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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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  • Toronipa Beach

    Toronipa Beach

      Situated in the  Konawe Regency at the eastern tip of one of the bays flanking Kendari, the capital city of South Sulawesi, the Toronipa Beach is a lovely relaxing place overlooking the picturesque Banda Sea. Toronipa itself is derived from the ethnic Bugis  word “toro nipa” meaning “the bending nipa tree” which decorates most parts of the beach.   The beach features about 4km of white sandy...

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    Location: Sulawesi » South East Sulawesi » Kab. Konawe

     

    The Tamborasi River

    If Africa has the Nile as the longest river in the world, one may probably wonder where the world’s shortest river lies. The answer can be found at Tamborasi Village, Wolo District, Kolaka Regency, Southeast Sulawesi Province, where lies the Tamborasi River. Stretching for only 20 meters,the  Tamborasi River is shorter than the 30 meters Ombla River in Croatia which is recorded by Wikipedia  as the shortest river, or  the Roe...

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    Location: Sulawesi » South East Sulawesi » Kab. Kolaka

     
    The Lembeh Strait

    The Lembeh Strait

    The Lembeh Strait in North Sulawesi is world famous for its wonderful, photogenic underwater critters.  In fact  the Strait is only a long and narrow strip that separates the mainland from the Lembeh island. But look closer and dive into its blue waters and discover a completely different world filled with fascinating and most colorful tropical underwater life that is loved for its wide range of small critters.  ...

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    Location: Sulawesi » North Sulawesi » Kota Bitung

     
    Um Island, Raja Ampat

    Um Island, Raja Ampat

    Um Island sits right across the the Malaumkarta village in Makbon, a short distance away from Sorong in West Papua. Makbon is an inland lagoon, located north of the Bird Head Peninsula. Um Island is known as the habitat for bats and seagulls. Bats on this island look for food during daylight, while seagulls fly out at night. Quite the opposite of what we are familiar with.Um Island is a unique getaway if you are staying for a couple of days in...

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    Location: Papua » West Papua » Kab. Raja Ampat

     
  • The Bay of Triton

    The Bay of Triton

    Bay of Triton is located in Kaimana district, West Papua. This area is known for its underwater beauty and cultural heritages. In this Bay, there are 959 types of coral fish and 471 types of coral where 16 of them are new species. The beauty of soft corals is a natural underwater attraction in the Bay of Triton. Here, you can easily find Bryde's whales looking for food near Lobo village. Ancient drawings from pre-history era on mountain sides...

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    Location: Papua » West Papua » Kota Sorong

     
    Jayapura

    Jayapura

    Facing a peaceful bay that once was dubbed ‘a better harbor’ than Ternate, Moluccas by the great British naturalist Sir Alfred Wallace, Jayapura is today the capital city of Papua and  home to more than 100,000 people. The residents of this city come from many parts of Indonesia. Jayapura, located in East Papua, is the starting point for many travelers wanting to make the adventurous journey into the interior of Papua. Travelers...

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    Location: Papua » Papua

     
    Pulau  Misool

    Pulau Misool

    Misool Island is a remote, tropical hideaway, one of four largest islands in the Raja Ampat archipelago, world renowned dive destination in the province of West Papua. Located off the west coast of the main island of Papua, directly bordering the Seram Sea, the waters are a veritable traffic lane for many large sea creatures, including whales. The crystal clear turquoise sea-waters allow spectacular views of Misools sub-surface colorful...

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    Location: Papua » West Papua

     

    Kofiau Island in Raja Ampat – rarely visited corner of a diver’s Paradise

    " ... when you finally see what goes on underwater, you realize that you've been missing the whole point of the ocean. Staying on the surface all the time is like going to the circus and staring at the outside of the tent. "  -Dave Barry   Off the northwest tip of Bird's Head Peninsula on the island of New Guinea in Indonesia's West Papua province lies a unique little island among the Raja Ampat Archipelago or Four...

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    Location: Papua » West Papua » Kab. Raja Ampat

     
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