Komodo National Park is located about 200 nautical miles east of Bali was established in 1980 to protect the endangered Komodo Dragon. The park includes 3 major Island: Komodo, Rinca and Padar and marine waters of about 130,000ha. Komodo national park houses more then 1,000 species of fishes and 260 species of reef coral, with dugong, sharks, manta rays, whales, dolphins and sea turtle also making the list.
Raja Ampat is located in West Papua, off the island of New Guinea. It comprises of 1,500 small islands Raja Ampat has over 1,200 species of fishers and 600 coral species. The variety of marine life is simply breath taking. Drift diving is common in Raja Ampat due to moderate currents.
Situated in the North-West corner of Lombok, the Gili Islands are a well-known site in Indonesia for diving and snorkeling. There are over 25 dive sites around the 3 atolls that make up this group. They are: Trawangan, Meno and Gili Air. With year round water temperatures of 28 degrees celcius,
Manado and Bunaken National Park located at the North Sulawesi, host some of the finest macro diving in South East Asia. A great diversity of marine life ranging from pygmy seahorse to reef sharks has drawn attention from divers all over the world. Diving Season Diving is possible year round as Manado and Bunaken are very sheltered. Visibility during the dry season (May - October) can be over 20m. Visibility is normally reduce during the wet season between November to April. Getting here B