Located in the most bio-diverse marine environment on the planet, Indonesia is well known for its underwater habitats. With more than 17,000 islands and unique marine life, Indonesia is host to a paradise beneath the waters of the World’s largest island nation.
Not only are there numerous underwater environments and habitats, which include coral reefs, walls, pinnacles, and wrecks, all supporting different marine life, but Indonesia is home to some of the most beautiful coral reefs in the World. These reefs embrace the Raja Ampat archipelago, often called ‘the’ epicentre of marine biodiversity. Indonesian waters also support a wide variety of marine life, including colourful fish, sharks, rays, and turtles, and are of great ecological importance.
Comprising a broad scope of dive sites ranging from shallow coral gardens to deep walls, wrecks, and muck, occasionally coupled with intense drift diving and generally warm and clear water, The archipelago is a scuba divers’ paradise.
Indonesia is also a compellingly diverse country with a rich culture and history. Many dive sites are located near traditional villages, allowing you to immerse yourself in local customs and traditions. And…. Indonesian cuisine is equally as captivating and inclusive.
Here are some of the best dive destinations in Indonesia. This list is constantly evolving, and the operator’s listed change regarding their support for plant-based diets and attitudes to conservation.
Below are Indonesian dive resorts we recommend for their attention to plant-based menus and support of environmental initiatives. For more information, connect with us, and let us help you arrange the perfect plant-based Indonesian dive holiday.
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