Indonesia has worldwide the greatest marine biodiversity and boasts more amazing dive sites as anywhere else on earth.
Take a plunge and discover an ocean teeming with all types of marine life, from Sumatra to Papua. Where else in the world can you get up close to a whole school of giant manta rays and turtles, dive spectacular drop-offs?
The marine life of Indonesia is second to none in terms of both the number of species and diversity of forms. There are more species of fish, coral, and more of almost all marine life groups present in Indonesian waters than in any other country. Here is a colorful and scintillating introduction to an astounding array of marine life that will arouse the interest of marine enthusiasts, divers, and snorkelers alike.You’ve probably heard of the Coral Triangle where the waters of the Pacific Ocean, the Indian Ocean, and the South China Sea collide and infuse each other with nutrients and where different species of fish and invertebrates intermingle with scuba divers from every culture around the world?
While scuba diving in Indonesia, have the opportunity to choice from 13.000 tropical islands, vertical walls and underwater volcanic mountains, macro of unbelievable diversity and more than 3,000 species of fish and, 450 species of coral at around thousand scuba diving dive sites directly off shore or by short boat ride or on board of one of the best liveaboard vessels.
The Celebes Sea is home to a wide variety of marine live. The tropical climate and warm clear waters is home of 580 of the world’s 793 species of corals and an impressive array of marine life, including Tune, whales, dolphines, sea turtles, eagle and manta rays, barracuda, marlin and much more other reef and pelagic species. Find the world class dive destination Manado within the Celebes Sea.
The Molucca Sea is in the western part of the Pacific Ocean and within Indonesia and borders with the Banda Sea in the south and the Celebes Sea in the north.
The Banda Sea is the area within the Maluka Islands and part of the Pacific Ocean. The area has hundreds of island
The Timor Sea is a relatively shallow sea between Indonesia in the north and Australia in the south. The are contains a wide number of reefs, uninhabited islands.
The Java Sea is a 320.000 km shallow sea between the islands of Borneo to the north, Java to the south, Sumatra to the west and Sulawesi to the east and is the link to the South China Sea. The area offers home for more than 3.000 species of marine life and is a haven for scuba diving. Explore and photograph the underwater caverns, wrecks, sponges, corals and the huge amount of marine life.