Liveaboards i Indonesien
Indonesia completely unique when it comes to Liveaboards. Nowhere in the world you can find such a large and varied range och liveaboards with so many different options, in terms of route and variation on diving environment. In Indonesia we offer Liveaboards with a variety of departure ports.
The tours needs often to be adapted and tailored by flights and possibly domestic flights, as well necessary overnight stays between the flights. Submit your request here on our website. We will then get back to you and together with you we will present a balanced itinerary for your next Scuba Holiday.
Choose from our departures. Filter by month, year and boat. If you need help, you are welcome to call us.
Dyka i Indonesien
BaliKomodo National Park is officially declared on the World Heritage list in 1986 and the National Park (Komodo, Rinca, and Padar Islands) is the world’s largest protected marine zone. The variety of islands in the national park combined with currents, waves and winds has created a fantastic diversity of coastal and marine habitats.
The underwater streams are constantly present and these streams bring oxygen and nutrient-rich water. It is the foundation of the astonishing underwater life you will discover. Mangrove forests, seagrass beds and pristine coral reefs are characteristic of the various habitats that are all within the boundaries of the national park. Diving varies from vertical walls and coral reefs in various forms, sudden drops and calmer bays. The latter is ideally suited for macro enthusiasts looking for more rare species. To date, over 1000 fish species, 260 reef-building coral species and 70 fungi have been noted in the national park.
Raja Ampat, which in Indonesian means the Four Kings, is a Marine Park world renowned for being the epicentre of marine biodiversity. The park covers a large area with approximately 170 nautical miles separating the northern and southern extremities. It would be possible to dive for weeks and weeks without seeing the same sites twice.
Raja Ampat can be divided into three sections covering the North, Central and Southern Sections. Spectacular scenery both above and below the water make this heritage area unique and a bucket list item for both divers and lovers of nature.
Indonesien ligger i hjärtat av korall-triangel!
Coral Triangle is one of the world’s most important marine ecosystems on an area of 6 million km2 encompassing Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Solomon Islands and East Timor. of the world’s coral species and an astonishing array of marine animals.
The Republic of Indonesia, located in Southeast Asia, is the largest island nation in the world, with over 17,000 islands and a population of over 225 million, spread over an area of 1.9 million square kilometers, Indonesia stretches all the way from Aceh in the north down to Papua in the Southeast. Indonesia has something unique to offer all its visitors. Everything from white sandy beaches and pointed volcanoes, to “Robinson Crusoe” islands and vibrant metropolitan life.
You will need a tourist visa to enter Indonesia, which can be issued upon arrival at the airport in Indonesia. This applies to citizens of all European countries. You will also need a passport that is valid for at least another six months after returning home.
The official language of Indonesia is Bahasa Indonesia. The staff at Resort and Liveaboards are multilingual and English is widely spoken.
The Indonesian currency is Rupiah (IRP). Money can easily be exchanged at banks and public exchange offices. But exchange rates may vary. ATMs are easily accessible in cities and airports.
Health & Vaccinations
We recommend all travelers to visit a health clinic 4-8 weeks prior to departure. Many places in Indonesia have cases of malaria and dengue fever. If you are planning to travel overland in these regions, you should consider vaccination against malaria.