Indonesia is quickly making its mark in the world of diving beyond no-stop limits. Here are some of the reasons Indonesia is becoming a top tech diving destination.
Macro diving in Lembeh Strait is unparalleled when it comes to looking for the weirdest and wackiest critters. Here are some of the stars of the show.
When it comes to diving, travelers to Indonesia are spoiled for choice. Here are five Indonesian dive destinations for divers to add to their bucket lists, spanning the gamut from magically macro locales to the chance to swim with giant mantas.
The best diving in Sulawesi ranges from walls to reefs to pelagics and macro. With so much to see, here are a few of our choices for must-dives.
Komodo National Park is famous for dragons, swift drift diving and abundant marine life. Here’s our definitive guide to diving Komodo.
Recent news reports claim that Komodo National Park will close to tourists. Is this fake news or a true story? And if it’s true, how will it affect divers?
Although you may not have heard of it, the scuba diving in Pulau Weh, Indonesia, makes the trek to this tiny island well worthwhile.
We’ve all heard of Bali’s greatest hits when it comes to diving like the USAT Liberty wreck and Manta Point off Nusa Penida, but here we’ll share a few secret dive sites in Bali.
When a 6.9-magnitude tremor struck Lombok on August 5th the damage was devastating. The community is struggling to recover after the Lombok earthquake.
Lembeh, Indonesia is world-famous for muck diving. Here are some of our picks for the top dive sites in this magical location, the critter capital of the dive world.
In a country as vast and diverse as Indonesia, nearly countless spectacular dives await. Here are our picks for the top five dive sites in Komodo.
Alor, Indonesia, is an underwater paradise that remains a bit of a hidden gem. Here are our picks for the best scuba diving in Alor.
It may take some effort to get to the northern coast of Sulawesi for the Passport to Paradise dive trip, but the reward is well worth the journey.
Plant-based diets have gained a lot of popularity in recent years, but plenty of marine animals have always eaten this way. Meet the ahead-of-the-trend vegetarians of Wakatobi Dive Resort.
The ribbon eel looks just as its name implies. These long, thin, elegant creatures are common in the waters around Wakatobi Dive Resort.
Fish often change color — and even shape — as they mature. Keep your eyes peeled for lots of unique juveniles on the reef at Wakatobi Dive Resort, from emperor angelfish to the unmistakable juvenile harlequin sweetlips.
One of the most popular dive sites around Bali, Crystal Bay is famous for mola-mola sightings, currents and gorgeous reefs.
In a new series of articles, we’ll take a closer look at the spectacular marine life at Wakatobi Dive Resort in Sulawesi. Here, we’ll explain why clownfish and anemones go together like peanut butter and jelly.