Scuba Diving in Indonesia

Diving in Indonesia

Indonesia has some of the best diving sites in the world. It is swarmed with pristine corals, stunning reefs and surrounded with thousands of beautiful fishes. The warm tropical water temparature and clear visibility makes it a preferred diving place.

Diving in Indonesia is synonymous with a bountiful and abundance of bio-marine diversity. You can explore species such as giant groupers, sharks, rays, barracudas, tunas, mackerels, Napoleon wrasses and even endangered species such as Dugongs. Coupled with bright coral reefs, it the main reason why divers keep coming back.

Water temperature typically range around 29 degree celcius, although it may dip to 22 degree celcius in various localised upwelling. The climate in Indonesia is largely dry. Wet season is usually between November to March. For most areas within Indonesia, dry season occurs from April to October. Due to the vast landscape, geographical location plays an important role in the climate. In the Maluku province, dry season usually occcurs aroun September to March where as raining season typically occurs within April to July.

Scuba diving Indonesia may be a little tedious but it is definitely worth making the trip. It offers many exciting diving sites with plentiful of gorgeous and exquisite corals as well as schools of breathtaking reef fishes. Coupled with good visibility and optimal water conditions, it is truly an out of the world experience.

Additional Information

Currency Indonesian Rupiah
Language Bahasa Indonesian
Capital Jakarta
Electricity Two-Pin European Plug
Timezone UTC +7 to UTC +9
Calling Code (+62)
Network Providers Telkomsel, XL Axiata, Indosat Ooredoo, Hutchison 3G
National Airline Garuda Indonesia
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Indonesia Dive Sites

Raja Ampat

Located off the northwest tip of the island of New Guinea, and part of the West Papua Province, Raja Ampat offers one of the world's richest and diverse bio marine underwater life.

Pulau Weh

Also known as Weh Island, it is located at northwest tip of Sumatra, across Banda Aceh. It enjoys a fascinating formation of rare marine life species due to its less human footprints in the region.

Bali Tulamben

Bali Tulamben is located on the northeast coast of Bali. Divers from all over the world are lured to one of Bali’s most famous dive site to explore, especially for macro-lovers and photographers.

Lembeh

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Bunaken

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Wakatobi

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