Indonesia Liveaboard Safaris
Diving in Komodo, Raja Ampat, Sulawesi, Alor, Banda...
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• Banda Islands and Ambon
• Komodo Island
• Raja Ampat, Alor and Flores
• Sulawesi - Wakatobi or the Lembeh Strait and Manado
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Scuba Charter Adventures
Looking to venture further so you can experience dive destinations with the highest marine life diversity in the world?
You'll discover that we offer dozens of adventure-laden Indonesia liveaboard cruises for diving in Komodo, Raja Ampat, the Banda Islands, Wakatobi and Lembeh Strait in Sulawesi, Alor and Flores.
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Liveaboards in Indonesia
Indonesia has such a superb array of liveaboard destinations that any one of its lesser known attractions would be major drawcards elsewhere in the world.
The Komodo Island National Marine Park continues to be our most popular Indonesia liveaboards destination. Strong currents sweep rich plankton harvests into the shallow water channels around these islands, attracting large, feeding pelagics such as whale sharks and manta rays.
The walls field an incredible amount of colourful filter feeders, such as sea apples, sea squirts, tunicates and crinoids. Numerous protected bays are havens for macro life with frogfish and pygmy seahorses quite common. Komodo diving cruises typically depart from Bali via Sumbawa and include land visits to see the legendary Komodo dragons. Extended charters continue on to Maumere Bay in Flores and Alor.
West Papua liveaboards to Raja Ampat attract more than their fair share of praise from experienced divers. Said to be home to the greatest number of fish and coral species anywhere in the world, the beautiful and remote mushroom-shaped islands of Raja Ampat harbour dense schools of fish and countless World War II wrecks.
The waters of the Banda Islands and Ambon promise riches beyond the wildest dreams of many dive destinations worldwide. Big pelagics and large schools of fish abound, and the reefs are healthy and thriving. You will see squadrons of mobula rays, good shark action, and some impressive dog-toothed tuna. The volumes of reef fish in the Banda Sea need to be seen to be believed.
If encounters with the unusual and bizarre is your interest, then look no further than liveaboards in the Lembeh Strait, Bangka, the Sangihe Archipelago and Bunaken Island. The world renowned Lembeh waters are home to some of the worlds most amazing creatures.
Mimic octopus, hairy frogfish, snake eels, spiny devilfish, pegasus, stargazers and mandarinfish are just some of the critters that attract many an underwater documentary camera crew.
Luxury charters also visit the renowned Wakatobi Archipelago for week long cruises. These dive safaris focus on the outer atolls of the region which are virtually untouched by man, and the diving and reefs are exquisite. Come diving in paradise while there are still vacancies!
All Indonesia liveaboard trip prices normally include:
Diving, air-conditioned cabins, catering, non-alcoholic drinks, transfers, weights and weight-belts, torches and tanks, professional divemaster and all taxes. Your liveaboard shortlist quote will include no 'hidden extras'.
Please note that marine park fees vary with destinations visited and the cost will be stated in the shortlist that we send you.
Full sets of diving equipment can be rented from US$ 20 per day.
We recommend that all our customers take out insurance to cover diving and travel activities, including trip cancellation. See our insurance programme for a competitive quote.
If you require hotel accommodation you can get the best value rooms with Agoda, our affiliated hotel reservation specialists.
Ports of departure:
Komodo scuba diving on Bali liveaboards depart from Benoa Harbour. Transfers are provided free of charge from all areas of Bali (unless otherwise stated).
For other destinations in Indonesia such as West Papua liveaboard cruises, departure point details will be sent to you by email.
Dive The World rating system:
The customer rating displayed for each liveaboard safari indicates our customers' satisfaction. 5 star is excellent, 4 star is very good, 3 star is good, 2 star is average, and 1 star is below average. We ask each and every one of our customers to rate their adventure. The rating earned is an average of ratings received over the last season. This way, we ensure our recommendations and ratings are truly impartial and reflect up to date performance based on the most important indicator - your satisfaction!
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