Indonesia liveaboard diving
Indonesia liveaboard diving offers it all, from sharks and whales to the elusive Mola Mola (or ‘sunfish’). There are also plenty of smaller creatures including nudibranchs, pygmy seahorses and porcelain crabs. Throw in vertical walls, coral covered pinnacles and deep trenches with pulsing currents, and you’re sure of an unforgettable liveaboard adventure in Indonesia.
Rich marine life
Thriving reefs and corals
Something for every diver
Stunning natural topography
With over 17,500 islands, Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago and offers some of the best dive spots in the world. Diving in Indonesia is extremely varied and there is plenty to appeal to even the most seasoned diver.
Boasting the highest marine diversity in the world, Indonesia is home to 15% of the world’s coral reefs and has over 4,000 recorded different fish & invertebrate species, many of which are endemic, with more yet to be identified.
Dive alongside manta rays and various kinds of sharks, including white tip, grey reef and wobbegongs. There is also fantastic muck diving in Indonesia with a plethora of tiny critters and a huge diversity of fish.
In short, a diving trip to Indonesia will be one you never forget.
Komodo is best known for mantas, muck diving and of course its world famous dragons. Watch the mantas feed on plankton in the fast paced currents, or a variety of reef sharks patrolling the pinnacles and reefs. Raja Ampat‘s unique selling points include masses of soft and hard corals, gorgonians, dense schools of colourful fish and many endemic species including tasselled wobbegong and epaulette walking sharks.
To top it off, we have a selection of new itineraries starting in 2022 that offer incredible diving in rarely visited areas such as: Halmahera, the Spice Islands, Eastern Banda Sea, Triton Bay, and the Southern Forgotten Islands. If you like adventure, these itineraries have your name on them!
Indonesia is home to 15% of the World's coral reefs and has over 4,000 recorded different fish & invertebrate species - with many more yet to be identified. Diving in Indonesia is so varied and there is plenty to appeal to even the most seasoned diver, from muck diving and the fast paced currents around Komodo to the soft corals and colourful fish dives in Raja Ampat, or discover new sites in off shore islands of the Banda sea.
Our liveaboard in Indonesia
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