Where to Go Diving in Indonesia

There is so much to explore on a diving holiday to Indonesia. From the highest marine biodiversity on earth in Raja Ampat to the critters of North Sulawesi to dragons of Komodo. Here are our top picks:

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Far East > Indonesia

Bali and Lombok have great variety for divers including wreck diving, muck diving, mantas and even a chance to encounter the extraordinary mola mola. Read more

Raja Ampat

Far East > Indonesia

Raja Ampat just happens to sit right on the bullseye of the Coral Triangle, which is the area of highest marine biodiversity on earth. With more species of fish and coral than anywhere else on our planet, the diving here is jaw-dropping. Read more

Northern Sulawesi

Far East > Indonesia

North Sulawesi is home to some of the best macro life on earth as well as some of the most pristine walls in Asia! Read more


Far East > Indonesia

With some of the most pristine reefs on earth, Wakatobi is paradise for those that love coral and the small stuff - particularly the pygmy seahorse! Read more


Far East > Indonesia

Komodo is a stunning destination both above and below the waves. This national park has some of the very best diving on earth. Read more

Moyo Island

Far East > Indonesia

Moyo Island is perfect for those that love wildlife and are looking for some off-the-beaten-track luxury. Read more

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