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Diving Sites In Indonesia/ Bali


Bali is a small island. Located in between two oceans (Pacific Ocean in the north, and Indian Ocean in the south) and two continents (Asian and Australian), Bali is completely influenced by them. Land, topography, weather, water and season are born from the meeting of the influences and then rebuild a specific, but not very endemic, condition for Bali.

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Sangihe Archipelago, North Sulawesi

If there is any creature that you wish to see, this is the place to see it. Big size silvertip sharks, eagle rays, leopard sharks, nurse sharks, whitetips - they are everywhere. The sites are rich with life - literally underwater gardens with healthy soft coral.

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The Raja Ampat – Irian Jaya

The islands of the Raja Ampat are extremely picturesque and diverse in their geological make up. Ranging from shear-sided granite islands, similar in appearance to Palau, to small coral sand cays and islets, resembling those of the Maldives. The waters of the Raja Ampat are crystal clear, with a deep blue / azure appearance. If you can imagine a South Pacific dream location, this is it!

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Komodo Island

Located 300 miles east of the cultural center of Bali, Komodo Island is a remote, seemingly prehistoric part of the sprawling island nation of Indonesia. Komodo Island offers two totally different marine environments. In the north the warm clear waters flow from the Flores and Banda seas. Typical of most tropical locations throughout the world. The hard coral reefs are extensive and in pristine condition. To the south, cooler waters flow from deep in the Indian Ocean.

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