Liveaboard Diving in Indonesia

Liveaboard SCUBA diving in Indonesia boasts the greatest variety of marine life found throughout the world.

Indonesia is an undisputed liveaboard diving and SCUBA diving mecca. As the world's largest archipelago, Indonesia holds four times more ocean than land, stretching from Indian Ocean paradises to the Pacific's bursting biodiversity hotspots. This wealth of water makes liveaboard diving in Indonesia the best way to plunge into a kingdom of unparalleled sights and experiences. With 34,000 miles of coastline, 11,000 uninhabited islands, more than 500 species of coral, and over 2,000 species of fish, this really is what makes scuba diving in Indonesia such a diver's paradise.

Liveaboard dive trips in Indonesia can speed you off to Komodo National Park for sharks, mantas, dolphins, and tiny macro-critters or to Raja Ampat's pristine coral gardens and record numbers of crazy coral reef species. Explore the gin-clear waters of the Banda Sea and its undersea mountains, or feast your eyes on Alor's rugged volcanic terrain while enjoying unspoiled diving below the surface. Pioneers may choose Indonesia's untouched 'Forgotten Islands,' accessible only by liveaboard. And don't forget Lombok Strait for amazing drift diving along the walls of dramatic ridges and canyons.


Liveaboard Diving in Indonesia

Komodo National Park, a celebrated UNESCO World Heritage Site, sits at the center of the Indonesian archipelago. Its dazzling collection of offerings ranges from dugongs to seamounts to the legendary Komodo Dragon. Attractions of Komodo diving include wildlife large and small, nourished by deep upwellings and nutrient-rich waters. Komodo dive sites enjoy an abundance of mantas, sharks, whales, turtles, and hundreds of fish and coral species. Komodo offers everything from unique macro critters to larger marine life such as Hammerhead or Whitetip reef sharks and dolphins.

The length of most Komodo dive safaris is 8 to 12 days. Diving in Komodo can be done year-round, but the most popular months for liveaboard boat trips coincide with the Southeast Monsoon, from May to October. At this time, the water in the north of the park is warm (up to 30 C), and visibility is at its best. Budgets for Komodo liveaboard trips range from 200 to 500 euros per. day, though especially luxurious boats can run over 900 euros per. day.

Komodo liveaboards depart from Bima Bay (Sumbawa), Labuan Bajo (Flores), or Maumere (Flores), all about one hour's flight from Bali or Jakarta. However, trips that include Lombok dive sites begin in the port of Benoa on Bali. Dedicated Komodo liveaboard trips often visit dive sites around Sangeang Volcano and Sumbawa island. On dive safaris departing from Bali, many Indonesian liveaboard trips additionally include Moyo, Satonda, Gili Banta, and Gili Lawa Laut dive sites.

Escape to some of the world's most untouched scuba diving on a Raja Ampat liveaboard, where you will experience arguably the most pristine and diverse scuba diving in the world. The remote archipelago of Raja Ampat (also known as The Four Kings) in West Papua is considered the pinnacle of pristine biodiversity hotspots and the crown jewel of the Coral Triangle's many world-class dive areas. Jungle-clad islands brimming with tropical life complete the view above water.

Diving Indonesian liveaboards is truly an unforgettable experience that offers challenging dives for intermediate and experts and also easy diving for beginners. Many of the divers who visit Raja Ampat are well-seasoned, serious marine life enthusiasts treating themselves to a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. At dive sites like Kri Island, Manta Ridge, and The Passage, you'll see a whopping 75 percent of the world's coral species, mantas and sharks, and hundreds of unique critters, creatures, and ecosystems that give Raja its claim to fame as the "global epicenter" of tropical marine biodiversity.

The length of most Raja Ampat itineraries is 7 to 12 nights. Diving in Raja Ampat can be done year-round, but most Raja Ampat liveaboards run their trips between October and April when the sea and skies are calmest. The water temperature ranges from 27-30 C. The budget for a Raja Ampat liveaboard ranges from roughly 200 to 500 euros per. day, though especially luxurious boats can run over 900 euros per. day. Raja Ampat liveaboards often depart from Sorong, reachable by domestic flights from Jakarta, Manado, Makassar, or Ambon. Liveaboards departing and landing in Sorong often spend their time between the well-endowed 1500 islands of Raja Ampat. Other boats offer adventurous tours that include the Banda Sea, whale sharks in Cenderawasih Bay, snorkeling in the Halmahera Sea, and more.

Surrounded by thousands of hectares of Marine National Parks, Sulawesi island is split into four peninsulas; the East Peninsula, the South-east Peninsula, Minahasa Peninsula to the north, and South Peninsula. The island and its surrounding dive sites are inaccessible by traditional means, meaning the best way to enjoy diving around Sulawesi is by liveaboard. The efforts made to preserve the stunning island have been rewarded with some of the most prolific dive sites in the world. One island alone, Bunaken, has over 70% of all fish species that exist in the Indo-Western Pacific Ocean. Gorontalo is a region that was originally formed by volcanic activity, and there is an incredible abundance of marine life. This Marine National Park has an area of thousands of hectares with pristine conditions in an area with one of the highest recorded species counts on the planet.

More Liveaboard Trips in Indonesia

  • Be a pioneer and travel back in time to the Forgotten Islands, the most pristine, unexplored dive area in Indonesia and only accessible by Liveaboard boat.
  • Enjoy the unspoiled Banda Sea alongside Dogtooth Tuna and the Ambon Scorpionfish.
  • Beat the crowds in Alor and experience top-quality, crystal-clear diving all to yourself.
  • Grab your camera for Lembeh Strait's unparalleled collection of wild and wacky critters.
  • Take the plunge into far-flung Wakatobi's exclusive, vibrantly healthy reefs and tropical paradise islands.

Tips for Travellers

The best time to dive in Indonesia is between May and September; however, Indonesia's dive safari season really is year-round. The monsoon season usually hits in December and lasts through June. If you are looking to see sunfish, you should go between July and October. Water temperatures in Indonesia range between 20 and 28 degrees Celsius (71 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit) depending on what time of year and location. Visibility ranges between 6 to 50 meters (20 to 160 feet) or better, with depths going up to 40 meters (140 feet). Currents are generally mild but can be strong in some areas.

Departure Ports and How To Get There

Bali is one of the main departure locations for liveaboard diving Komodo via Lombok. Bali's main liveaboard departure port is Benoa, in the south of the island. SCUBA diving off Bali can include a visit to Crystal Bay for a chance of Mola Mola (Sunfish) encounters or a dive at the famously colorful Liberty Shipwreck, full of marine life in a shallow location. Bali dive sites hold a variety of underwater landscapes and special species; depending on where you choose, you can enjoy high-quality muck diving, large pelagics, or quiet, coral-filled bays. Expert divers will be challenged and excited by wild currents around Nusa Lembongan, and entry-level divers can find ample offerings of beautiful locations suitable for beginners and coursework.

International flights to Bali depart regularly from around the world, often with a transfer to a nearby Southeast Asian country like Kuala Lumpur or Singapore. If you're in Southeast Asia already, direct flights are available. Standard itineraries for liveaboards departing Bali are usually Komodo-bound. However, they stop at premier Lombok dive sites along the way, such as Moyo, Satonda, Gili Banta, and Gili Lawa Laut. Extended itineraries may additionally venture farther east from Komodo to Flores and Alor for serene, world-class diving without the crowds.

The port of Sorong, a city in the province of West Papua, is a major departure location for liveaboards in Indonesia traveling to Raja Ampat and Ambon. From Sorong, dive sites in Raja Ampat and nearby are easily accessible. Land tours for waterfalls and bird-watching add to the offerings, as well as Cassowary Cape, with its white-sand beach and cassowary trees. Snorkelers and divers alike can enjoy the area.

Domestic flights to Sorong depart from Jakarta, Manado, Makassar, and Ambon. Standard liveaboard itineraries departing Sorong are focused on the Raja Ampat area. Extended liveaboard boats departing or disembarking in Sorong offer a great variety of dive tours, some to/from Ambon and the Banda Sea, some to Cenderawasih Bay Bay for whale sharks, and some traversing the Halmahera Sea.


Indonesia Diving Reviews

  • 9.2 Superb
  • 612 Verified Reviews
  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Richard B
  • United States United States

Great diversity of fish and sea life along with vibrant corals

Diving Indonesia in March on the Solitude Adventurer

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Jessica P
  • United States United States

Very good, again, hoped for more pelagics, but the coral was the healthiest I've seen since in probably 10 years, tons of fish, lots of macro

Diving Indonesia in April on the Blue Manta

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Michael W
  • United States United States

Very good. Some of the best in the world. Local fishing is taking a toll on mid to large animal populations for sure.

Diving Indonesia in April on the Blue Manta

  • 6.8 Review score
  • Kara M
  • United States United States

overall good experience but not adequately prepared for strong currents.

Diving Indonesia in April on the Queenesia

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Jeffrey M
  • United States United States

Above average. Very diverse

Diving Indonesia in April on the Neptune One

  • 7.2 Good
  • Gary P
  • United States United States

Would absolutely recommend everyone dive Komodo. The Manta Dive is spectacular.

Diving Indonesia in May on the Komodo Sea Dragon

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Casey C
  • United States United States

Excellent, enjoyed the challenge of stronger currents on some dives, and more relaxing experiences on others. Quantity and variety of underwater sea life was wonderful, water temperature was pleasant. Very excited to return today! Highly recommend.

Diving Indonesia in May on the Neptune One

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Jennifer A
  • United States United States

Incredible reefs and wildlife and will certainly be going again as soon as possible!

Diving Indonesia in May on the Scubaspa Zen

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Ellen D
  • United States United States

We saw at least 2 turtles on every dive! The coral is the most beautiful and lovely I’ve ever seen! The most beautiful place I’ve ever dove!

Diving Indonesia in June on the Nusantara

  • 8.4 Very good
  • William D
  • United States United States

I dove in Raja Ampat in 2019, this is second location for Indonesia diving. The diversity of corals is a very real thing and should be experienced.

Diving Indonesia in June on the Moana

  • 8.4 Very good
  • Jiayi K
  • United States United States

Overall great if you like macro and don’t mind long crossings between dives

Diving Indonesia in June on the Mermaid I

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Jessica S
  • United States United States

Beautiful reef with a great biodiversity.

Diving Indonesia in July on the Blue Manta

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Mateo L
  • United States United States

So much variety in Indonesia, absolut must.

Diving Indonesia in August on the Sokaraja

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Guinevere A
  • United States United States

Loved the strong currents and pinnacle dive

Diving Indonesia in August on the Coralia

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Kayla C
  • United States United States

The trip was very good as well as the quality of the dive sites. I had hopes of seeing dolphins, and more reef sharks, but what we did see was still great! The night dives and macro life was a nice treat as well. The top 2 liveaboards I have experienced have been in Indonesia, better boat and service than we have experienced in amazing dive destinations like Socorro and Galapagos!

Diving Indonesia in August on the Solitude Adventurer

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Mayon H
  • United States United States

Incredible! The best dive sites we’ve ever been to! Amazingly healthy, vibrant reefs & outstanding wildlife.

Diving Indonesia in September on the Nusantara

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Tiffany W
  • United States United States

The diversity of ecology, topography, conditions and marine life were breathtaking! Would highly recommend to anyone!

Diving Indonesia in September on the Anne Bonny

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Robert R
  • United States United States

Excellent. Can’t be best for the sheer diversity of sightings.

Diving Indonesia in September on the Seahorse

  • 8.0 Very good
  • John L
  • United States United States

Great trip and excellent reefs. I only worry that central Raja has already exceeded it's environmental carrying capacity of divers: many with bad habits, poor reef protection, using spray on sunscreens, etc.

Diving Indonesia in October on the Ilike

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Narisa C
  • United States United States

Picturesque, exactly as pictured, occasional strong currents - reef hook recommended

Diving Indonesia in December on the Amaya Explorer

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Matt K
  • United States United States

Great!! Would love to explore more of this country!!

Diving Indonesia in December on the Carpe Diem

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Heath M
  • United States United States

Incredible. The people and the staff were so warm and accommodating.

Diving Indonesia in December on the Solitude Adventurer

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Jean-Yves L
  • United States United States

I’ve dived in Bali (Amed, Tulamben, Kubu, Pemuteran, Nusa Penida, Padangbai) a number of times. In my mind, corals and fish in both places are equivalent in terms of beauty and diversity except that there is much more current in Raja Ampat and greatly more Oceanic Mantas there.

Diving Indonesia in February on the Mari

  • 9.2 Superb
  • iouri M
  • United States United States

Great adventure

Diving Indonesia in June on the Seven Seas

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Nancy W
  • United States United States

Indonesia definitely has the best selection of dive sites of any countries!

Diving Indonesia in June on the Blue Manta

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Alexis R
  • United States United States

Good

Diving Indonesia in June on the Tiare Cruise

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Amanda
  • United States United States

Gorgeous! The reefs are so alive and colorful, so many fish, varied dive sites and experiences.

Diving Indonesia in July on the Samambaia

  • 5.6 Review score
  • Francis T
  • Singapore Singapore

Warm tropical diving.very enjoyable

Diving Indonesia in February on the Tiare Cruise

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Christoph H
  • Germany Germany

Perfect dive trip and great moments on some of the small islands!

Diving Indonesia in March on the Jaya

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Hisachika S
  • Japan Japan

I believe the diving in Indonesia is a one of the best diving in the world. Because Can dive with many many kind of schooling fishes.

Diving Indonesia in March on the Seaisee

  • 8.0 Very good
  • jose A
  • Brazil Brazil

The very complicated logistics and the insecurity of not reaching the destination in a timely manner. That is all

Diving Indonesia in March on the Jaya

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Joongyu K
  • South Korea South Korea

The equatorial sea is rich in everything. I love Indonesia!

Diving Indonesia in March on the White Manta

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Maria L
  • Denmark Denmark

Nice warm water Different levels of visibility - not all were great, but reasonable Lots of fish both large and small

Diving Indonesia in March on the Nusantara

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Ursula D
  • South Africa South Africa

A biodiverse marine world and in many places still healthy. Always a variety of experiences and observations. Always colourful. Some local communities are aware of looking after their vulnerable resource i.e. the ocean and tourists, while others unfortunately are not paying attention. It was sad to see the amount of plastic in Raja Ampat's oceans. Short legs of travel were frustrating because of untrustworthy airlines and loss of flights, resulting significant loss in funds for us. This is an obstacle for future travels in Indonesia, especially to more remote parts.

Diving Indonesia in March on the Akomo Isseki

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Janice W
  • Canada Canada

Love diving in Indonesia. Warm waters, tons of life, incredible coral.

Diving Indonesia in March on the Neptune One

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Pascal V
  • Germany Germany

Indonesia is a fantastic country to dive. High quality Dive shops, experienced Dive masters/ instructors, varying locations/ types and diving marine life

Diving Indonesia in April on the Sokaraja

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Finn K
  • Germany Germany

Indonesia is great. Most people are very friendly and welcoming. Prices are cheap and you get everything you need.

Diving Indonesia in April on the Sokaraja

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Jeff M
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Amazing. It's my second time diving in Indonesia and Raja Ampat contains so many incredible dive sites, accessible via Liveaboard.

Diving Indonesia in April on the Neomi

  • 8.0 Very good
  • Joshua O
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

World Class diving, pristine coral, lots of pelagics

Diving Indonesia in April on the Nusantara

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Alexandra R
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Fantastic sightings, interesting dives. Not great visibility when diving central but Mistool was amazing visibility.

Diving Indonesia in April on the Mari

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Antonio C
  • Australia Australia

Very enjoyable but we did worry about the pollution & damage to the reef from boats getting too close to the dive sites & damaging coral with the current , maybe some Water Police to manage this & the clean the rubbish from the waterways .

Diving Indonesia in April on the Ikan Biru

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • NICHOLAS B
  • Australia Australia

A very enjoyable experience with good coral and fish life. Manta's were a bonus!

Diving Indonesia in April on the Adelaar

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Joseph E
  • Portugal Portugal

Definitely returning to Indonesia. Muck diving was incredible and the liveaboard area in Komodo was exciting.

Diving Indonesia in May on the Blue Manta

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Daniel O
  • Switzerland Switzerland

Great discovery in changing conditions (water temperatures) and underwater landscapes were very diverse

Diving Indonesia in June on the Scubaspa Zen

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Marc T
  • Switzerland Switzerland

Amazing diving, most of the dives were not for beginners

Diving Indonesia in June on the Scubaspa Zen

  • 8.4 Very good
  • Adam P
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Love it. Incredible variety, size and quality of diving, great level of divemasters. Hard to beat.

Diving Indonesia in June on the Neptune One

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Max L
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Diving in Indonesia, particularly in the coral triangle, is one of the most extraordinary things you can do in life. A feast for the eyes.

Diving Indonesia in June on the Bajak

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Arthur M
  • France France

The dive sites are well protected with colourful coral, many fishes and bigger stuff like Manta, sharks and Turtle. You never get bored, with a few drift dives for more fun!

Diving Indonesia in June on the Sokaraja

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Weiyi G
  • China China

Great visibility, diverse underwater economy system, and fun current. It is a must-dive destination.

Diving Indonesia in July on the Blue Manta

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Alexander F
  • Australia Australia

Very special, great visibility and variety of fish! Currents can be daunting but with with the right boat and dive master so worth it!

Diving Indonesia in July on the Mikumba 2

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Marin V
  • Netherlands Netherlands

Perfect

Diving Indonesia in August on the Jelajahi Laut

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Joona O
  • Finland Finland

At times challenging due to strong currents, but also rewarding, and overall amazing.

Diving Indonesia in August on the Mikumba 2

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Marek K
  • Poland Poland

Very healthy reefs with an exceptional variety of species and diverse topography.

Diving Indonesia in August on the Akomo Isseki

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Nicole D
  • South Africa South Africa

It was the best experience. Such value for money!

Diving Indonesia in August on the Nusantara

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Simon G
  • Australia Australia

Brilliant well lead dives . At times there were plenty of others divers around but you get that .the fish didn’t seem bothered so neither were we .

Diving Indonesia in August on the Busy Girl

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Martin S
  • Czech Republic Czech Republic

A+++

Diving Indonesia in August on the Mikumba 2

  • 8.4 Very good
  • andré V
  • Netherlands Netherlands

Diving is very good in terms of biodiversity, colors and reefs., but if you are not in a marine park you clearly see the overfishing: hardly any jacks, barraqcudas, snappers, tunas or sharks left.

Diving Indonesia in August on the Neptune One

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Bob F
  • Australia Australia

Superb Culture and people

Diving Indonesia in August on the Ilike

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Francesca P
  • Italy Italy

Very good. Between Bali (Nusa Penida) and komodo, 10 times komodo. Way more interesting and the water is warmer

Diving Indonesia in August on the Ikan Biru

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Kuenik C
  • South Korea South Korea

great visibility with great people

Diving Indonesia in August on the Sokaraja

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • GUILHERME F
  • Brazil Brazil

Very nice, we saw everything that we supposed to see. The currents added an extra good spicy for the divings, pretty fun!

Diving Indonesia in August on the Nusantara

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Philippe W
  • Switzerland Switzerland

Awesome, I recommend it to all people that have some advanced diving experience

Diving Indonesia in September on the Sokaraja

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Melissa T
  • Singapore Singapore

Varied, vibrant, excellent

Diving Indonesia in September on the Jaya

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Tara H
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Much better than expected. Reef healthier than imagined and visibility better than previously experienced in Bali.

Diving Indonesia in September on the Scubaspa Zen

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Daniele O
  • Italy Italy

Overall, diving in Indonesia was great so far. Diverse sites for different experience levels. Currents can be strong, so be careful. It is advised to start diving in Indonesia in easy spots first, and then slowly get familiar with the current. The underwater show is incredible.

Diving Indonesia in September on the Nusantara

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Francisco S
  • Portugal Portugal

Indonesia is world-class for biodiversity.

Diving Indonesia in October on the Epica

  • 6.4 Review score
  • Steven C
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

It's mostly great diving in Indonesia, but poor weather conditions can change itineraries to visit poorer dive sites

Diving Indonesia in October on the Mari

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Thomas W
  • Germany Germany

Outstanding. I will be back for more!

Diving Indonesia in October on the Jakaré

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Roger D
  • Switzerland Switzerland

Raja Ampat was the best

Diving Indonesia in October on the Epica

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Silvan M
  • Switzerland Switzerland

Its my second time in indonesia and I love it here. From people to diving to hiking to exploring cultural villages. You get everything! Absolutely recommend!

Diving Indonesia in October on the Nusantara

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Heiko M
  • Germany Germany

Very good

Diving Indonesia in October on the Mermaid II

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Stefanie R
  • Germany Germany

Huge Biodiversity!

Diving Indonesia in November on the Sokaraja

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Malin R
  • Germany Germany

Colourful and still so many fishes and corals, such a blast

Diving Indonesia in November on the Moana

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Lacey A
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Indonesia is some of the worlds best diving for reefs & sharks. But the muck diving is, frankly, depressing - plastic everywhere. One guest on our boat was seriously ill after diving in polluted Ambon Bay.

Diving Indonesia in November on the Blue Manta

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Theo T
  • France France

So colorful

Diving Indonesia in November on the Sokaraja

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Aaron V
  • Canada Canada

This was my first time diving in Indonesia and it exceeded my expectations. From the variety of dive sites and creatures there was so much to see, and even after an 11-day liveaboard it felt like each day was a new adventure.

Diving Indonesia in November on the Queenesia II

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Georgina O
  • India India

Wonderful ocean, divers that care and a genuine care for the environment

Diving Indonesia in December on the Tiare Cruise

  • 7.2 Good
  • Arif J
  • Bahrain Bahrain

One of the best for macro sighting and photography.

Diving Indonesia in December on the La Galigo

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Virginia S
  • Canada Canada

Excellent

Diving Indonesia in December on the Raja Ampat Aggressor

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Xiaoqian C
  • China China

Love diving in Indonesia, so many places to explore

Diving Indonesia in December on the Kira Kira

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Pilvi M
  • Finland Finland

Hopefully in future goverment and other parties will invest more in to litter management. Would be an absolut horror if the garbage takes over the dive sites even more than it is already now.

Diving Indonesia in December on the Carpe Diem

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Jannik H
  • Germany Germany

Amazing! Great corals and good visibility with a lots of life

Diving Indonesia in January on the Queenesia

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Jacqueline Dolores K
  • Switzerland Switzerland

Great corals, a lot of fish, diverse dive sites, healthy environment, manta rays & sharks, somestimes not the best visibility, we were mostly the only boat at the dive sites which was cool

Diving Indonesia in January on the Nusantara

  • 8.0 Very good
  • Kate H
  • Canada Canada

Very friendly people, and musical.

Diving Indonesia in January on the Raja Ampat Aggressor

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Niklas Christian P
  • Sweden Sweden

Great biodiversity!

Diving Indonesia in January on the Gaya Baru Indah

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Max L
  • Sweden Sweden

Great experience, there is No better macro diving in the world then in indonesia

Diving Indonesia in January on the Mermaid II

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Chris R
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Raja is one of those places that once you've been there you want yo go back. 20 dives in 6 days on the mikumba so it's pretty full on, but the sites are quite close. Very comfortable boat, coral gardens that are extraordinarily good and marine life is mind blowing. Visibility was c10-15 metres and there are considerable currents to bear in mind. It takes 2 days+ to get there but worth it.

Diving Indonesia in January on the Mikumba Dua

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Kenneth K
  • Austria Austria

Be sure to bring 3mm wetsuit. The water can still be 26 during summer

Diving Indonesia in February on the Pearl of Papua

  • 8.0 Very good
  • Claudia V
  • Switzerland Switzerland

Loved it. Still unique and a lot if intact reefs

Diving Indonesia in February on the Raja Ampat Aggressor

  • 8.0 Very good
  • Wendy L
  • Spain Spain

Visibility was not as good as expected but it was low season so I think it was great

Diving Indonesia in February on the Queenesia

  • 4.4 Review score
  • Raymond M
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Diving was incredible and I would thoroughly recommend Komodo National Park. Be aware that visibility can be only 10-15m in March.

Diving Indonesia in March on the Queenesia

  • 7.2 Good
  • Mark B
  • Australia Australia

Great country, great diving , airlines dodgy, way to much rubbish everywhere

Diving Indonesia in May on the Blue Manta

  • 8.4 Very good
  • Tarik B
  • Germany Germany

Very nice

Diving Indonesia in June on the Kira Kira

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Anja C
  • Australia Australia

Brilliant :)

Diving Indonesia in June on the Blue Manta

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Azam G
  • Netherlands Netherlands

I have been to many places in Indonesia and this was one of the best.

Diving Indonesia in June on the Aurora

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Raimondo R
  • Italy Italy

The trip to Indonesia was really good, the people are friendly and Bali has a variety of areas with different vibe and a wide range of hotels and resorts for any budget.

Diving Indonesia in June on the Mermaid I

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Martha P
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Incredible experience with the best dive spots I have ever been too!

Diving Indonesia in June on the Nusantara

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Ingrid S
  • Germany Germany

100 fantastic!!!

Diving Indonesia in June on the Mermaid II

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Jaime B
  • Spain Spain

Diving in Indonesia is nothing short of spectacular. The country's vast archipelago offers an unparalleled diversity of marine life and dive sites. ndonesia boasts some of the richest marine biodiversity in the world. The waters are teeming with a stunning array of fish, coral species, and larger marine creatures. It's common to encounter manta rays, reef sharks, sea turtles, and even some dolphins. Beyond the underwater wonders, Indonesia's cultural and natural beauty adds to the allure. Between dives, you can explore lush jungles, volcanic landscapes, and vibrant local cultures. The warmth and hospitality of the Indonesian people enhance the overall experience, making it not just a dive trip but a holistic adventure.

Diving Indonesia in July on the Bajak

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Eileen V
  • Netherlands Netherlands

Beautiful, very diverse dive sites!

Diving Indonesia in July on the Amalia Komodo