Earth's premier island chain with more than seventeen thousand islands, Indonesia is located along the equator extending from South East Asia to the Pacific Ocean.
With countless cultural groups and languages, the breathtaking marine world consists of the very best scuba diving worldwide and is especially well regarded thanks to its underwater bio-diversity.
This unique volcanic region brings together mile after mile of beaches, nutrient-rich currents and tropical weather conditions that come in concert to produce a natural aquatic paradise.
Outstanding coral reefs as well as exceptional marine life draw the oversea scuba diving community to the Indonesia seas.
Some of the top diving destinations include: Bali, Lombok, the Gilli Islands, Sulawesi, Lembeh Strait, Flores, Raja Ampat and Kalimantan.