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 and stretches 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 centre 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 worlds 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 epicentre' 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 budgets 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, the Halmahera Sea, and more.

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 in 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 dive safari season really is year around. 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 colourful 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 in 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 travelling 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

  • 9.1 Superb
  • 331 Verified Reviews
  • 9.2 Superb
  • Rebecca M
  • United States United States

Amazing! Breathtaking! The local people welcome visitors into their reality still because we are there as travelers to enjoy & it hasn't been overloaded with 'tourists' yet

Diving Indonesia in March on the Emperor Raja Laut

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Pierre B
  • France France

Great

Diving Indonesia in February on the Carpe Diem

  • 8.4 Very good
  • Alexander C
  • United States United States

will like to come back

Diving Indonesia in March on the Raja Manta

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Ronnie C
  • United States United States

Excellent

Diving Indonesia in February on the Tambora

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Vera I
  • Italy Italy

Superb

Diving Indonesia in March on the Ratu Laut

  • 5.6 Review score
  • Regan M
  • Australia Australia

Excellent

Diving Indonesia in March on the Panunee

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Silvan K
  • Switzerland Switzerland

Very good.

Diving Indonesia in March on the Mari

  • 8.4 Very good
  • Gennaro S
  • Italy Italy

nice, but Liveaboard, boats managers, crews should raise up voice against the plastic in the ocean

Diving Indonesia in January on the Empress II

  • 8.4 Very good
  • Michael K
  • United States United States

AMAZING

Diving Indonesia in February on the Ratu Laut

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Alexander M
  • Germany Germany

Amazing

Diving Indonesia in February on the Jaya

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Hannah D
  • United States United States

The nice thing about Raja Ampat was its remoteness from population and national park protection, thus very clean waters. Diving near any village resulted in some debris and trash in the water, which sadly is the case all over Asia.

Diving Indonesia in March on the Tiare Cruise

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Caren L
  • United States United States

I have been to Indonesia a few times before and I really like this country. The people are ver kind

Diving Indonesia in January on the Pearl of Papua

  • 8.0 Very good
  • elaine S
  • New Zealand New Zealand

Always great. Good, experienced dive guides are vital.

Diving Indonesia in December on the Cheng Ho

  • 6.4 Review score
  • Ofir C
  • Poland Poland

My overall experience is very good. I think Indonesia is a great destination for diving. A scale of its own.

Diving Indonesia in December on the Teman

  • 5.2 Review score
  • Chloe T
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Amazing corals and sealife - particularly macro and mantas

Diving Indonesia in December on the Mari

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Albrecht F
  • Germany Germany

Unforgettable!

Diving Indonesia in March on the Manta Mae

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Ste E
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

I love diving indonesia. The dynamic colours of some of the coral always blows my mind.

Diving Indonesia in March on the Moana

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Jean-Christophe V
  • Canada Canada

Great variety of sites, from muck diving to walls and one of the best diversity of marine life I have ever saw.

Diving Indonesia in March on the Empress II

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Cathy B
  • Canada Canada

11 out of 10!

Diving Indonesia in March on the Raja Ampat Aggressor

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Vincent L
  • United States United States

Excellent. Some of the best I've done.

Diving Indonesia in March on the Raja Ampat Aggressor

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Sujeong O
  • South Korea South Korea

100% satisfied

Diving Indonesia in February on the Jaya

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Jungyun P
  • South Korea South Korea

It was great. I will definitely come back again.

Diving Indonesia in January on the Pearl of Papua

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Lance S
  • United States United States

Best diving experience I've ever had.

Diving Indonesia in March on the Samambaia

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Robert B
  • United States United States

The best dive boat and diving I have yet experienced. I hope to do again (and again . . . ). Can't imagine how it could have been better.

Diving Indonesia in February on the Tiare Cruise

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Jessica W
  • United States United States

I have been diving in Nusa Penida, Gili islands (Lombok), South Lombok and now Raja Ampat. Indonesia diving is so enjoyable. There is so much to see and dive guides know where to find the macro too.

Diving Indonesia in March on the Epica

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Kuowei K
  • Taiwan Taiwan

indonesia is very good for coral reef and muck diving

Diving Indonesia in February on the Raja Manta

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Frederique C
  • France France

Magique on reviendra.

Diving Indonesia in January on the Nataraja

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Mervi S
  • Finland Finland

+++

Diving Indonesia in February on the Mikumba 2

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Clara L
  • United States United States

Diving in Indonesia is dependent on seasons, and each island/area has its own microclimate. Be sure to check on specifics before planning your trip!

Diving Indonesia in February on the Carpe Diem

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Megan D
  • United States United States

Diving in Indonesia is Incredible. We live and work here as Scuba Instructors for a reason , Indonesia offers divers everything they would be looking for big stuff, small stuff, walls, currents....it has it ALL.

Diving Indonesia in February on the Mari

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Jia F
  • China China

Best diving there

Diving Indonesia in February on the Gaia Love

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Toby M
  • United States United States

Indonesia is my favorite location for diving

Diving Indonesia in December on the Putri Papua

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Daniel N
  • Sweden Sweden

Fantastic, hands down the best diving of my life so far. And I have done Maldives, Red Sea, Palau, Far North Australia and so on.

Diving Indonesia in December on the Mermaid I

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Bryan H
  • United States United States

The density and diversity of life; coral, fish, and plants is incredible. There was not a single dive that couldn't find some interesting bit of life to observe. The currents were stronger than any previous experience, but the dive masters and crew were amazing at getting me up to speed. Fantastic experience and very fun experience.

Diving Indonesia in December on the Ratu Laut

  • 8.4 Very good
  • Karin M
  • Switzerland Switzerland

Very good. We were also in Komodo where the visibility was much better.

Diving Indonesia in November on the Ratu Laut

  • 8.4 Very good
  • Petter Kvinge T
  • Norway Norway

Probarly among the best in the world

Diving Indonesia in July on the Tiare Cruise

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Andrew J
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

This was some of the best diving we have done. There are a lot of currents - some of the drift dives we did were very fast. The guiding we had was excellent and thanks to this I think we got the best out of each dive site. We certainly saw a lot of life - big and small.

Diving Indonesia in November on the Lalunia

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • David L
  • United States United States

Amazing, totally exceeded all my expectations.

Diving Indonesia in November on the Duyung Baru

  • 8.0 Very good
  • Terence K
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Very good, would come again

Diving Indonesia in November on the La Galigo

  • 9.2 Superb
  • William B
  • United States United States

I love diving in Indonesia! However, it is very humbling - there is so much diversity to recognize and remember, and so much is macro stuff that takes a very keen eye to see. I know that it will take many visits before I will be able to begin to understand what is there.

Diving Indonesia in November on the Kira Kira

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Gabrielle C
  • New Zealand New Zealand

Loved it! Some of the best spots in the world.

Diving Indonesia in November on the Komodo Shalom

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Nicholas B
  • United States United States

Diving in Indonesia is nothing short of amazing. All of the 14 dives completed with Tanaka offered fantastic underwater scenery!

Diving Indonesia in November on the Tanaka

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Walter B
  • Switzerland Switzerland

Best diving in the world

Diving Indonesia in October on the Mermaid I

  • 8.4 Very good
  • Valter S
  • Brazil Brazil

Excellent opportunity to dive and enjoy the blanket rays, which seem to dance to the divers

Diving Indonesia in October on the Empress II

  • 8.4 Very good
  • Elena G
  • Switzerland Switzerland

Komodo and Raja Ampat are the best dives I’ve seen in the world so far

Diving Indonesia in October on the Ratu Laut

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Carolina C
  • Brazil Brazil

Great, it was my first time in Indonesia and I only dived in Raja Ampat.

Diving Indonesia in August on the Ratu Laut

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Robert L
  • United States United States

Some of the best diving with a diverse and colorful variety of sea life.

Diving Indonesia in October on the Solitude Adventurer

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Marc S
  • Switzerland Switzerland

Really nice and preserved spots.

Diving Indonesia in September on the Kira Kira

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • peter G
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Indonesia is the best place i have dived and a hard one to beat!

Diving Indonesia in October on the Lalunia

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Pierre-Olivier V
  • France France

Always impressed. Indo is one of the best spot.

Diving Indonesia in September on the Jaya

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Tancredi M
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

This was our third diving holiday in Indonesia and we love it for the professionalism of the dive schools, instructors and dive masters. We were recently in the Seychelles over the summer and were shocked at how different it was. Often no use of SMBs, no real dive briefing and an insistence on surfacing at 45min regardless of air supply. Indonesia is more professional and we feel safer diving here.

Diving Indonesia in September on the Moana

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Viktor E
  • Germany Germany

Wicked!

Diving Indonesia in September on the Epica

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Tomas S
  • Slovakia Slovakia

Nice current dives with macro and as well big life. Mantas, reef sharks, octoous and turtles. We saw ghost pipefish, juvenile frogfish, juvenile lobater, porcelain crab and electric clams in Menjangan.

Diving Indonesia in September on the Tanaka

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Sander J
  • Netherlands Netherlands

Very good

Diving Indonesia in September on the Ratu Laut

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Patricia T
  • United States United States

Corals, fish, rays, turtles, sharks... Komodo has it all

Diving Indonesia in September on the Moana

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Tia G
  • United States United States

Outstanding

Diving Indonesia in September on the Adelaar

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Leonid B
  • Spain Spain

muy bien

Diving Indonesia in September on the Tiare Cruise

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Alyssa O
  • United States United States

Great

Diving Indonesia in September on the Jaya

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Gabriela F
  • Brazil Brazil

The best country I dove, for sure.

Diving Indonesia in August on the Ratu Laut

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • SEULKY K
  • South Korea South Korea

wonderful! especially when we saw ten mantas together, it was just great!

Diving Indonesia in August on the La Galigo

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Randy K
  • United States United States

Phenomenal - we will be back.

Diving Indonesia in August on the Adelaar

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Joanna T
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Loved it..so beautiful and loads of cool stuff to see! This was why we started diving in the first place. Amazing! Definitely the most challenging diving we had done (only had eight dives before the trip!) so it was a real learning curve diving with currents etc. But it was brilliant! So glad we did it!

Diving Indonesia in July on the Empress II

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Mei R
  • Australia Australia

I thought I'd had some amazing dives in the past, but this trip hit it out of the park. Visibility is amazing, the water is warm, the underwater world and life seems to be untouched so far by human destruction - it was life-altering. I sincerely hope it stays that way!

Diving Indonesia in July on the Cajoma IV

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Sherry W
  • United States United States

The visibility ranged from good to excellent, depending on the amount of plankton present. Every site had plenty of life and the hard and soft corals were brilliant. Currents could be very strong and sometimes unpredictable, so their request that divers have advanced cert. and at least 50 dives is appropriate. I truly enjoyed diving there and highly recommend it.

Diving Indonesia in July on the Emperor Raja Laut

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Michelle B
  • New Zealand New Zealand

We had some amazing dives, beautiful reefs, exhilarating drift dives.

Diving Indonesia in July on the La Galigo

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Gabor A
  • Hungary Hungary

So-so. I did not like diving in Bali. Too many divers, too commercial, destroyed dive sites.

Diving Indonesia in July on the Jaya

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Peter B
  • Sweden Sweden

Perfect

Diving Indonesia in July on the Jaya

  • 6.8 Review score
  • Jonathan K
  • United States United States

Really great. Some of the best dive sites in the world.

Diving Indonesia in June on the Mermaid I

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Kerri H
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

The best in the world.

Diving Indonesia in July on the Jaya

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Uwe M
  • Germany Germany

Never experienced any negative things, high professional standard

Diving Indonesia in July on the Tarata

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Serene G
  • Singapore Singapore

Great visibility, amazing marine life

Diving Indonesia in July on the Empress II

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • GILHO M
  • South Korea South Korea

it is best country to do scuba diving in the world

Diving Indonesia in June on the Sea Safari 8

  • 8.4 Very good
  • Marjorie D
  • Virgin Islands (U.S.) Virgin Islands (U.S.)

I've really enjoyed diving in Indonesia. I spent quite a bit of time doing my DMT in Lembongan, which has incredible reefs and lots of opportunities to see reef mantas - the only problem is there can be quite a bit of trash in the waters, depending on the currents and weather. Tulamben was also pretty amazing -- especially the night and sunrise wreck dives with all the bump head parrot fish.

Diving Indonesia in April on the Jaya

  • 8.0 Very good
  • Devan L
  • United States United States

It was arguably the coolest adventure I have been on. Getting to be in the aquatic environment and see sharks, mantas, turtles, cuddle fish, and all the macro life was incredible. This trip has really inspired me to continue to seek new travel and dive trips.

Diving Indonesia in June on the La Galigo

  • 8.4 Very good
  • Nick K
  • United States United States

Overall, diving in Indonesia is wonderful! We are already planning our next trip to explore more of what Indonesia has to offer!

Diving Indonesia in June on the Empress II

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Aneta N
  • Bulgaria Bulgaria

Very rich and colorful underwater world with vibrant corals and water animals sightings.

Diving Indonesia in June on the Moana

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Albert B
  • Spain Spain

Indonesia has the most diverse and exciting diving in the world. All level of divers can find exciting dive sites.

Diving Indonesia in January on the Pearl of Papua

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Benjamin K
  • United States United States

I loved it and would definitely go back. Very little pollution and the animals and reefs look healthy.

Diving Indonesia in May on the Lady Denok

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • kamil F
  • France France

Part of my favourite diving spots in the world. Amongst the best coral gardens for sure.

Diving Indonesia in June on the La Galigo

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Robert G
  • United States United States

This is our third trip to Indonesia and that probably says it all, given the amount of time it takes to get there from the east coast of the United States.

Diving Indonesia in May on the Samambaia

  • 7.6 Good
  • Cavan T
  • Singapore Singapore

Indonesia has some of the best diving in Asia.

Diving Indonesia in May on the Moana

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Kira D
  • Australia Australia

Overall I would definitely recommend to anyone. There was a good mix of no current to high current diving but we felt safe and had an amazing time on every dive.

Diving Indonesia in May on the Lady Denok

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Miao W
  • China China

My fav destination in south east Asia

Diving Indonesia in April on the Moana

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Isabelle M
  • United States United States

I only dove in Raja Ampat on this trip. It was beautiful, and I hope to visit again.

Diving Indonesia in April on the Manta Mae

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • So-Young K
  • United States United States

I absolutely love diving in Indonesia. It’s one of my favorite places to dive after having gone to some of the top spots in the world from French Polynesia to Thailand.

Diving Indonesia in May on the Moana

  • 6.8 Review score
  • Marcel W
  • Netherlands Netherlands

Very good, Diving in Indonesia is Great

Diving Indonesia in April on the Empress II

  • 8.4 Very good
  • Cindy P
  • United States United States

This experience was a little different than our last trip in 2012. We were happy to return to 5 of the same dive sites that were at the top of our list last time, which did not disappoint in the least. Citrus Ridge, Melissa's Garden, Anita's Garden, Mayhem & Blue Magic are at the top of the list for great dives here in Raja Ampat. Indonesia diving has such variety, living coral of all types and good diving conditions for all levels of divers. Everything is still so alive in Indonesia!

Diving Indonesia in April on the Sea Safari 8

  • 8.8 Fabulous
  • Andrea K
  • Australia Australia

Incredible Indonesia... I can't wait to explore more!

Diving Indonesia in April on the Kira Kira

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Hussein A
  • Tanzania Tanzania

Komodo diving has both of the worlds with macro diving with low visibility on the south and extremely clear visibility on north komodo with some big stuff

Diving Indonesia in April on the Cheng Ho

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Jun C
  • China China

Always SO GOOD

Diving Indonesia in April on the Jaya

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Katherine G
  • Hong Kong Hong Kong

Great and fun!

Diving Indonesia in April on the Cheng Ho

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Lars L
  • United Kingdom United Kingdom

Very service oriented. Nothing is too much to ask.

Diving Indonesia in April on the Mutiara Laut

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Kaitlyn B
  • United States United States

Great! Cant wait to go back!

Diving Indonesia in March on the Sea Safari VI

  • 9.2 Superb
  • Melinda F
  • Switzerland Switzerland

Excellent from the liveaboard POV. Traveling to Raja Ampat takes several days and the internal flights are not reliable, so you need to build in time for cancellations and rescheduling (happened both coming and going).

Diving Indonesia in April on the Emperor Raja Laut

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Daniel C
  • Australia Australia

Excellent. Highly recommend as a top diving location on par with Vanuatu or the Great Barrier Reef.

Diving Indonesia in April on the Moana

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • Ryan B
  • United States United States

Splendid

Diving Indonesia in April on the Samambaia

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Edgar S
  • Netherlands Netherlands

The best I've ever experienced.

Diving Indonesia in March on the Tanaka

  • 10.0 Exceptional
  • Jungo S
  • Singapore Singapore

Always good for me to dive indon

Diving Indonesia in April on the Mari

  • 9.6 Exceptional
  • mary O
  • United States United States

I am very happy to dive in Indonesia

Diving Indonesia in March on the Mermaid II

  • 7.6 Good
  • Mark A
  • Hong Kong Hong Kong

Overall, Indonesia is an amazing place to dive. Traveling to Raja Ampat is time consuming but worth it. the secluded nature makes sure than it all the better as dive sites are not crowded at all. I'd recommend going to Raja Ampat, and going with Mari, to all my friends.

Diving Indonesia in March on the Mari