Diving Spots in Indonesia

by Asd fg (22.06.2022)

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Adventure at the Best Diving Points in Indonesia!

For those of you who are adventurous, Indonesia offers a lot of tourist charms that are perfect for awakening your sense of adventure. One of them is to explore the marine wealth or underwater nature in the waters of the archipelago.

It is no secret that Indonesia is often a diving destination for many tourists from all over the world.

Best Diving Destinations in Indonesia

Raja Ampat

Raja Ampat is indeed one of the prima donna of tourism in the archipelago. An area consisting of more than 600 island groups, Raja Ampat is not only famous for its beautiful landscapes, but also as the best diving point in Indonesia which is world-famous.

In fact, the four largest islands in Raja Ampat, namely Misool Island, Salawati Island, Batanta Island, and Waigeo Island have been named the area with the highest diversity of marine life. No wonder the area which is home to 75% of the world's coral reef species offers amazing underwater beauty for divers.

Some of the favorite dive points in this area include Masuar Island, Chicken Reef, Mike's Point, to Blue Magic.

Wakatobi

Designated as a national park in 1996, the Wakatobi area is also a world biosphere reserve which is known as one of the best diving destinations in Indonesia, even at the national level! Toppers can explore the underwater natural wealth in Wakatobi by exploring the Wakatobi archipelago such as Wangi-Wangi Island, Kaledupa, Tomia, and also Binongko which is famous as the best diving point in Wakatobi.

Weh Island

Pulau Weh, or better known as Sabang is one of the places known as Kilometer Zero, or Indonesia's first kilometer point at the end of Aceh Province. Weh Island itself is famous for its wealth of tourism potential, ranging from the beautiful Mount Merapi Jaboi, Aneuk Laot and Priya Laot to the best Diving Spots locations that are often hunted by tourists.

Several choices of favorite dive points in this area include Klah Island, Rondo Island, Seulako Island, and also Rubiah Island. In order to capture the beauty of the underwater world, don't forget to equip yourself with the best underwater camera when visiting Pulau Weh, OK!



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