Indonesia: An Overview

This is a list of pages on the bodeweb which are available in English:

Diving in the centre of biodiversity

The region between the Philippines in the north and the Indonesian ring of fire in the south is probably the area of the most-diverse population of reef fishes, crustaceans, corals and mollusks on earth. This article provides a summary.

Diving in the centre of biodiversity

Videos: Diving in Indonesia

Videos: Diving in Indonesia

A collection of underwater videos from Indonesia sorted in albums on vimeo.


Diving in Bali

A description of dive sites and diving in Bali. Also containing a video of a diving trip to Bali in 2008.


Diving in Sumatra

A report from 2005 and 2006. We were the first tourists who visited Pulau Weh after the Tsunami. In 2006 we returned in order to document the changes.


Diving in Kalimantan (Borneo)

Diving on Maratua Island Nabucco Island Resort


Diving in Sulawesi

General information about Sulawesi and an introduction to the best dive destinations on this island.

Diving Lembeh Strait and the Sangihe Islands

Lembeh Strait in North Sulawesi is a heaven for critter hunters. But you can also continue your journey further north towards the Sangihe and Talaud Islands.

Diving in Donggala

Donggala, a small harbour in central Sulawesi is the home of Prince John Dive Resort.

Diving around Makassar

A description of the dive sites off Makassar.

The Togean Islands

The Togean Islands in the Gulf of Tomini in Central Suawesi are an interesting diving destination in Indonesia. Since 2002 there is also a liveaboard cruising in the area.

Diving in Gorontalo

Gorontalo on the northern coast of Tomini Bay is a new and interesting dive destination. It can be reached easily from Manado.


Diving in Komodo

Komodo inside the famous Komodo National Park is one of the best diving areas in the world. We visited this outstanding underwater eco system im March/April 2004 on board of M/V Ciska.


Diving in Flores

Flores is one of the most beautiful islands in Indonesia. There are interesting dive destinations on this island.


Diving in Alor

Alor, an island east of flores, is a diving destination not to be missed. We have visited the island five times in the last 10 years.

Moluccan Islands (Maluku)

Diving the Moluccan Islands

The Maluku Islands, also known as the Moluccas or Spice Islands are situated in the eastern half of Indonesia and are a very interesting diving destination in Indonesia. This article concentrates mainly on diving in Ambon.

Raja Ampat (West Papua)

Diving in Raja Ampat

A summary report from several trips to the Raja Ampat Islands in Papua Barat (Irian Jaya), the Indonesian part of the island of New Guinea.