Liveaboard diving and snorkeling in Indonesia can be one of the most rewarding experiences. With over 17,000 islands Indonesia is the World's second largest archipelago state and with over 80,000 km of coastline. The country offers divers the opportunity to delight in a fantastic array of marine life. Indonesia is home to 15% of the World's coral reefs and has over 4000 recorded different fish & invertebrate species - with many more yet to be identified.
Indonesia is so varied and there is plenty to appeal to even the most seasoned diver, from muck diving and the fast paced currents around Komodo to the soft corals and colourful fish dives in Raja Ampat or discover new sites in off shore islands of the Banda sea. You can see many shark & ray species along the way including white tip, grey reef and wobbegongs as well as tiny critters and a sheer diversity of fish. Discover the beauty of this archipelago.
For centuries before Europeans arrived in the area there was a vibrant trade between the spice islands and most of the known world. Great trading vessels regularly sailed as far as Africa, India, and China loaded with their highly valued delicately scented cargos.G. I.