Ilike Liveaboard Indonesia

Description

The ILIKE was built on Sulawesi in Bira in 2010 in the traditional Indonesian way.
The hull is made of ironwood and the body is teak.

MSY Ilike hosts a total of 14 guests in 7 cabins that are fully air-conditioned with ensuite bathroom with hot water shower, toilet and sink. Indonesian and International meals will be served in the spacious saloon with open kitchen, or in the outdoor sitting area at the stern of the boat, well protected from wind while sailing. The comfortable dive deck in front of the boat is one of the most spacious on Indonesian liveaboards. As a diver you can choose to dive on Air or Nitrox from our membrane Nitrox compressor. Between dives you are invited to catch some sun on our sun deck, where you will also enjoy spectacular sunsets, sipping a cool drink!

The yacht is powered by 2 x 320HP marine engines, allowing us to cruise at an average speed of 7 knots across Indonesia. We schedule top diving destinations like Komodo, Alor, Maluku/Banda Sea, Triton Bay, Raja Ampat and Cenderawasih Bay. Rich marine life, healthy corals and stunning landscapes may soon become your memories after a stay on board of MSY Ilike. We look forward to welcome you on board!

Technical details

Length
30 metres
Width
8.4 metres
Depth
3.75 metres
Cabins
7 cabins, each cabin has its own marble bathroom and toilet: • 2 budget cabins withs 2 bunk beds each, bathroom in budget cabins is smaller than other cabin types. • 4 standard cabins for 2-3 persons: double bed below + single bunk bed on top. • 1 large double cabin for 2 persons: double bed.
Motors
2 x 320 PS/6 cylinders / 11051 ccm
Speed
approx. 10 knots
Electrical
2 diesel generators (24 kva ultrasilent, 45 kva silent) 1 wind generator 24 V 600 W, 6 inverters with 12 kW for 12000 Ah 24V
Water
desalting plant 10 000 litre per day
Thrusters
Bow: 35KW hydrolic, Stern: 35KW hydrolic
Tanks
8000 litres diesel, 6500 litres water
Other
Air conditioning WEBASTO, cool water

Schedule

Date Route Availability Rate from - to - Booking/Details
Tue 31 Oct - Fri 10 Nov, 2017
11 days Days/ 10 Nights
Raja Ampat 00/14 € 2.775 - 3.375 Click for booking & details

Route: Raja Ampat

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 100

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

We embark in Sorong, Western Papua. The first night we will be traveling all night to arrive in Misool early the next morning. You will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Batanta has fantastic muck dive sites with the most colourful nudibranchs you can imagine, alien looking critters and beautiful coral bummies.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 31-10-2017
Airport: Sorong
Arrival
Date: 10-11-2017
Airport: Sorong

Suite - € 3.375 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Twin cabin - € 2.975 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 2.775 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Sun 12 - Fri 24 Nov, 2017
13 days Days/ 12 Nights
Raja Ampat - Seacam Shootout 00/14 € 3.330 - 4.050 Click for booking & details

Route: Raja Ampat - Seacam Shootout

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 120

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

We embark in Sorong, Western Papua. The first night we will be traveling all night to arrive in Misool early the next morning. You will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Batanta has fantastic muck dive sites with the most colourful nudibranchs you can imagine, alien looking critters and beautiful coral bummies.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 12-11-2017
Airport: Sorong
Arrival
Date: 24-11-2017
Airport: Sorong

Suite - € 4.050 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Twin cabin - € 3.570 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 3.330 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Sun 26 Nov - Wed 06 Dec, 2017
11 days Days/ 10 Nights
Raja Ampat 01/14 € 2.775 - 3.375 Click for booking & details

Route: Raja Ampat

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 100

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

We embark in Sorong, Western Papua. The first night we will be traveling all night to arrive in Misool early the next morning. You will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Batanta has fantastic muck dive sites with the most colourful nudibranchs you can imagine, alien looking critters and beautiful coral bummies.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 26-11-2017
Airport: Sorong
Arrival
Date: 06-12-2017
Airport: Sorong

Suite - € 3.375 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Twin cabin - € 2.975 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 2.775 per person

Available: 1
Available: 0

 
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Fri 08 - Wed 20 Dec, 2017
13 days Days/ 12 Nights
Raja Ampat 04/14 € 3.330 - 4.050 Special promo: € 2.660 - 3.240 Click for booking & details

Route: Raja Ampat

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 120

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

We embark in Sorong, Western Papua. The first night we will be traveling all night to arrive in Misool early the next morning. You will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Batanta has fantastic muck dive sites with the most colourful nudibranchs you can imagine, alien looking critters and beautiful coral bummies.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 08-12-2017
Airport: Sorong
Arrival
Date: 20-12-2017
Airport: Sorong

Suite - € 3.240 per person

Available: 2
Available: 2

 
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Twin cabin - € 2.850 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 2.660 per person

Available: 2
Available: 2

 
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Fri 22 Dec, 2017 - Wed 03 Jan, 2018
13 days Days/ 12 Nights
Raja Ampat 06/14 € 3.330 - 4.050 Click for booking & details

Route: Raja Ampat

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 120

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

We embark in Sorong, Western Papua. The first night we will be traveling all night to arrive in Misool early the next morning. You will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Batanta has fantastic muck dive sites with the most colourful nudibranchs you can imagine, alien looking critters and beautiful coral bummies.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 22-12-2017
Airport: Sorong
Arrival
Date: 03-01-2018
Airport: Sorong

Suite - € 4.050 per person

Available: 2
Available: 2

 
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Twin cabin - € 3.570 per person

Available: 1
Available: 0

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 3.330 per person

Available: 3
Available: 2

 
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Fri 05 - Tue 16 Jan, 2018
12 days Days/ 11 Nights
Raja Ampat - Triton Bay (or vice versa) 00/14 € 3.300 - 3.960 Click for booking & details

Route: Raja Ampat - Triton Bay (or vice versa)

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 110

We embark in Kaimana, Western Papua. In 2008 it was declared a Marine Protected area of 6000km sq km. Beautiful soft coral gardens, to lush black coral forests, steep walls to sloping coral bommies and underwater pinnacles. Because of the huge plankton blooms in Triton Bay it attracts some gentle giants. There have been regular sightings of the whalesharks. Soft corals also get benefit of the excess of plankton growing to a massive sizes. This is an area that has still so many places to explore and discover, we would love to take you on his spectacular adventure.

Entering Misool thru Daram Islands where you will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 05-01-2018
Airport: Sorong
Arrival
Date: 16-01-2018
Airport: Kaimana

Suite - € 3.960 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Twin cabin - € 3.520 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 3.300 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Fri 19 - Tue 30 Jan, 2018
12 days Days/ 11 Nights
Raja Ampat - Triton Bay (or vice versa) 02/14 € 3.300 - 3.960 Click for booking & details

Route: Raja Ampat - Triton Bay (or vice versa)

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 110

We embark in Kaimana, Western Papua. In 2008 it was declared a Marine Protected area of 6000km sq km. Beautiful soft coral gardens, to lush black coral forests, steep walls to sloping coral bommies and underwater pinnacles. Because of the huge plankton blooms in Triton Bay it attracts some gentle giants. There have been regular sightings of the whalesharks. Soft corals also get benefit of the excess of plankton growing to a massive sizes. This is an area that has still so many places to explore and discover, we would love to take you on his spectacular adventure.

Entering Misool thru Daram Islands where you will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 19-01-2018
Airport: Kaimana
Arrival
Date: 30-01-2018
Airport: Sorong

Suite - € 3.960 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Twin cabin - € 3.520 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
Please login or register to book your spot

Budget twin cabin - € 3.300 per person

Available: 2
Available: 2

 
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Fri 02 - Sun 11 Feb, 2018
10 days Days/ 9 Nights
Raja Ampat 04/14 € 2.700 - 3.240 Click for booking & details

Route: Raja Ampat

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 90

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

We embark in Sorong, Western Papua. The first night we will be traveling all night to arrive in Misool early the next morning. You will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Batanta has fantastic muck dive sites with the most colourful nudibranchs you can imagine, alien looking critters and beautiful coral bummies.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 02-02-2018
Airport: Sorong
Arrival
Date: 11-02-2018
Airport: Sorong

Suite - € 3.240 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Twin cabin - € 2.880 per person

Available: 2
Available: 2

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 2.700 per person

Available: 2
Available: 2

 
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Tue 13 - Sat 24 Feb, 2018
12 days Days/ 11 Nights
Raja Ampat - Triton Bay (or vice versa) 01/14 € 3.300 - 3.960 Special promo: € 2.970 - 3.570 Click for booking & details

Route: Raja Ampat - Triton Bay (or vice versa)

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 110

We embark in Kaimana, Western Papua. In 2008 it was declared a Marine Protected area of 6000km sq km. Beautiful soft coral gardens, to lush black coral forests, steep walls to sloping coral bommies and underwater pinnacles. Because of the huge plankton blooms in Triton Bay it attracts some gentle giants. There have been regular sightings of the whalesharks. Soft corals also get benefit of the excess of plankton growing to a massive sizes. This is an area that has still so many places to explore and discover, we would love to take you on his spectacular adventure.

Entering Misool thru Daram Islands where you will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 13-02-2018
Airport: Sorong
Arrival
Date: 24-02-2018
Airport: Kaimana

Suite - € 3.570 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
Please login or register to book your spot

Twin cabin - € 3.170 per person

Available: 0
Available: 1

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 2.970 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Tue 27 Feb - Sun 11 Mar, 2018
13 days Days/ 12 Nights
Raja Ampat - Triton Bay (or vice versa) 14/14 € 3.600 - 4.320 Special promo: € 3.240 - 3.890 Click for booking & details

Route: Raja Ampat - Triton Bay (or vice versa)

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 120

We embark in Kaimana, Western Papua. In 2008 it was declared a Marine Protected area of 6000km sq km. Beautiful soft coral gardens, to lush black coral forests, steep walls to sloping coral bommies and underwater pinnacles. Because of the huge plankton blooms in Triton Bay it attracts some gentle giants. There have been regular sightings of the whalesharks. Soft corals also get benefit of the excess of plankton growing to a massive sizes. This is an area that has still so many places to explore and discover, we would love to take you on his spectacular adventure.

Entering Misool thru Daram Islands where you will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 27-02-2018
Airport: Kaimana
Arrival
Date: 11-03-2018
Airport: Sorong

Suite - € 3.890 per person

Available: 2
Available: 2

 
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Twin cabin - € 3.460 per person

Available: 8
Available: 8

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 3.240 per person

Available: 4
Available: 4

 
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Mon 19 - Wed 28 Mar, 2018
10 days Days/ 9 Nights
Raja Ampat 00/14 € 2.700 - 3.240 Click for booking & details

Route: Raja Ampat

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 90

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

We embark in Sorong, Western Papua. The first night we will be traveling all night to arrive in Misool early the next morning. You will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Batanta has fantastic muck dive sites with the most colourful nudibranchs you can imagine, alien looking critters and beautiful coral bummies.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 19-03-2018
Airport: Sorong
Arrival
Date: 28-03-2018
Airport: Sorong

Suite - € 3.240 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Twin cabin - € 2.880 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
Please login or register to book your spot

Budget twin cabin - € 2.700 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Sat 31 Mar - Wed 11 Apr, 2018
12 days Days/ 11 Nights
Raja Ampat - Triton Bay (or vice versa) 03/14 € 3.300 - 3.960 Click for booking & details

Route: Raja Ampat - Triton Bay (or vice versa)

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 110

We embark in Kaimana, Western Papua. In 2008 it was declared a Marine Protected area of 6000km sq km. Beautiful soft coral gardens, to lush black coral forests, steep walls to sloping coral bommies and underwater pinnacles. Because of the huge plankton blooms in Triton Bay it attracts some gentle giants. There have been regular sightings of the whalesharks. Soft corals also get benefit of the excess of plankton growing to a massive sizes. This is an area that has still so many places to explore and discover, we would love to take you on his spectacular adventure.

Entering Misool thru Daram Islands where you will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 31-03-2018
Airport: Sorong
Arrival
Date: 11-04-2018
Airport: Kaimana

Suite - € 3.960 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Twin cabin - € 3.520 per person

Available: 1
Available: 0

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 3.300 per person

Available: 1
Available: 1

 
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Sat 14 - Sat 28 Apr, 2018
15 days Days/ 14 Nights
Triton Bay - Forgotten Islands (or vice versa) 12/14 € 4.200 - 5.040 Click for booking & details

Route: Triton Bay - Forgotten Islands (or vice versa)

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 140

Departure
Date: 14-04-2018
Airport: Kaimana
Arrival
Date: 28-04-2018
Airport: Saumlaki

Suite - € 5.040 per person

Available: 2
Available: 2

 
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Twin cabin - € 4.480 per person

Available: 8
Available: 8

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 4.200 per person

Available: 2
Available: 2

 
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Tue 01 - Sat 12 May, 2018
12 days Days/ 11 Nights
Forgotten Islands - Alor 06/14 € 3.300 - 3.960 Click for booking & details

Route: Forgotten Islands - Alor

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 110

In Alor we find yet again great diversity, from vertical coral walls to a sloping gardens covered in anemones for miles on end. We can dive an active volcano were you can see hot air bubbles coming from the rocks. Because we are in the Pantar Strait that brings lots of nutrients, we can also expect to see some dolphins or even whales welcoming us into the bay. With a bit of luck the coolers currents bring us the Mola Mola. Kalabahi bay in West Alor, has world class muck diving in the bay, many different ghost pipefish hide in the mucky bottom, many nudi's and all families of scorpion fish even the elusive rhynopia we have spotted here.

Wetar island has spectacular drop offs, walls covered in black coral bushes that have been over taken by white anemones. Giving you the feeling you are diving a winter wonderland. Gunung Api is an active volcano, but is most famous for it population of sea snakes and seabirds. The birds will come and greet you far before you reach the island. From the moment you jump in you are surrounded by sea snakes. They are very friendly and will leave you alone to enjoy the dramatic lava formations in this unique underwater location. Huge barrel sponges, sea wipes, sea fans, hard and soft corals. We have been very lucky to spot hammerheads here. In Damar, Terbang Selatan and Terbang Utara deserted islands with with steep walls and the most pristine coral garden on top of the reef. Dusbourg and Nil Desperandum are underwater seamounts rising from the depths to about 3 meter bellow the surface. Besides the the unspoiled coral encounters with the bigger pelagic tuna, rainbow runners, Spanish mackerel and hammerheads are common. On Pulau Dawera we can visit a small but very self sustainable village. They have solar power panels and a generator. There is a school and a doctors office and is full of overly friendly people to welcome you and show you around the village where the streets even have names. They have a good understanding of self sustainability therefor are very protective and regulate their fish population. They have shown us 3 amazing underwater pinnacles booming with fish life. If you have time to spend in Saumlaki on Tanimbar island, we recommend you to go visit the woodcarvers....

Departure
Date: 01-05-2018
Airport: Saumlaki
Arrival
Date: 12-05-2018
Airport: Alor

Suite - € 3.960 per person

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Twin cabin - € 3.520 per person

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Tue 15 - Thu 24 May, 2018
10 days Days/ 9 Nights
Alor - East Flores 13/14 € 2.700 - 3.240 Click for booking & details

Route: Alor - East Flores

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 90

Departure
Date: 15-05-2018
Airport: Alor
Arrival
Date: 24-05-2018
Airport: Maumere

Suite - € 3.240 per person

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Twin cabin - € 2.880 per person

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Sun 27 May - Tue 05 Jun, 2018
10 days Days/ 9 Nights
Komodo - East Flores 14/14 € 2.700 - 3.240 Special promo: € 2.200 - 2.740 Click for booking & details

Route: Komodo - East Flores

Marine park fees: +€ 180

Non diver discount: -€ 90

We will start our journey in North/Central Komodo, here we have a variety of dive sites to get you comfortable in your gear. Underwater pinnacles, sloping sandy bottoms, coral walls and nice clear water.

We will visit Sangeyang Island. A volcanic island that last erupted in 2015. There are still a few islanders remaining on this island. The diving is spectacular. There are fantastic black sandy slopes with amazing macro. Hot Rocks is a one of a kind dive as tiny little bubbles emerge from the bottom and the rocks, giving the site a never seen before effect.

Entering Komodo National Park in the North, here the water temperature is usually still nice and warm from the Flores Sea. There is an abundance of fish on these underwater pinnacles, schooling surgeons, big eye jacks, snapper or barracudas and pelagic are a common site. The diversity of sites is unbelievable here in Komodo. From underwater pinnacles to sloping sandy bottoms with manta cleaning stations to driving along a beautiful coral reef.

The further South we travel the water temperature will also drop. Padar island has some beautiful sites where we can start to feel the influence of the Indian Ocean. More nutrients in the water is giving the corals a different look, colors are sharper, fish life is about to change. Even further South we have Nusa Koda this horseshoe shaped bay has stunning corals. Not only in a rainbow of colors but also the size. Fish live in abundance and creatures you may have never seen before in your life, they may remind you the monsters that live under your bed as a child.

These nutrients also bring bigger pelagic fish, like the majestic manta rays. We can see them chasing each other or getting cleaned at the cleaning station. Also there has been sightings of the elusive sunfish or Mola Mola.

Your trip is not complete without a meeting with the last living dinosaurs, the Komodo Dragons. You will get the chance to see them up close at the National Park. With a bit of luck you will also see the macaque monkeys, deers, wild pigs and wild horses.

Departure
Date: 27-05-2018
Airport: Maumere
Arrival
Date: 05-06-2018
Airport: Labuan Bajo

Suite - € 2.740 per person

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Twin cabin - € 2.380 per person

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Fri 08 - Thu 14 Jun, 2018
7 days Days/ 6 Nights
Komodo Short 00/14 € 1.500 - 1.860 Click for booking & details

Route: Komodo Short

Marine park fees: +€ 120

Non diver discount: -€ 70

We will start our journey in North/Central of Komodo, here we have a variety of dive sites and snorkel sites for every level. Sloping sandy bottomUnderwater pinnacles, sloping sandy bottoms, coral walls and gorgeous coral gardens.

Entering Komodo National Park in the North, here the water temperature is usually still nice and warm from the Flores Sea. There is an abundance of fish on these underwater pinnacles, schooling surgeons, big eye jacks, snapper or barracudas and pelagic are a common site. The diversity of sites is unbelievable here in Komodo. From underwater pinnacles to sloping sandy bottoms with manta cleaning stations to driving along a beautiful coral reef.

Your trip is not complete without a meeting with the last living dinosaurs, the Komodo Dragons. You will get the chance to see them up close at the National Park. With a bit of luck you will also see the macaque monkeys, deers, wild pigs and wild horse.

Departure
Date: 08-06-2018
Airport: Labuan Bajo
Arrival
Date: 14-06-2018
Airport: Labuan Bajo

Suite - € 1.860 per person

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Twin cabin - € 1.620 per person

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Sat 16 - Sat 23 Jun, 2018
8 days Days/ 7 Nights
Komodo Short 00/14 € 1.750 - 2.170 Click for booking & details

Route: Komodo Short

Marine park fees: +€ 120

Non diver discount: -€ 70

We will start our journey in North/Central of Komodo, here we have a variety of dive sites and snorkel sites for every level. Sloping sandy bottomUnderwater pinnacles, sloping sandy bottoms, coral walls and gorgeous coral gardens.

Entering Komodo National Park in the North, here the water temperature is usually still nice and warm from the Flores Sea. There is an abundance of fish on these underwater pinnacles, schooling surgeons, big eye jacks, snapper or barracudas and pelagic are a common site. The diversity of sites is unbelievable here in Komodo. From underwater pinnacles to sloping sandy bottoms with manta cleaning stations to driving along a beautiful coral reef.

Your trip is not complete without a meeting with the last living dinosaurs, the Komodo Dragons. You will get the chance to see them up close at the National Park. With a bit of luck you will also see the macaque monkeys, deers, wild pigs and wild horse.

Departure
Date: 16-06-2018
Airport: Labuan Bajo
Arrival
Date: 23-06-2018
Airport: Labuan Bajo

Suite - € 2.170 per person

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Twin cabin - € 1.890 per person

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Tue 26 Jun - Sun 01 Jul, 2018
6 days Days/ 5 Nights
Komodo Short 14/14 € 1.250 - 1.250 Click for booking & details

Route: Komodo Short

Marine park fees: +€ 120

Non diver discount: -€ 50

We will start our journey in North/Central of Komodo, here we have a variety of dive sites and snorkel sites for every level. Sloping sandy bottomUnderwater pinnacles, sloping sandy bottoms, coral walls and gorgeous coral gardens.

Entering Komodo National Park in the North, here the water temperature is usually still nice and warm from the Flores Sea. There is an abundance of fish on these underwater pinnacles, schooling surgeons, big eye jacks, snapper or barracudas and pelagic are a common site. The diversity of sites is unbelievable here in Komodo. From underwater pinnacles to sloping sandy bottoms with manta cleaning stations to driving along a beautiful coral reef.

Your trip is not complete without a meeting with the last living dinosaurs, the Komodo Dragons. You will get the chance to see them up close at the National Park. With a bit of luck you will also see the macaque monkeys, deers, wild pigs and wild horse.

Departure
Date: 26-06-2018
Airport: Labuan Bajo
Arrival
Date: 01-07-2018
Airport: Bima

Suite - € 1.250 per person

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Twin cabin - € 1.250 per person

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Mon 30 Jul - Wed 08 Aug, 2018
10 days Days/ 9 Nights
Komodo 00/14 € 2.250 - 2.790 Click for booking & details

Route: Komodo

Marine park fees: +€ 180

Non diver discount: -€ 80

World class macro dive site as your check out dive in Bima Bay. Yes the visibility might not be as far as you might like but this muck dive will surprise you with the amount of critters you can find.

We will visit Sangeang Island. A volcanic island that last erupted in 2015. There are still a few islanders remaining on this island. The diving is spectacular. There are fantastic black sandy slopes with amazing macro. Hot Rocks is a one of a kind dive as tiny little bubbles emerge from the bottom and the rocks, giving the site a never seen before effect.

Entering Komodo National Park in the North, here the water temperature is usually still nice and warm from the Flores Sea. There is an abundance of fish on these underwater pinnacles, schooling surgeons, big eye jacks, snapper or barracudas and pelagic are a common site. The diversity of sites is unbelievable here in Komodo. From underwater pinnacles to sloping sandy bottoms with manta cleaning stations to driving along a beautiful coral reef.

The further South we travel the water temperature will also drop. Padar island has some beautiful sites where we can start to feel the influence of the Indian Ocean. More nutrients in the water is giving the corals a different look, colours are sharper, fish life is about to change. Even further South we have Nusa Kode this horseshoe shaped bay has stunning corals. Not only in a rainbow of colours but also the size. Fish live in abundance and creatures you may have never seen before in your life, they may remind you the monsters that live under your bed as a child.

These nutrients also bring bigger pelagic fish, like the majestic manta rays. We can see them chasing each other or getting cleaned at the cleaning station. Also there has been sightings of the elusive sunfish or Mola Mola.

Your trip is not complete without a meeting with the last living dinosaurs, the Komodo Dragons. You will get to chance to see them up close at the National Park. With a bit of luck you will also see the macaque monkeys, some deers,wild pig and wild horse.

Departure
Date: 30-07-2018
Airport: Bali
Arrival
Date: 08-08-2018
Airport: Labuan Bajo

Suite - € 2.790 per person

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Twin cabin - € 2.430 per person

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Budget twin cabin - € 2.250 per person

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Fri 10 - Wed 15 Aug, 2018
6 days Days/ 5 Nights
Komodo Short 14/14 € 1.250 - 1.550 Click for booking & details

Route: Komodo Short

Marine park fees: +€ 120

Non diver discount: -€ 50

We will start our journey in North/Central of Komodo, here we have a variety of dive sites and snorkel sites for every level. Sloping sandy bottomUnderwater pinnacles, sloping sandy bottoms, coral walls and gorgeous coral gardens.

Entering Komodo National Park in the North, here the water temperature is usually still nice and warm from the Flores Sea. There is an abundance of fish on these underwater pinnacles, schooling surgeons, big eye jacks, snapper or barracudas and pelagic are a common site. The diversity of sites is unbelievable here in Komodo. From underwater pinnacles to sloping sandy bottoms with manta cleaning stations to driving along a beautiful coral reef.

Your trip is not complete without a meeting with the last living dinosaurs, the Komodo Dragons. You will get the chance to see them up close at the National Park. With a bit of luck you will also see the macaque monkeys, deers, wild pigs and wild horse.

Departure
Date: 10-08-2018
Airport: Labuan Bajo
Arrival
Date: 15-08-2018
Airport: Bima

Suite - € 1.550 per person

Available: 2
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Twin cabin - € 1.350 per person

Available: 8
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Budget twin cabin - € 1.250 per person

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Fri 17 - Mon 27 Aug, 2018
11 days Days/ 10 Nights
Komodo 14/14 € 2.500 - 3.100 Click for booking & details

Route: Komodo

Marine park fees: +€ 180

Non diver discount: -€ 100

World class macro dive site as your check out dive in Bima Bay. Yes the visibility might not be as far as you might like but this muck dive will surprise you with the amount of critters you can find.

We will visit Sangeang Island. A volcanic island that last erupted in 2015. There are still a few islanders remaining on this island. The diving is spectacular. There are fantastic black sandy slopes with amazing macro. Hot Rocks is a one of a kind dive as tiny little bubbles emerge from the bottom and the rocks, giving the site a never seen before effect.

Entering Komodo National Park in the North, here the water temperature is usually still nice and warm from the Flores Sea. There is an abundance of fish on these underwater pinnacles, schooling surgeons, big eye jacks, snapper or barracudas and pelagic are a common site. The diversity of sites is unbelievable here in Komodo. From underwater pinnacles to sloping sandy bottoms with manta cleaning stations to driving along a beautiful coral reef.

The further South we travel the water temperature will also drop. Padar island has some beautiful sites where we can start to feel the influence of the Indian Ocean. More nutrients in the water is giving the corals a different look, colours are sharper, fish life is about to change. Even further South we have Nusa Kode this horseshoe shaped bay has stunning corals. Not only in a rainbow of colours but also the size. Fish live in abundance and creatures you may have never seen before in your life, they may remind you the monsters that live under your bed as a child.

These nutrients also bring bigger pelagic fish, like the majestic manta rays. We can see them chasing each other or getting cleaned at the cleaning station. Also there has been sightings of the elusive sunfish or Mola Mola.

Your trip is not complete without a meeting with the last living dinosaurs, the Komodo Dragons. You will get to chance to see them up close at the National Park. With a bit of luck you will also see the macaque monkeys, some deers,wild pig and wild horse.

Departure
Date: 17-08-2018
Airport: Bima
Arrival
Date: 27-08-2018
Airport: Labuan Bajo

Suite - € 3.100 per person

Available: 2
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Twin cabin - € 2.700 per person

Available: 8
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Budget twin cabin - € 2.500 per person

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Wed 29 Aug - Fri 07 Sep, 2018
10 days Days/ 9 Nights
Komodo 14/14 € 2.250 - 2.790 Click for booking & details

Route: Komodo

Marine park fees: +€ 180

Non diver discount: -€ 90

World class macro dive site as your check out dive in Bima Bay. Yes the visibility might not be as far as you might like but this muck dive will surprise you with the amount of critters you can find.

We will visit Sangeang Island. A volcanic island that last erupted in 2015. There are still a few islanders remaining on this island. The diving is spectacular. There are fantastic black sandy slopes with amazing macro. Hot Rocks is a one of a kind dive as tiny little bubbles emerge from the bottom and the rocks, giving the site a never seen before effect.

Entering Komodo National Park in the North, here the water temperature is usually still nice and warm from the Flores Sea. There is an abundance of fish on these underwater pinnacles, schooling surgeons, big eye jacks, snapper or barracudas and pelagic are a common site. The diversity of sites is unbelievable here in Komodo. From underwater pinnacles to sloping sandy bottoms with manta cleaning stations to driving along a beautiful coral reef.

The further South we travel the water temperature will also drop. Padar island has some beautiful sites where we can start to feel the influence of the Indian Ocean. More nutrients in the water is giving the corals a different look, colours are sharper, fish life is about to change. Even further South we have Nusa Kode this horseshoe shaped bay has stunning corals. Not only in a rainbow of colours but also the size. Fish live in abundance and creatures you may have never seen before in your life, they may remind you the monsters that live under your bed as a child.

These nutrients also bring bigger pelagic fish, like the majestic manta rays. We can see them chasing each other or getting cleaned at the cleaning station. Also there has been sightings of the elusive sunfish or Mola Mola.

Your trip is not complete without a meeting with the last living dinosaurs, the Komodo Dragons. You will get to chance to see them up close at the National Park. With a bit of luck you will also see the macaque monkeys, some deers,wild pig and wild horse.

Departure
Date: 29-08-2018
Airport: Labuan Bajo
Arrival
Date: 07-09-2018
Airport: Labuan Bajo

Suite - € 2.790 per person

Available: 2
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Twin cabin - € 2.430 per person

Available: 8
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Budget twin cabin - € 2.250 per person

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Mon 10 - Wed 19 Sep, 2018
10 days Days/ 9 Nights
Komodo - East Flores 14/14 € 2.250 - 2.790 Click for booking & details

Route: Komodo - East Flores

Marine park fees: +€ 180

Non diver discount: -€ 90

We will start our journey in North/Central Komodo, here we have a variety of dive sites to get you comfortable in your gear. Underwater pinnacles, sloping sandy bottoms, coral walls and nice clear water.

We will visit Sangeyang Island. A volcanic island that last erupted in 2015. There are still a few islanders remaining on this island. The diving is spectacular. There are fantastic black sandy slopes with amazing macro. Hot Rocks is a one of a kind dive as tiny little bubbles emerge from the bottom and the rocks, giving the site a never seen before effect.

Entering Komodo National Park in the North, here the water temperature is usually still nice and warm from the Flores Sea. There is an abundance of fish on these underwater pinnacles, schooling surgeons, big eye jacks, snapper or barracudas and pelagic are a common site. The diversity of sites is unbelievable here in Komodo. From underwater pinnacles to sloping sandy bottoms with manta cleaning stations to driving along a beautiful coral reef.

The further South we travel the water temperature will also drop. Padar island has some beautiful sites where we can start to feel the influence of the Indian Ocean. More nutrients in the water is giving the corals a different look, colors are sharper, fish life is about to change. Even further South we have Nusa Koda this horseshoe shaped bay has stunning corals. Not only in a rainbow of colors but also the size. Fish live in abundance and creatures you may have never seen before in your life, they may remind you the monsters that live under your bed as a child.

These nutrients also bring bigger pelagic fish, like the majestic manta rays. We can see them chasing each other or getting cleaned at the cleaning station. Also there has been sightings of the elusive sunfish or Mola Mola.

Your trip is not complete without a meeting with the last living dinosaurs, the Komodo Dragons. You will get the chance to see them up close at the National Park. With a bit of luck you will also see the macaque monkeys, deers, wild pigs and wild horses.

Departure
Date: 10-09-2018
Airport: Labuan Bajo
Arrival
Date: 19-09-2018
Airport: Maumere

Suite - € 2.790 per person

Available: 2
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Twin cabin - € 2.430 per person

Available: 8
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Budget twin cabin - € 2.250 per person

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Sat 22 Sep - Thu 04 Oct, 2018
13 days Days/ 12 Nights
East Flores - Alor - Forgotten Islands 14/14 € 3.600 - 4.320 Click for booking & details

Route: East Flores - Alor - Forgotten Islands

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 120

This is quite a special trip that visits very remote places where not many people have dived. We start our adventure in central north of Flores From there we will visit the islands of Lembata. The scenery above water is also spectacular as we can see 3 volcanos from our anchor place. Here we can find beautiful coral walls with overhangs and crevices, where you can find the tiniest pygmy seahorse to white tip reef sharks sleeping in the corals.

In Alor we find yet again great diversity, from vertical coral walls to a sloping gardens covered in anemones for miles on end. We can dive an active volcano were you can see hot air bubbles coming from the rocks. Because we are in the Pantar Strait that brings lots of nutrients, we can also expect to see some dolphins or even whales welcoming us into the bay. With a bit of luck the coolers currents bring us the Mola Mola. Kalabahi bay in West Alor, has world class muck diving in the bay, many different ghost pipefish hide in the mucky bottom, many nudi's and all families of scorpion fish even the elusive rhynopia we have spotted here.

Wetar island has spectacular drop offs, walls covered in black coral bushes that have been over taken by white anemones. Giving you the feeling you are diving a winter wonderland. Gunung Api is an active volcano, but is most famous for it population of sea snakes and seabirds. The birds will come and greet you far before you reach the island. From the moment you jump in you are surrounded by sea snakes. They are very friendly and will leave you alone to enjoy the dramatic lava formations in this unique underwater location. Huge barrel sponges, sea wipes, sea fans, hard and soft corals. We have been very lucky to spot hammerheads here. In Damar, Terbang Selatan and Terbang Utara deserted islands with with steep walls and the most pristine coral garden on top of the reef. Dusbourg and Nil Desperandum are underwater seamounts rising from the depths to about 3 meter bellow the surface. Besides the the unspoiled coral encounters with the bigger pelagic tuna, rainbow runners, Spanish mackerel and hammerheads are common. On Pulau Dawera we can visit a small but very self sustainable village. They have solar power panels and a generator. There is a school and a doctors office and is full of overly friendly people to welcome you and show you around the village where the streets even have names. They have a good understanding of self sustainability therefor are very protective and regulate their fish population. They have shown us 3 amazing underwater pinnacles booming with fish life. If you have time to spend in Saumlaki on Tanimbar island, we recommend you to go visit the woodcarvers....

Departure
Date: 22-09-2018
Airport: Maumere
Arrival
Date: 04-10-2018
Airport: Saumlaki

Suite - € 4.320 per person

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Twin cabin - € 3.840 per person

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Sat 06 - Thu 18 Oct, 2018
13 days Days/ 12 Nights
Triton Bay - Maluku (or vice versa) 14/14 € 3.600 - 4.320 Click for booking & details

Route: Triton Bay - Maluku (or vice versa)

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 120

Laha Bay in Ambon is just too good to miss. It has some world class muck dive sites right in the bay. Here we can find such critters as a harlequin shrimp or hairy frogfish, rhynopia, flamboyant cuttlefish, seahorses, mototi, hairy, starry wonderpus are just a few of the many different species of octopi you can find here.

Nausa Laut incredible diving as Ahmed the small village that protects the area against illegal fishing does a great job conserving this area. Big schools of jacks, rainbow runners, tuna, spanish mackerel, but there is also chance for big pelagics.

The Banda Sea is spectacular as it is very remote due to its location and possibility of rougher seas. Crystal clear waters, bottomless drop-offs, colourful coral pinnacles and so much more. After the eruption (1988) of Gunung Api close to Banda Neira, the lava flowed into the sea covering and over throwing the coral below. You will be amazed by the fast recovery of the hard coral garden that grew in its place. For the night/dusk dive we can see the mating dance of the the very colourful mandarin fish, search for frogfish, seahorses, razorfish and octopus.

We offer you the opportunity to visit the old historic town of Banda Neira. Here you will find many remanents of the Dutch and English spice trade. We will visit an old nutmeg plantation and have a little taste of how you can make great use of this famous spice that once was believed to cure the plague. The fort Belgica offers great views of the port and Gunung Api.

Pulau Koon again a very remote location. It lays between the Ceram and the Banda Sea, feeding of both very nutritious currents fish and corals thrive here. Triton Bay or the last frontier as we like to call it. In 2008 it was declared a Marine Protected area of 6000km sq km. Beautiful soft coral gardens, to lush black coral forests, steep walls to sloping coral bommies and underwater pinnacles. Because of the huge plankton blooms in Triton Bay it attracts some gentle giants. There have been regular sightings of the whalesharks. This is an area that has still so many places to explore and discover, we would love to take you on his spectacular adventure.

Departure
Date: 06-10-2018
Airport: Ambon
Arrival
Date: 18-10-2018
Airport: Kaimana

Suite - € 4.320 per person

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Twin cabin - € 3.840 per person

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Sun 21 Oct - Sat 03 Nov, 2018
14 days Days/ 13 Nights
Raja Ampat - Triton Bay (or vice versa) 00/14 € 3.900 - 4.680 Click for booking & details

Route: Raja Ampat - Triton Bay (or vice versa)

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 130

We embark in Kaimana, Western Papua. In 2008 it was declared a Marine Protected area of 6000km sq km. Beautiful soft coral gardens, to lush black coral forests, steep walls to sloping coral bommies and underwater pinnacles. Because of the huge plankton blooms in Triton Bay it attracts some gentle giants. There have been regular sightings of the whalesharks. Soft corals also get benefit of the excess of plankton growing to a massive sizes. This is an area that has still so many places to explore and discover, we would love to take you on his spectacular adventure.

Entering Misool thru Daram Islands where you will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 21-10-2018
Airport: Kaimana
Arrival
Date: 03-11-2018
Airport: Sorong

Suite - € 4.680 per person

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Twin cabin - € 4.160 per person

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Tue 06 - Wed 14 Nov, 2018
9 days Days/ 8 Nights
Raja Ampat 00/14 € 2.400 - 2.880 Click for booking & details

Route: Raja Ampat

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 80

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

We embark in Sorong, Western Papua. The first night we will be traveling all night to arrive in Misool early the next morning. You will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Batanta has fantastic muck dive sites with the most colourful nudibranchs you can imagine, alien looking critters and beautiful coral bummies.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 06-11-2018
Airport: Sorong
Arrival
Date: 14-11-2018
Airport: Sorong

Suite - € 2.880 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Twin cabin - € 2.560 per person

Available: 0
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Budget twin cabin - € 2.400 per person

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Fri 16 - Tue 27 Nov, 2018
12 days Days/ 11 Nights
Raja Ampat - Triton Bay (or vice versa) 00/14 € 3.300 - 3.960 Click for booking & details

Route: Raja Ampat - Triton Bay (or vice versa)

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 110

We embark in Kaimana, Western Papua. In 2008 it was declared a Marine Protected area of 6000km sq km. Beautiful soft coral gardens, to lush black coral forests, steep walls to sloping coral bommies and underwater pinnacles. Because of the huge plankton blooms in Triton Bay it attracts some gentle giants. There have been regular sightings of the whalesharks. Soft corals also get benefit of the excess of plankton growing to a massive sizes. This is an area that has still so many places to explore and discover, we would love to take you on his spectacular adventure.

Entering Misool thru Daram Islands where you will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 16-11-2018
Airport: Sorong
Arrival
Date: 27-11-2018
Airport: Kaimana

Suite - € 3.960 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Twin cabin - € 3.520 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 3.300 per person

Available: 0
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Thu 29 Nov - Mon 10 Dec, 2018
12 days Days/ 11 Nights
Triton Bay - Maluku (or vice versa) 14/14 € 3.300 - 3.960 Click for booking & details

Route: Triton Bay - Maluku (or vice versa)

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 110

Laha Bay in Ambon is just too good to miss. It has some world class muck dive sites right in the bay. Here we can find such critters as a harlequin shrimp or hairy frogfish, rhynopia, flamboyant cuttlefish, seahorses, mototi, hairy, starry wonderpus are just a few of the many different species of octopi you can find here.

Nausa Laut incredible diving as Ahmed the small village that protects the area against illegal fishing does a great job conserving this area. Big schools of jacks, rainbow runners, tuna, spanish mackerel, but there is also chance for big pelagics.

The Banda Sea is spectacular as it is very remote due to its location and possibility of rougher seas. Crystal clear waters, bottomless drop-offs, colourful coral pinnacles and so much more. After the eruption (1988) of Gunung Api close to Banda Neira, the lava flowed into the sea covering and over throwing the coral below. You will be amazed by the fast recovery of the hard coral garden that grew in its place. For the night/dusk dive we can see the mating dance of the the very colourful mandarin fish, search for frogfish, seahorses, razorfish and octopus.

We offer you the opportunity to visit the old historic town of Banda Neira. Here you will find many remanents of the Dutch and English spice trade. We will visit an old nutmeg plantation and have a little taste of how you can make great use of this famous spice that once was believed to cure the plague. The fort Belgica offers great views of the port and Gunung Api.

Pulau Koon again a very remote location. It lays between the Ceram and the Banda Sea, feeding of both very nutritious currents fish and corals thrive here. Triton Bay or the last frontier as we like to call it. In 2008 it was declared a Marine Protected area of 6000km sq km. Beautiful soft coral gardens, to lush black coral forests, steep walls to sloping coral bommies and underwater pinnacles. Because of the huge plankton blooms in Triton Bay it attracts some gentle giants. There have been regular sightings of the whalesharks. This is an area that has still so many places to explore and discover, we would love to take you on his spectacular adventure.

Departure
Date: 29-11-2018
Airport: Kaimana
Arrival
Date: 10-12-2018
Airport: Ambon

Suite - € 3.960 per person

Available: 2
Available: 2

 
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Twin cabin - € 3.520 per person

Available: 8
Available: 8

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 3.300 per person

Available: 4
Available: 4

 
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Thu 13 - Wed 26 Dec, 2018
14 days Days/ 13 Nights
Maluku - Raja Ampat (or vice versa) 14/14 € 3.900 - 4.680 Click for booking & details

Route: Maluku - Raja Ampat (or vice versa)

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 130

Laha Bay in Ambon is just too good not to dive. It has some world class muck dive sites right in the bay. Here we can find such critters as a harlequin shrimp or hairy frogfish, rhynopia, flamboyant cuttlefish, seahorses, mototi, starry wonderpus. They are just a few of the many different species of octopuses you can find here.

Nausa Laut incredible diving as Ahmed the small village that protects the area against illegal fishing does a great job conserving this area. Big schools of jacks, rainbow runners, tuna, spanish mackerel, but there is also chance for big pelagics.

The Banda Sea is spectacular as it is very remote due to its location and possibility of rougher seas. Crystal clear waters, bottomless dropoffs, colourful coral pinnacles and so much more. After the eruption (1988) of Gunung Api close to Banda Neira, the lava flowed into the sea covering and over throwing the coral below. You will be amazed by the fast recovery of the hard coral garden that grew in its place. For the night/dusk dive we can see the mating dance of the the very colourful mandarin fish, search for frogfish, seahorses, razorfish and octopus.

We offer you the opportunity to visit the old historic town of Banda Neira. Here you will find many remanents of the Dutch and English spice trade. We will visit an old nutmeg plantation and have a little taste of how you can make great use of this famous spice that once was believed to cure the plague. The fort Belgica offers great views of the port and Gunung Api.

Pulau Koon again a very remote location. It lays between the Ceram and the Banda Sea, feeding of both very nutritious currents fish and corals thrive here.

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world. During this trip we will dive around Misool and finish our trip in the damper strait between Waigeo and Batanta.

Misool is a spectacular place where fish and coral have found the perfect balance. Every where are small islands or rock formations, you could jump in and be amazed. Coral gardens reach up till a meter under the surface. Sheer drop offs, pinnacles, soft coral gardens and rock formations are all part of it geography. Massive sea fans house the smallest seahorses. Table corals prove a great hiding place for wobbegongs or baby white tip sharks.

Dampier Strait underwater ridges and seamounts, coral bommies and coral gardens is what we can expect from the damper strait. Here we have a dive site thats frequently gets visits of manta rays, you can enjoy watching them get a good clean, chasing each other or watch them feed of the plankton blooms. If you like a break from diving you could even snorkel with them. The seamounts are covered in coral, that is if you can see them, they can get so full of fish that its hard to see the reef.

Departure
Date: 13-12-2018
Airport: Ambon
Arrival
Date: 26-12-2018
Airport: Sorong

Suite - € 4.680 per person

Available: 2
Available: 2

 
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Twin cabin - € 4.160 per person

Available: 8
Available: 8

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 3.900 per person

Available: 4
Available: 4

 
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Fri 28 Dec, 2018 - Wed 09 Jan, 2019
13 days Days/ 12 Nights
Raja Ampat 14/14 € 3.600 - 4.320 Click for booking & details

Route: Raja Ampat

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 120

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

We embark in Sorong, Western Papua. The first night we will be traveling all night to arrive in Misool early the next morning. You will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Batanta has fantastic muck dive sites with the most colourful nudibranchs you can imagine, alien looking critters and beautiful coral bummies.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 28-12-2018
Airport: Sorong
Arrival
Date: 09-01-2019
Airport: Sorong

Suite - € 4.320 per person

Available: 2
Available: 2

 
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Twin cabin - € 3.840 per person

Available: 8
Available: 8

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 3.600 per person

Available: 4
Available: 4

 
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Sat 12 - Thu 24 Jan, 2019
13 days Days/ 12 Nights
Raja Ampat 12/14 € 3.780 - 4.500 Click for booking & details

Route: Raja Ampat

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 120

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

We embark in Sorong, Western Papua. The first night we will be traveling all night to arrive in Misool early the next morning. You will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Batanta has fantastic muck dive sites with the most colourful nudibranchs you can imagine, alien looking critters and beautiful coral bummies.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 12-01-2019
Airport: Sorong
Arrival
Date: 24-01-2019
Airport: Sorong

Suite - € 4.500 per person

Available: 2
Available: 2

 
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Twin cabin - € 4.020 per person

Available: 6
Available: 6

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 3.780 per person

Available: 4
Available: 4

 
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Sun 27 Jan - Sat 09 Feb, 2019
14 days Days/ 13 Nights
Raja Ampat - Triton Bay (or vice versa) 14/14 € 4.095 - 4.875 Click for booking & details

Route: Raja Ampat - Triton Bay (or vice versa)

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 130

We embark in Kaimana, Western Papua. In 2008 it was declared a Marine Protected area of 6000km sq km. Beautiful soft coral gardens, to lush black coral forests, steep walls to sloping coral bommies and underwater pinnacles. Because of the huge plankton blooms in Triton Bay it attracts some gentle giants. There have been regular sightings of the whalesharks. Soft corals also get benefit of the excess of plankton growing to a massive sizes. This is an area that has still so many places to explore and discover, we would love to take you on his spectacular adventure.

Entering Misool thru Daram Islands where you will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 27-01-2019
Airport: Sorong
Arrival
Date: 09-02-2019
Airport: Kaimana

Suite - € 4.875 per person

Available: 2
Available: 2

 
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Twin cabin - € 4.355 per person

Available: 8
Available: 8

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 4.095 per person

Available: 4
Available: 4

 
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Tue 12 - Sat 23 Feb, 2019
12 days Days/ 11 Nights
Triton Bay - Maluku (or vice versa) 14/14 € 3.465 - 4.125 Click for booking & details

Route: Triton Bay - Maluku (or vice versa)

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 110

Laha Bay in Ambon is just too good to miss. It has some world class muck dive sites right in the bay. Here we can find such critters as a harlequin shrimp or hairy frogfish, rhynopia, flamboyant cuttlefish, seahorses, mototi, hairy, starry wonderpus are just a few of the many different species of octopi you can find here.

Nausa Laut incredible diving as Ahmed the small village that protects the area against illegal fishing does a great job conserving this area. Big schools of jacks, rainbow runners, tuna, spanish mackerel, but there is also chance for big pelagics.

The Banda Sea is spectacular as it is very remote due to its location and possibility of rougher seas. Crystal clear waters, bottomless drop-offs, colourful coral pinnacles and so much more. After the eruption (1988) of Gunung Api close to Banda Neira, the lava flowed into the sea covering and over throwing the coral below. You will be amazed by the fast recovery of the hard coral garden that grew in its place. For the night/dusk dive we can see the mating dance of the the very colourful mandarin fish, search for frogfish, seahorses, razorfish and octopus.

We offer you the opportunity to visit the old historic town of Banda Neira. Here you will find many remanents of the Dutch and English spice trade. We will visit an old nutmeg plantation and have a little taste of how you can make great use of this famous spice that once was believed to cure the plague. The fort Belgica offers great views of the port and Gunung Api.

Pulau Koon again a very remote location. It lays between the Ceram and the Banda Sea, feeding of both very nutritious currents fish and corals thrive here. Triton Bay or the last frontier as we like to call it. In 2008 it was declared a Marine Protected area of 6000km sq km. Beautiful soft coral gardens, to lush black coral forests, steep walls to sloping coral bommies and underwater pinnacles. Because of the huge plankton blooms in Triton Bay it attracts some gentle giants. There have been regular sightings of the whalesharks. This is an area that has still so many places to explore and discover, we would love to take you on his spectacular adventure.

Departure
Date: 12-02-2019
Airport: Kaimana
Arrival
Date: 23-02-2019
Airport: Ambon

Suite - € 4.125 per person

Available: 2
Available: 2

 
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Twin cabin - € 3.685 per person

Available: 8
Available: 8

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 3.465 per person

Available: 4
Available: 4

 
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Tue 26 Feb - Sun 10 Mar, 2019
13 days Days/ 12 Nights
Maluku - Raja Ampat (or vice versa) 00/14 € 3.780 - 4.500 Click for booking & details

Route: Maluku - Raja Ampat (or vice versa)

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 120

Laha Bay in Ambon is just too good not to dive. It has some world class muck dive sites right in the bay. Here we can find such critters as a harlequin shrimp or hairy frogfish, rhynopia, flamboyant cuttlefish, seahorses, mototi, starry wonderpus. They are just a few of the many different species of octopuses you can find here.

Nausa Laut incredible diving as Ahmed the small village that protects the area against illegal fishing does a great job conserving this area. Big schools of jacks, rainbow runners, tuna, spanish mackerel, but there is also chance for big pelagics.

The Banda Sea is spectacular as it is very remote due to its location and possibility of rougher seas. Crystal clear waters, bottomless dropoffs, colourful coral pinnacles and so much more. After the eruption (1988) of Gunung Api close to Banda Neira, the lava flowed into the sea covering and over throwing the coral below. You will be amazed by the fast recovery of the hard coral garden that grew in its place. For the night/dusk dive we can see the mating dance of the the very colourful mandarin fish, search for frogfish, seahorses, razorfish and octopus.

We offer you the opportunity to visit the old historic town of Banda Neira. Here you will find many remanents of the Dutch and English spice trade. We will visit an old nutmeg plantation and have a little taste of how you can make great use of this famous spice that once was believed to cure the plague. The fort Belgica offers great views of the port and Gunung Api.

Pulau Koon again a very remote location. It lays between the Ceram and the Banda Sea, feeding of both very nutritious currents fish and corals thrive here.

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world. During this trip we will dive around Misool and finish our trip in the damper strait between Waigeo and Batanta.

Misool is a spectacular place where fish and coral have found the perfect balance. Every where are small islands or rock formations, you could jump in and be amazed. Coral gardens reach up till a meter under the surface. Sheer drop offs, pinnacles, soft coral gardens and rock formations are all part of it geography. Massive sea fans house the smallest seahorses. Table corals prove a great hiding place for wobbegongs or baby white tip sharks.

Dampier Strait underwater ridges and seamounts, coral bommies and coral gardens is what we can expect from the damper strait. Here we have a dive site thats frequently gets visits of manta rays, you can enjoy watching them get a good clean, chasing each other or watch them feed of the plankton blooms. If you like a break from diving you could even snorkel with them. The seamounts are covered in coral, that is if you can see them, they can get so full of fish that its hard to see the reef.

Departure
Date: 26-02-2019
Airport: Ambon
Arrival
Date: 10-03-2019
Airport: Sorong

Suite - € 4.500 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Twin cabin - € 4.020 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 3.780 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Wed 13 - Wed 20 Mar, 2019
8 days Days/ 7 Nights
Raja Ampat 14/14 € 2.205 - 2.625 Click for booking & details

Route: Raja Ampat

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 70

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

We embark in Sorong, Western Papua. The first night we will be traveling all night to arrive in Misool early the next morning. You will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Batanta has fantastic muck dive sites with the most colourful nudibranchs you can imagine, alien looking critters and beautiful coral bummies.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 13-03-2019
Airport: Sorong
Arrival
Date: 20-03-2019
Airport: Sorong

Suite - € 2.625 per person

Available: 2
Available: 2

 
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Twin cabin - € 2.345 per person

Available: 8
Available: 8

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 2.205 per person

Available: 4
Available: 4

 
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Fri 22 - Sun 31 Mar, 2019
10 days Days/ 9 Nights
Raja Ampat 00/14 € 2.835 - 3.375 Click for booking & details

Route: Raja Ampat

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 90

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

We embark in Sorong, Western Papua. The first night we will be traveling all night to arrive in Misool early the next morning. You will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Batanta has fantastic muck dive sites with the most colourful nudibranchs you can imagine, alien looking critters and beautiful coral bummies.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 22-03-2019
Airport: Sorong
Arrival
Date: 31-03-2019
Airport: Sorong

Suite - € 3.375 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Twin cabin - € 3.015 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 2.835 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Wed 03 - Mon 15 Apr, 2019
13 days Days/ 12 Nights
Raja Ampat - Triton Bay (or vice versa) 00/14 € 3.780 - 4.500 Click for booking & details

Route: Raja Ampat - Triton Bay (or vice versa)

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 120

We embark in Kaimana, Western Papua. In 2008 it was declared a Marine Protected area of 6000km sq km. Beautiful soft coral gardens, to lush black coral forests, steep walls to sloping coral bommies and underwater pinnacles. Because of the huge plankton blooms in Triton Bay it attracts some gentle giants. There have been regular sightings of the whalesharks. Soft corals also get benefit of the excess of plankton growing to a massive sizes. This is an area that has still so many places to explore and discover, we would love to take you on his spectacular adventure.

Entering Misool thru Daram Islands where you will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 03-04-2019
Airport: Sorong
Arrival
Date: 15-04-2019
Airport: Kaimana

Suite - € 4.500 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Twin cabin - € 4.020 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Budget twin cabin - € 3.780 per person

Available: 0
Available: 0

 
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Thu 18 - Tue 30 Apr, 2019
13 days Days/ 12 Nights
Triton Bay - Forgotten Islands (or vice versa) 14/14 € 3.780 - 4.500 Click for booking & details

Route: Triton Bay - Forgotten Islands (or vice versa)

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 120

Departure
Date: 18-04-2019
Airport: Kaimana
Arrival
Date: 30-04-2019
Airport: Saumlaki

Suite - € 4.500 per person

Available: 2
Available: 2

 
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Twin cabin - € 4.020 per person

Available: 8
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Fri 03 - Tue 14 May, 2019
12 days Days/ 11 Nights
East Flores - Alor - Forgotten Islands 14/14 € 3.465 - 4.125 Click for booking & details

Route: East Flores - Alor - Forgotten Islands

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 110

This is quite a special trip that visits very remote places where not many people have dived. We start our adventure in central north of Flores From there we will visit the islands of Lembata. The scenery above water is also spectacular as we can see 3 volcanos from our anchor place. Here we can find beautiful coral walls with overhangs and crevices, where you can find the tiniest pygmy seahorse to white tip reef sharks sleeping in the corals.

In Alor we find yet again great diversity, from vertical coral walls to a sloping gardens covered in anemones for miles on end. We can dive an active volcano were you can see hot air bubbles coming from the rocks. Because we are in the Pantar Strait that brings lots of nutrients, we can also expect to see some dolphins or even whales welcoming us into the bay. With a bit of luck the coolers currents bring us the Mola Mola. Kalabahi bay in West Alor, has world class muck diving in the bay, many different ghost pipefish hide in the mucky bottom, many nudi's and all families of scorpion fish even the elusive rhynopia we have spotted here.

Wetar island has spectacular drop offs, walls covered in black coral bushes that have been over taken by white anemones. Giving you the feeling you are diving a winter wonderland. Gunung Api is an active volcano, but is most famous for it population of sea snakes and seabirds. The birds will come and greet you far before you reach the island. From the moment you jump in you are surrounded by sea snakes. They are very friendly and will leave you alone to enjoy the dramatic lava formations in this unique underwater location. Huge barrel sponges, sea wipes, sea fans, hard and soft corals. We have been very lucky to spot hammerheads here. In Damar, Terbang Selatan and Terbang Utara deserted islands with with steep walls and the most pristine coral garden on top of the reef. Dusbourg and Nil Desperandum are underwater seamounts rising from the depths to about 3 meter bellow the surface. Besides the the unspoiled coral encounters with the bigger pelagic tuna, rainbow runners, Spanish mackerel and hammerheads are common. On Pulau Dawera we can visit a small but very self sustainable village. They have solar power panels and a generator. There is a school and a doctors office and is full of overly friendly people to welcome you and show you around the village where the streets even have names. They have a good understanding of self sustainability therefor are very protective and regulate their fish population. They have shown us 3 amazing underwater pinnacles booming with fish life. If you have time to spend in Saumlaki on Tanimbar island, we recommend you to go visit the woodcarvers....

Departure
Date: 03-05-2019
Airport: Saumlaki
Arrival
Date: 14-05-2019
Airport: Maumere

Suite - € 4.125 per person

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Twin cabin - € 3.685 per person

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Fri 17 - Sun 26 May, 2019
10 days Days/ 9 Nights
East Flores 14/14 € 2.835 - 3.375 Click for booking & details

Route: East Flores

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 90

Departure
Date: 17-05-2019
Airport: Maumere
Arrival
Date: 26-05-2019
Airport: Maumere

Suite - € 3.375 per person

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Twin cabin - € 3.015 per person

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Wed 29 May - Sat 08 Jun, 2019
11 days Days/ 10 Nights
East Flores 14/14 € 3.150 - 3.750 Click for booking & details

Route: East Flores

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 100

Departure
Date: 29-05-2019
Airport: Maumere
Arrival
Date: 08-06-2019
Airport: Maumere

Suite - € 3.750 per person

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Twin cabin - € 3.350 per person

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Tue 11 - Wed 19 Jun, 2019
9 days Days/ 8 Nights
Komodo - East Flores 14/14 € 2.160 - 2.640 Click for booking & details

Route: Komodo - East Flores

Marine park fees: +€ 170

Non diver discount: -€ 80

We will start our journey in North/Central Komodo, here we have a variety of dive sites to get you comfortable in your gear. Underwater pinnacles, sloping sandy bottoms, coral walls and nice clear water.

We will visit Sangeyang Island. A volcanic island that last erupted in 2015. There are still a few islanders remaining on this island. The diving is spectacular. There are fantastic black sandy slopes with amazing macro. Hot Rocks is a one of a kind dive as tiny little bubbles emerge from the bottom and the rocks, giving the site a never seen before effect.

Entering Komodo National Park in the North, here the water temperature is usually still nice and warm from the Flores Sea. There is an abundance of fish on these underwater pinnacles, schooling surgeons, big eye jacks, snapper or barracudas and pelagic are a common site. The diversity of sites is unbelievable here in Komodo. From underwater pinnacles to sloping sandy bottoms with manta cleaning stations to driving along a beautiful coral reef.

The further South we travel the water temperature will also drop. Padar island has some beautiful sites where we can start to feel the influence of the Indian Ocean. More nutrients in the water is giving the corals a different look, colors are sharper, fish life is about to change. Even further South we have Nusa Koda this horseshoe shaped bay has stunning corals. Not only in a rainbow of colors but also the size. Fish live in abundance and creatures you may have never seen before in your life, they may remind you the monsters that live under your bed as a child.

These nutrients also bring bigger pelagic fish, like the majestic manta rays. We can see them chasing each other or getting cleaned at the cleaning station. Also there has been sightings of the elusive sunfish or Mola Mola.

Your trip is not complete without a meeting with the last living dinosaurs, the Komodo Dragons. You will get the chance to see them up close at the National Park. With a bit of luck you will also see the macaque monkeys, deers, wild pigs and wild horses.

Departure
Date: 11-06-2019
Airport: Maumere
Arrival
Date: 19-06-2019
Airport: Labuan Bajo

Suite - € 2.640 per person

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Twin cabin - € 2.320 per person

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Budget twin cabin - € 2.160 per person

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Fri 21 - Sun 30 Jun, 2019
10 days Days/ 9 Nights
Komodo 14/14 € 2.430 - 2.970 Click for booking & details

Route: Komodo

Marine park fees: +€ 170

Non diver discount: -€ 90

World class macro dive site as your check out dive in Bima Bay. Yes the visibility might not be as far as you might like but this muck dive will surprise you with the amount of critters you can find.

We will visit Sangeang Island. A volcanic island that last erupted in 2015. There are still a few islanders remaining on this island. The diving is spectacular. There are fantastic black sandy slopes with amazing macro. Hot Rocks is a one of a kind dive as tiny little bubbles emerge from the bottom and the rocks, giving the site a never seen before effect.

Entering Komodo National Park in the North, here the water temperature is usually still nice and warm from the Flores Sea. There is an abundance of fish on these underwater pinnacles, schooling surgeons, big eye jacks, snapper or barracudas and pelagic are a common site. The diversity of sites is unbelievable here in Komodo. From underwater pinnacles to sloping sandy bottoms with manta cleaning stations to driving along a beautiful coral reef.

The further South we travel the water temperature will also drop. Padar island has some beautiful sites where we can start to feel the influence of the Indian Ocean. More nutrients in the water is giving the corals a different look, colours are sharper, fish life is about to change. Even further South we have Nusa Kode this horseshoe shaped bay has stunning corals. Not only in a rainbow of colours but also the size. Fish live in abundance and creatures you may have never seen before in your life, they may remind you the monsters that live under your bed as a child.

These nutrients also bring bigger pelagic fish, like the majestic manta rays. We can see them chasing each other or getting cleaned at the cleaning station. Also there has been sightings of the elusive sunfish or Mola Mola.

Your trip is not complete without a meeting with the last living dinosaurs, the Komodo Dragons. You will get to chance to see them up close at the National Park. With a bit of luck you will also see the macaque monkeys, some deers,wild pig and wild horse.

Departure
Date: 21-06-2019
Airport: Labuan Bajo
Arrival
Date: 30-06-2019
Airport: Bali

Suite - € 2.970 per person

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Twin cabin - € 2.610 per person

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The rates include:
  • Accommodation aboard the MSY Ilike, based on cabin to share
  • All local transfers
  • Full board (on the day of departure: breakfast only)
  • Mineral Water, Tea, coffee & snacks
  • 3 to 4 dives on air a day (during long crossings limited to 2 or 3 dives depending on schedule)
  • Tanks & weights
Not included:
  • All flights
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Soft drinks
  • Crew tips
  • Insurance
  • Nitrox: 3,50 EUR per tank, or special Nitrox package for the trip (equals 9 EUR/diving day)
  • 15L tanks: 4 EUR per diving day
  • No dives on first & last day
  • Marin Park Fees, Taxes and licenses (between 135 and 225 EUR) per person to be paid on board, depending on chosen route)
  • Single supplement, if required.
  • Cancelation policy: • Until 90 days before departure: 30% cancelation fees • Starting from 90 days until 7 days before departure: 80% cancelation fees • Starting 7 days before departure: 100% cancelation fees

Routes

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

We embark in Sorong, Western Papua. The first night we will be traveling all night to arrive in Misool early the next morning. You will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Batanta has fantastic muck dive sites with the most colourful nudibranchs you can imagine, alien looking critters and beautiful coral bummies.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Laha Bay in Ambon is just too good to miss. It has some world class muck dive sites right in the bay. Here we can find such critters as a harlequin shrimp or hairy frogfish, rhynopia, flamboyant cuttlefish, seahorses, mototi, hairy, starry wonderpus are just a few of the many different species of octopi you can find here.

Nausa Laut incredible diving as Ahmed the small village that protects the area against illegal fishing does a great job conserving this area. Big schools of jacks, rainbow runners, tuna, spanish mackerel, but there is also chance for big pelagics.

The Banda Sea is spectacular as it is very remote due to its location and possibility of rougher seas. Crystal clear waters, bottomless drop-offs, colourful coral pinnacles and so much more. After the eruption (1988) of Gunung Api close to Banda Neira, the lava flowed into the sea covering and over throwing the coral below. You will be amazed by the fast recovery of the hard coral garden that grew in its place. For the night/dusk dive we can see the mating dance of the the very colourful mandarin fish, search for frogfish, seahorses, razorfish and octopus.

We offer you the opportunity to visit the old historic town of Banda Neira. Here you will find many remanents of the Dutch and English spice trade. We will visit an old nutmeg plantation and have a little taste of how you can make great use of this famous spice that once was believed to cure the plague. The fort Belgica offers great views of the port and Gunung Api.

Pulau Koon again a very remote location. It lays between the Ceram and the Banda Sea, feeding of both very nutritious currents fish and corals thrive here. Triton Bay or the last frontier as we like to call it. In 2008 it was declared a Marine Protected area of 6000km sq km. Beautiful soft coral gardens, to lush black coral forests, steep walls to sloping coral bommies and underwater pinnacles. Because of the huge plankton blooms in Triton Bay it attracts some gentle giants. There have been regular sightings of the whalesharks. This is an area that has still so many places to explore and discover, we would love to take you on his spectacular adventure.

This is quite a special trip that visits very remote places where not many people have dived. We start our adventure in central north of Flores From there we will visit the islands of Lembata. The scenery above water is also spectacular as we can see 3 volcanos from our anchor place. Here we can find beautiful coral walls with overhangs and crevices, where you can find the tiniest pygmy seahorse to white tip reef sharks sleeping in the corals.

In Alor we find yet again great diversity, from vertical coral walls to a sloping gardens covered in anemones for miles on end. We can dive an active volcano were you can see hot air bubbles coming from the rocks. Because we are in the Pantar Strait that brings lots of nutrients, we can also expect to see some dolphins or even whales welcoming us into the bay. With a bit of luck the coolers currents bring us the Mola Mola. Kalabahi bay in West Alor, has world class muck diving in the bay, many different ghost pipefish hide in the mucky bottom, many nudi's and all families of scorpion fish even the elusive rhynopia we have spotted here.

Wetar island has spectacular drop offs, walls covered in black coral bushes that have been over taken by white anemones. Giving you the feeling you are diving a winter wonderland. Gunung Api is an active volcano, but is most famous for it population of sea snakes and seabirds. The birds will come and greet you far before you reach the island. From the moment you jump in you are surrounded by sea snakes. They are very friendly and will leave you alone to enjoy the dramatic lava formations in this unique underwater location. Huge barrel sponges, sea wipes, sea fans, hard and soft corals. We have been very lucky to spot hammerheads here. In Damar, Terbang Selatan and Terbang Utara deserted islands with with steep walls and the most pristine coral garden on top of the reef. Dusbourg and Nil Desperandum are underwater seamounts rising from the depths to about 3 meter bellow the surface. Besides the the unspoiled coral encounters with the bigger pelagic tuna, rainbow runners, Spanish mackerel and hammerheads are common. On Pulau Dawera we can visit a small but very self sustainable village. They have solar power panels and a generator. There is a school and a doctors office and is full of overly friendly people to welcome you and show you around the village where the streets even have names. They have a good understanding of self sustainability therefor are very protective and regulate their fish population. They have shown us 3 amazing underwater pinnacles booming with fish life. If you have time to spend in Saumlaki on Tanimbar island, we recommend you to go visit the woodcarvers....

Laha Bay in Ambon is just too good not to dive. It has some world class muck dive sites right in the bay. Here we can find such critters as a harlequin shrimp or hairy frogfish, rhynopia, flamboyant cuttlefish, seahorses, mototi, starry wonderpus. They are just a few of the many different species of octopuses you can find here.

Nausa Laut incredible diving as Ahmed the small village that protects the area against illegal fishing does a great job conserving this area. Big schools of jacks, rainbow runners, tuna, spanish mackerel, but there is also chance for big pelagics.

The Banda Sea is spectacular as it is very remote due to its location and possibility of rougher seas. Crystal clear waters, bottomless dropoffs, colourful coral pinnacles and so much more. After the eruption (1988) of Gunung Api close to Banda Neira, the lava flowed into the sea covering and over throwing the coral below. You will be amazed by the fast recovery of the hard coral garden that grew in its place. For the night/dusk dive we can see the mating dance of the the very colourful mandarin fish, search for frogfish, seahorses, razorfish and octopus.

We offer you the opportunity to visit the old historic town of Banda Neira. Here you will find many remanents of the Dutch and English spice trade. We will visit an old nutmeg plantation and have a little taste of how you can make great use of this famous spice that once was believed to cure the plague. The fort Belgica offers great views of the port and Gunung Api.

Pulau Koon again a very remote location. It lays between the Ceram and the Banda Sea, feeding of both very nutritious currents fish and corals thrive here.

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world. During this trip we will dive around Misool and finish our trip in the damper strait between Waigeo and Batanta.

Misool is a spectacular place where fish and coral have found the perfect balance. Every where are small islands or rock formations, you could jump in and be amazed. Coral gardens reach up till a meter under the surface. Sheer drop offs, pinnacles, soft coral gardens and rock formations are all part of it geography. Massive sea fans house the smallest seahorses. Table corals prove a great hiding place for wobbegongs or baby white tip sharks.

Dampier Strait underwater ridges and seamounts, coral bommies and coral gardens is what we can expect from the damper strait. Here we have a dive site thats frequently gets visits of manta rays, you can enjoy watching them get a good clean, chasing each other or watch them feed of the plankton blooms. If you like a break from diving you could even snorkel with them. The seamounts are covered in coral, that is if you can see them, they can get so full of fish that its hard to see the reef.

We will start our journey in North/Central Komodo, here we have a variety of dive sites to get you comfortable in your gear. Underwater pinnacles, sloping sandy bottoms, coral walls and nice clear water.

We will visit Sangeyang Island. A volcanic island that last erupted in 2015. There are still a few islanders remaining on this island. The diving is spectacular. There are fantastic black sandy slopes with amazing macro. Hot Rocks is a one of a kind dive as tiny little bubbles emerge from the bottom and the rocks, giving the site a never seen before effect.

Entering Komodo National Park in the North, here the water temperature is usually still nice and warm from the Flores Sea. There is an abundance of fish on these underwater pinnacles, schooling surgeons, big eye jacks, snapper or barracudas and pelagic are a common site. The diversity of sites is unbelievable here in Komodo. From underwater pinnacles to sloping sandy bottoms with manta cleaning stations to driving along a beautiful coral reef.

The further South we travel the water temperature will also drop. Padar island has some beautiful sites where we can start to feel the influence of the Indian Ocean. More nutrients in the water is giving the corals a different look, colors are sharper, fish life is about to change. Even further South we have Nusa Koda this horseshoe shaped bay has stunning corals. Not only in a rainbow of colors but also the size. Fish live in abundance and creatures you may have never seen before in your life, they may remind you the monsters that live under your bed as a child.

These nutrients also bring bigger pelagic fish, like the majestic manta rays. We can see them chasing each other or getting cleaned at the cleaning station. Also there has been sightings of the elusive sunfish or Mola Mola.

Your trip is not complete without a meeting with the last living dinosaurs, the Komodo Dragons. You will get the chance to see them up close at the National Park. With a bit of luck you will also see the macaque monkeys, deers, wild pigs and wild horses.

In Alor we find yet again great diversity, from vertical coral walls to a sloping gardens covered in anemones for miles on end. We can dive an active volcano were you can see hot air bubbles coming from the rocks. Because we are in the Pantar Strait that brings lots of nutrients, we can also expect to see some dolphins or even whales welcoming us into the bay. With a bit of luck the coolers currents bring us the Mola Mola. Kalabahi bay in West Alor, has world class muck diving in the bay, many different ghost pipefish hide in the mucky bottom, many nudi's and all families of scorpion fish even the elusive rhynopia we have spotted here.

Wetar island has spectacular drop offs, walls covered in black coral bushes that have been over taken by white anemones. Giving you the feeling you are diving a winter wonderland. Gunung Api is an active volcano, but is most famous for it population of sea snakes and seabirds. The birds will come and greet you far before you reach the island. From the moment you jump in you are surrounded by sea snakes. They are very friendly and will leave you alone to enjoy the dramatic lava formations in this unique underwater location. Huge barrel sponges, sea wipes, sea fans, hard and soft corals. We have been very lucky to spot hammerheads here. In Damar, Terbang Selatan and Terbang Utara deserted islands with with steep walls and the most pristine coral garden on top of the reef. Dusbourg and Nil Desperandum are underwater seamounts rising from the depths to about 3 meter bellow the surface. Besides the the unspoiled coral encounters with the bigger pelagic tuna, rainbow runners, Spanish mackerel and hammerheads are common. On Pulau Dawera we can visit a small but very self sustainable village. They have solar power panels and a generator. There is a school and a doctors office and is full of overly friendly people to welcome you and show you around the village where the streets even have names. They have a good understanding of self sustainability therefor are very protective and regulate their fish population. They have shown us 3 amazing underwater pinnacles booming with fish life. If you have time to spend in Saumlaki on Tanimbar island, we recommend you to go visit the woodcarvers....

World class macro dive site as your check out dive in Bima Bay. Yes the visibility might not be as far as you might like but this muck dive will surprise you with the amount of critters you can find.

We will visit Sangeang Island. A volcanic island that last erupted in 2015. There are still a few islanders remaining on this island. The diving is spectacular. There are fantastic black sandy slopes with amazing macro. Hot Rocks is a one of a kind dive as tiny little bubbles emerge from the bottom and the rocks, giving the site a never seen before effect.

Entering Komodo National Park in the North, here the water temperature is usually still nice and warm from the Flores Sea. There is an abundance of fish on these underwater pinnacles, schooling surgeons, big eye jacks, snapper or barracudas and pelagic are a common site. The diversity of sites is unbelievable here in Komodo. From underwater pinnacles to sloping sandy bottoms with manta cleaning stations to driving along a beautiful coral reef.

The further South we travel the water temperature will also drop. Padar island has some beautiful sites where we can start to feel the influence of the Indian Ocean. More nutrients in the water is giving the corals a different look, colours are sharper, fish life is about to change. Even further South we have Nusa Kode this horseshoe shaped bay has stunning corals. Not only in a rainbow of colours but also the size. Fish live in abundance and creatures you may have never seen before in your life, they may remind you the monsters that live under your bed as a child.

These nutrients also bring bigger pelagic fish, like the majestic manta rays. We can see them chasing each other or getting cleaned at the cleaning station. Also there has been sightings of the elusive sunfish or Mola Mola.

Your trip is not complete without a meeting with the last living dinosaurs, the Komodo Dragons. You will get to chance to see them up close at the National Park. With a bit of luck you will also see the macaque monkeys, some deers,wild pig and wild horse.

We embark in Kaimana, Western Papua. In 2008 it was declared a Marine Protected area of 6000km sq km. Beautiful soft coral gardens, to lush black coral forests, steep walls to sloping coral bommies and underwater pinnacles. Because of the huge plankton blooms in Triton Bay it attracts some gentle giants. There have been regular sightings of the whalesharks. Soft corals also get benefit of the excess of plankton growing to a massive sizes. This is an area that has still so many places to explore and discover, we would love to take you on his spectacular adventure.

Entering Misool thru Daram Islands where you will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Our journey starts in Saumlaki on the Tanimbar islands. The island of Tanimbar has a population of about 700.000 people. These are mostly farmers that live of export of coconuts. There is a small airport the building finished in July 2014. At time of writing there where still working on the road itself. There is one village that does wood crafting of the traditional boat out of ebony wood.

On Pulau Dawera we can visit a small but very self sustainable village. They have solar power panels and a generator. There is a school and a doctors office and is full of overly friendly people to welcome you and show you around the village where the streets even have names. They have a good understanding of self sustainability therefor are very protective and regulate their fish population. They have shown us 3 amazing underwater pinnacles booming with fish life.

Nil Desperandum are underwater seamounts rising from the depths to about 3 meter bellow the surface. Besides the the unspoiled coral encounters with the bigger pelagic tuna, rainbow runners, spanish mackerel and hammerheads are common.

Manuk is another active volcano with many seabirds and sea snakes, very similar to Gunung Api only a little smaller. Hundreds of sea snakes will accompany you on this dive while you enjoy the lava ridges covered in coral. Keep your eyes open for big pelagic.

The Banda Sea is spectacular as it is very remote due to its location and possibility of rougher seas. Crystal clear waters, bottomless drop-offs, colourful coral pinnacles and so much more. After the eruption (1988) of Gunung Api close to Banda Neira, the lava flowed into the sea covering and over throwing the coral below. You will be amazed by the fast recovery of the hard coral garden that grew in its place. For the night/dusk dive we can see the mating dance of the the very colourful mandarin fish, search for frogfish, seahorses, razorfish and octopus.

We offer you the opportunity to visit the old historic town of Banda Neira. Here you will find many remanents of the Dutch and English spice trade. We will visit an old nutmeg plantation and have a little taste of how you can make great use of this famous spice that once was believed to cure the plague. The fort Belgica offers great views of the port and Gunung Api. away.

Nausa Laut incredible diving as Ahmed the small village that protects the area against illegal fishing does a great job conserving this area. Big schools of jacks, rainbow runners, tuna, spanish mackerel, but there is also chance for big pelagic.

Laha Bay in Ambon is just too good to miss. It has some world class muck dive sites right in the bay. Here we can find such critters as a harlequin shrimp or hairy frogfish, rhynopia, flamboyant cuttlefish, seahorses, mototi, hairy, starry wonderpus are just a few of the many different species of octopuses you can find here.

We will start our journey in North/Central of Komodo, here we have a variety of dive sites and snorkel sites for every level. Sloping sandy bottomUnderwater pinnacles, sloping sandy bottoms, coral walls and gorgeous coral gardens.

Entering Komodo National Park in the North, here the water temperature is usually still nice and warm from the Flores Sea. There is an abundance of fish on these underwater pinnacles, schooling surgeons, big eye jacks, snapper or barracudas and pelagic are a common site. The diversity of sites is unbelievable here in Komodo. From underwater pinnacles to sloping sandy bottoms with manta cleaning stations to driving along a beautiful coral reef.

Your trip is not complete without a meeting with the last living dinosaurs, the Komodo Dragons. You will get the chance to see them up close at the National Park. With a bit of luck you will also see the macaque monkeys, deers, wild pigs and wild horse.

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