Have a face-to-face encounter with the endearing sweetlips!
The Harlequin sweetlips fish is native to the Indo-Pacific Ocean and has the remarkable ability to completely change appearance and swimming habits as it matures. Book a boat on Diving-cruise-Indonesia.com to dive and see this magnificent creature with your own eyes!
Meet the spectacular Spanish dancer nudibranch, the largest of its species, in the water of Sulawesi, Indonesia. Its whirling swimming and red color will remind you of the elegant movements of a flamenco dancer.
Ambon Island is part of the Maluku Islands of Indonesia, formerly known as the Moluccas. The Island was once a busy trading post for spices controlled by the Dutch East India Company in the 16th and 17th century. The land is isolated by deep water, covered with forest and has a mountainous hinterland. As a result, the Ambon Bay possess an amazing variety of rare and wonderful aquatic species and uncrowded diving sites.
The underwater ecosystem is very rich and you will be left amazed by the beauty of its creatures such as Ambon Scorpionfish, Wonderpus Octopus, Flamboyant Cuttlefish, Nudibranchs, Harlequin Shrimp, and much more.
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Sulawesi, formerly known as Celebes, is situated between Borneo and the Maluku Islands. It is one of the main islands of Indonesia and the 11th largest island in the world. Its four sprawling peninsulas give this island over 6,000 km of coastline.
Sulawesi, surrounded by rich seas with large habitats of coral reefs, has a remarkable coastal marine life. These habitats are home to hawksbill, leatherback and green sea turtles, as well as dugongs and six of the world’s seven giant clam species.
Bunaken National Marine Park and its world-famous island Bunaken, located at the northern tip of Sulawesi, are often quoted amongst the world’s top 10 dive destinations. It also ranks among the best snorkeling destinations in the world with a rare combination of crystal clear water with visibility up to 40 metes and a high level of marine biodiversity mainly due to the oceanic currents.
Experience an unexplored paradise
As the second largest island of the Greater Sunda Islands, Sumatra is a unique and stunning place of warm people and natural wonders. You will be amazed by one of the richest fauna and flora. Indeed, Sumatra is covered by luxurious tropical rain-forests with a large range of vegetation, which hosts a wide variety of species.
Sumatra is also located in the coral triangle, which holds 75% of all the world’s species of coral and attracts numerous fish and marine mammals, such as the graceful Manta Rays and the mysterious Mola Mola.
This island has a prolific and wonderful marine life and a great array of diversity just waiting to be discovered. If you are a wildlife lover, Sumatra will be the perfect place for you.
Discover the beauty of the underwater world of Wakatobi
Wakatobi is an Indonesian archipelago situated in Banda Sea.
The name is an acronym of its four biggest islands: WAngi-Wangi, KAdelupa, TOmia et BInongko.
It is not surprising that Jacques Cousteau, one of the most famous undersea explorers, has called the Wakatobi Islands: an “Underwater Nirvana”.
These heavenly and little-known islands offer some of the best diving in Indonesia. Indeed, Wakatobi is home to more than 900 marine species and 25 coral reefs.
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Ever dreamed of diving with a mola mola? Diving-cruise-indonesia.com offers you the opportunity to join one of its diving cruises across Nusa Lembongan and meet the famous sunfish! Have a look at our website and we will find you the perfect boat to live an incredible experience.
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Discover the wonders of Raja Ampat aboard our cruise ships and let the beauty of its islands captivate you
Raja Ampat, which means the Four Kings, is composed of 1,500 small islands covered by jungle. This exceptional site is well-known for its breathtaking beauty as well as its unique biodiversity on land and at sea. If you happen to be a passionate diver, this destination will surely be a compulsory stopover. Indeed, more than two thirds of the world’s coral reefs are located in Raja Ampat. This underwater paradise is simply unbelievable and has become a highly-coveted place for all professional divers. As you will dive into its waters, you will be able to spot whales, dolphins, turtles, hammerhead sharks, whale sharks, barracudas… The variety of species of fishes and corals is truly impressive: UNESCO even considers to put Raja Ampat on the World Heritage List as the richest marine biodiversity area of the world! Book your cruise on Diving-cruise-indonesia.com and be sure to live an experience you will remember for the rest of your life.
Raja Ampat’s magnificence will remain etched forever in your memory!
We offer you a large choice of diving cruise boats to spend a perfect holiday across the waters of Indonesia
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Diving-cruise-Indonesia.com possesses a fleet of over 70 luxury cruise ships navigating across Indonesian waters.
We offer small boats for small groups or large vessels to fit groups and families, which will allow you to discover incredible places… As soon as you will step aboard one of these wooden schooners, you will know that you made the right decision by booking a cruise on Diving-cruise-indonesia.com.
Diving-cruise-Indonesia.com has only selected experienced cruise boats to ensure you an unforgettable cruise. Each boat offers different activities during the liveaboard such as diving, snorkeling, fishing, free diving, tow surfing or jet skiing. On board, you will also be able to watch some DVDs, read a book on the deck, have a massage, sing karaoke or spend some good time chatting on the sun-deck with your family or your friends. Whether you are a diver or not, you will enjoy every minute of your stay aboard our luxurious Indonesian cruise boats. Contact Diving-cruise-Indonesia.com and get the best deal for your next liveaboard in the blue waters of Indonesia.