The Republic of Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago, made up of 17,508 islands of various sizes all fringed with white sandy beaches.
Due to Indonesia’s location and geology, the country is blessed with a diverse landscape. There are fertile rice fields in Java and Bali and luscious rainforests in Sumatra, Kalimantan and Sulawesi and West Papua. Indonesia has many unexplored islands with grand mountain views, green rainforests, rolling waves perfect for surfing and deep blue pristine seas. There is a lot of unique flora and fauna indigenous to Indonesia such as the “orang utan”, Komodo dragons, one-horned Rhino, wild oxen and even tigers!
Get ready to discover wonderful Indonesia!
There is a tropical climate which varies according to region and the average temperature ranges between 26˚C – 28˚C. As Indonesia spans over such a large area, seasonality and weather can differ.
We recommend light, casual clothing. Remember to dress conservatively outside of your hotel or resort, and swimwear is not allowed in public. Women should take care to observe a stricter dress code in Muslim areas, ensuring legs and shoulders are covered.
Indonesia forms one corner of the Coral Triangle, which is the epicentre of the world’s marine biodiversity. With 20% of the world’s coral reefs, it is one of the ultimate scuba diving destinations. Some dive destinations in this area are situated in marine conservation parks.
There are over 3,000 fish species and 600 species of coral. The diving is diverse with steep walls, deep-water trenches, underwater volcanic mountains, World War II wrecks, pelagic life, an endless variety of macro life and extraordinary muck diving.
Many destinations have excellent land-based diving, while some remote areas are best approached by boat in the form of a liveaboard.
20˚C-28˚C, 3-7mm wetsuit
You can dive in Indonesia year-round, however, conditions will vary in the different regions throughout the year. Please check the details for each region’s dive seasons/conditions individually.
Diving the SS Liberty in Bali, critter diving in Lembeh Strait, the pelagics of Komodo National Park, and the corals and exquisite marine creatures of Raja Ampat. If you’re fortunate, you might get to meet one of the ocean’s scarce and ever shy inhabitants: the Mola Mola. There’s something for everyone.
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