WORLD’S CLASS DIVE SITES YOU CAN’T MISS IN INDONESIA
17,508 islands, 80,000 kilometers of coastline, 3.1 million square kilometers of territorial waters, 3,000 fish species, and 600 coral species—all of these combine to make Indonesia one of the best countries to visit for an ultimate scuba experience. Yes, Indonesia is an epicentre of biodiversity that hosts the most variety of marine life than anywhere else on earth. With over 17,000 islands that are situated in the heart of the coral triangle, Indonesia is easily a diver’s paradise. From exotic fish to colorful critters to magnificent manta rays and wonderful coral reefs, there is not much left to be desired. There is exhilarating drift and reef diving, fantastic night diving, unique much diving and snorkeling for the most demanding divers. Indonesia will satisfy most divers with rich and abundant marine life, no wonder that diving in Indonesia can become very, very addictive!
With one of the longest coastlines in the world, there are so many dive sites to choose from. Nothing will take your breath away like Bunaken National Park, here you can discover at least 91 species of fish that are living harmoniously within the beautiful underwater scenery through 20 points of diving spot with varying depth up to 1.344 meters. The sparsely populated Raja Ampat Island will impress you with more than 1.500 islands. With beautiful tropical scenery of steep, jungle-covered islands, pristine white-sand beaches, clear lagoons, ancient caves, and breathtaking diving experience, Raja Ampat is one of the most beautiful island chains in Southeast Asia. Wakatobi is another diver’s paradise with excellent coral formations and diverse marine life. Wakatobi is an acronym of the four main Islands: Wangi-Wangi, Kaledupa, Tomia, and Binongko. Dive and enjoy the wreck of the US cargo ship Liberty in Tulamben. Sunk over 60 years ago, it is among the best and most popular diving sites in Bali. Relax and cool down in Togean Islands where you can hop from one forested golden beach island to the next, where the sea is calm, guesthouses are plentiful, and the beaches are small but lively with genuine hospitality of the locals to sweeten the deal.