    Pandan Beach: Immerse in the Beauty of the Sibolga Coastline

    Vast stretches of white sandy beach, an indulging sun in the clear blue sky, a cool refreshing breeze, and nothing but crystal clear water all the way to the horizon, these are what await visitors to the enchanting Pandan Beach, in Central Tapanuli Regency, North Sumatra Province. Situated near the town of Sibolga on the north-west coast of North Sumatra, Pandan Beach is the perfect place to get away from the bustling everyday city life. The...

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    Location: Sumatra » North Sumatra » Kab. Tapanuli Tengah

     
    Pantai  Sumur Tiga on Pulau Weh, Sabang

    Pantai Sumur Tiga on Pulau Weh, Sabang

    Pantai Sumur Tiga is another one of Indonesia’s many “must-visit” destinations. It is located on the east coast of Pulau Weh, approximately 15 minutes from Sabang, in the Aceh province, northwest Indonesia. Literally translated to mean “the Beach of three wells,” Pantai SumurTiga was given that name after the five fresh water wells you will find along the coast. The main stretch is situated around the third well,...

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    Location: Sumatra » Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam » Kota Banda Aceh

     
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