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    Top 10 Dive Spots in Indonesia, Don't Miss it!

    The Indonesian archipelago is made up of over 17,000 islands making it an absolute paradise for divers. But how do you choose from the thousands of dive sites that stretch from Sumatra all the way to West Papua? We’re going to help out by listing our top 10 dive spots in Indonesia…in no particular order.

    1. Raja Ampat



    Known by divers as one of the most biodiverse areas in Indonesia archipelago. With over 550 species of coral, 1,400 fish species and more than 700 different types of molluscs have made, there is more to see here than you could discover in a lifetime of diving.

    2. North Sulawesi



    One of the most amazing areas of Indonesia for variety of seascapes. Bunaken National Marine Park offers steep coral walls and challenging dives for experience divers.

    3. Bali



    Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan islands off the south coast of Bali offer some of the best diving with the possibility of seeing Manta Rays and other pelagics.

    4. Flores & Komodo National Park



    Over 100 species of fish are known in this area and the array of hard and soft corals is staggering. The only downside is that currents in the Komodo national park can be very strong so diving here isn’t recommended for beginners.

    5. Banda Island



    Healthy coral reefs, sea fans, sponges and thousands of species of reef life are untouched in this isolated area.

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    6. Bangka & Belitung Islands



    There are over 25 dive sites to choose from and the waters are generally calm and shallow so divers of all skill levels can be comfortable here.
    7. Wakatobi Islands



    Coral reefs and marine life are abundant here with over 900 known marine species. Sightings of sea turtles, dolphins, manta rays and moray eels are common, but there is plenty more to see as well.

    8. Pulau Weh



    This island is well off the beaten track, making it one of the most exciting places for serious divers. On the northwest of Sumatra bursts with pristine reef system, which are home to an incredible variety of marine life.

    9. Togean Islands



    Expect to see huge parrot fish, barracudas, reef sharks, shrimps of every size and shape and tons of colourful coral. This is truly paradise for divers looking for a unique castaway experience.

    10. The Gili Islands



    There is a wide range of dives here, for shallow slopes, deep drop offs and excellent muck diving.

    As you can see there are endless diving opportunities in Indonesia.

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