Indonesia’s Best Dive Sites & Snorkelling Spots: An Insiders Guide

Indonesia is an epicentre of biodiversity, hosting a greater variety of marine life than anywhere else in the world.


Its 13,466 islands, some of which are situated in the heart of The Coral Triangle, make Indonesia a divers paradise.


We have pinpointed this diverse country's famed dive and snorkel spots to help you plan out your next big adventure.


In this guide, you can explore the dive sites that make up the world-renowned Komodo National Park, famed by UNESCO for its biodiversity and teeming unspoilt underworld.


We bare insight into the underwater sculpture museum of the Gili Islands, sunken Japanese warships from World War 2, getting up close and personal with manta rays and turtles in Nusa Pinda and what life would be like on a Liveaboard.

Gili Islands


The three small Gili Islands (Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno and Gili Air), fringed by white-sand beaches and coral reefs, provide some of the best snorkeling in Southeast Asia.


Because of their close proximity to both Bali and