Diving Indonesia is to enter the waters of arguably the world’s best scuba diving. There’s an almost overwhelming choice of incredible scuba destinations to explore.
Doing a liveaboard in Raja Ampat at the end of season means rain and wind but also some spectacular diving. Here’s what it was like diving Raja Ampat in June. Read More
With Indonesia reopened to foreign tourists, Komodo liveaboards are back on the water and exploring the scores of dive sites in the waters of the Komodo National Park. Read More
What’s so great about diving Raja Ampat? Here’s a concise rundown of what to expect plus Raja Ampat liveaboards and the practicalities of getting there. Read More
A seven day Raja Ampat liveaboard may seem too short to see all the great dive sites Raja Ampat has to offer, but it still provides a week of unforgettable diving. Read More
A Raja Ampat to Triton Bay liveaboard is one of Indonesia’s great diving adventures. Here’s what to expect from a 10 day trip.
Indonesia’s Main Scuba Diving Areas
It’s one of Indonesia’s greatest underwater environments, but diving Triton Bay is still bubbling under as an essential dive destination. Here’s why it’s become one of places I want to go back to already. Read More
Raja Ampat to the Banda Islands is one of the great scuba diving liveaboard trips – see my detailed trip report on this fascinating region. Read More
Indonesia’s Raja Ampat islands have become one of the most famous places to go diving in all of Asia thanks to the area’s pristine coral reefs and incredible diversity of marine life.
If you want prolonged, up-close encounters with the majestic but usually elusive whale shark, the biggest fish in the world, Cenderawasih Bay in remote far eastern Indonesia is the place to go. Read More
Bali is famous as a tropical island paradise, but it also has a wonderfully diverse collection of dive sites around its coastline that yield many hidden treasures. A Bali Dive Safari over a couple of weeks is the ideal way to enjoy the island both on land and under water. Read More
Indonesia’s northern Sulawesi has one of the greatest – and most unlikely – underwater environments in the world. Scores of fantastic-looking marine species – many of which are rarely seen anywhere else on the planet – are regularly spotted on the barren black sand slopes of the Lembeh Strait. Read More
Indonesia’s Banda Islands are historically famed for their spices, but they also possess some excellent scuba diving around the coast line of this tiny five island group. Read More
Luxury Raja Ampat liveaboards are the ultimate way to dive Raja Ampat and enjoy it to the full. Check liveaboard pricing, availability and book online. Read More
Bali is a world-famous tourist destination but it’s also a largely underrated diving destination, with scores of great dive sites that range from macro wonderlands to big critter encounters. Simon Pridmore explains Bali’s underwater allure. Hear More
Famous as the home of the Komodo Dragon, Indonesia’s Komodo National Park is also one of the most epic places in the world to go diving. Accomplished Canadian underwater photographer Mike Veitch explains why. Hear More