Toya Pakeh has a good collection of beautiful bommies, some very large sponges, and a good level of coral cover. The dive site is found…

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This is another great Bali dive site with a reef with some steep slopes, surrounded by a sandy bottom. The dive site also has a…

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This is one of the most popular reef dives in Bali and is an extremely healthy dive site with great corals and a variety of…

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This is another great dive site in the area for learning how to dive and for refresher courses. There is a great coral reef where…

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This dive site is similar to other dive sites in the area in that it is made up of a fantastic long reef that slopes…

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Temple Point is a great dive site with a rocky bottom and a stunning coral reef that are full of many different types of species….

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Jeladi Wilis is a great site for divers just starting out in the world of Scuba. It is used mainly to teach divers and also…

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This is known as one of the best muck dive sites in Bali. The site is a great site for macro photographers and for night…

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Divers will be stunned by how many they are and the surface area of these fish is staggering. The dive site is a great spot…

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This dive site is a wonderful canyon dive that is a great habitat for a diverse array of marine life. The main part of the…

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This great vertical wall dive has a number of caves and offers some excellent exploration dives. The currents here bring the pelagic fish and this…

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This is a great dive site with a sandy bottom and very little current. It is not often rated very highly but this is a…

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Amazing drift dive running through 15m to 30m deep canyons.

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This is a fantastic dive site in the Komodo region and one of the few dive sites of the area that does not have large…

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This island is home to two amazing dive sites, which are known as Sabolon Besar and Sabolon Kecil. In the local Bahasa language, Besar means…

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This is a fantastic dive for divers who do not want to dive with current. It is a nice and easy dive and has some…

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If you are diving in the Komodo area and you want some muck diving, then this is the dive site. This famous macro dive site…

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The End of the World is one of those amazing wall dive sites that drop off, well, down to the end of the world! This…

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This is a stunning dive named because of the presence of a large number of yellow sea cucumbers that create the yellow colour on this…

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This dive site is a fantastic reef with some great coral cover and a large variety of fish life. The translation of the dive site…

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This is one of the most famous and most visited dive sites in the Komodo national park. It is found northeast of the Pulau Punya…

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Also called ‘The Cauldron’, this fantastic dive site has currents allowing you to fly at amazing speeds like the bullet of a shotgun.

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If divers visit the region, they must visit Hot Rocks, simply because it is one of the most unique seascapes that divers could visit. The…

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This is a fantastic dive site made up of three pinnacles that are arranged in a series formation, providing divers with many opportunities for exploring…

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This dive site is a wonderful dive site for spotting less common or unusual marine creatures and this is where it gets its name. The…

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This dive site is one of the worlds best dive sites to see Crinoids. These amazing creatures are often called feather stars or sea lilies…

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Located in the channel between Komodo Island and Gili Lawa Darat, Golden Passage is a fantastic dive site within the Komodo National Park. Often described…

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Now here is another fantastic dive site that is pristine, brimming with life and flourishing with corals. The site is named after the three large…

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The main attractions at this site, especially from July to September, are the vast quantities of sharks that can be seen. The dive site is…

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This dive site is heralded as one of the best sites of the Komodo National Park but it actually lies outside the park close to…

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This dive site is one of only seven pink or red beaches in the world. The color comes from the red coral that is broken…

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If you are not a macro diver, then Cannibal Rock is the site for you to discover macro diving. This site is well known for…

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This dive site is definitely an unforgettable dive experience, and it is a highlight of the Komodo National Park and for good reasons. Between September…

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Tatawa Besar is famous for having some of the most astonishing coral gardens in the Komodo National Park. Given the diversity of coral in the…

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Although Tatawa Kecil has notorious strong currents, it is nonetheless another fantastic dive site in the Komodo National Park. These currents make it a great…

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Beautiful pinnacle and reef dive site.

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Excellent drift dive located north of Komodo island.

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Crystal Rock dive site gets its name from the incredibly clear, crystal waters and is in the top ten dive sites in the Komodo National…

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This submerged pinnacle is a favourite amongst divers, and for good reason! Castle Rock boasts bottlenose dolphins, mackerel and trevally and plenty of macro life to suit every diver’s preference.

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With 301 fish species recorded in 2012, this dive site is the fifth richest dive site in the world for sheer quantity of fish.

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It is famous for its vertical wall as well as the considerable cave within this wall.

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It has been said that this site is named because of the large numbers of long whip coral in the sloping wall that resemble the strings of a Mandolin.

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One of the most amazing dive sites in Bunaken National Park, Likuan is made up of three separate dive sites.

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Fukui Point is a favorite dive site featuring amazing hard corals on a sandy slope.

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In the local language, Bahasa Indonesian, Celah means crack and Celah Celah is translated as cracks.

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Bunaken Timur is a fantastic coral wall dive and the best dive site in Bunaken island.

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Alung Banua features a wall and several small caves which are home to interesting leaf fishes and frog fishes.

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Mike’s Point gets its name from Mike Severns, the well-known diving photographer who spent many hours diving this site.

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