Indonesia liveaboard holidays offer it all, from sharks and whales to the ellusive Mola Mola (or 'sunfish'). There are also plenty of smaller creatures including nudibranches, pygmy seahorses and porcelain crabs. For wreck fanatics there's plenty World War 2 wrecks lying at reachable depths and for the deeper sites, Tec Divers are also spoiled. Throw in vertical walls, coral filled pinacles and deep trenches with pulsing currents, and your sure of a unforgetable liveaboard adventure in Indonesia.
Some stuff you should know, before you book your liveaboard holiday in Indonesia
Arguably the best place in all of Indonesia to dive, the archpelago of Raja Ampat, located in West Papua, has some of the most pristine and untouched reefs in the world and is an absolute must for any liveaboard diving enthusiast!
This huge national park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and rightly so. Komodo National Park offers literally everything a diver could wish to see, from large pelagics including hammerheads and white tips to Mantas (famous black mantas!), whales, dolphins and turtles. Even the macro-photography enthusiast is at home here with many different mini critters to spend entires dives snapping away at.
Being spread evenly over the equator, Indonesia has a tropical climate, with coastal temperatures averaging between 26C and 28C. Variations in temperature are relatively small and due to this most areas remain steadily warm and humid all year round.
Rainfall is the main changing variable in Indonesia. The country's humidity varies minimally, staying between 70 and 90%. Winds are average and usually predictable, with monsoons coming from the south and east from June to September and from the northwest from December to March. Typhoons and storms are not generally a problem in Indonesia.
Depending on the time of year and where you're diving, visibilty can range from anything bewteen a few meters (rainy/monsoon season) to 50m+! Currents can of course affect visibility and Indoesnia can have either very calm, still water and also some ripping currents! (Best for drift diving and experienced divers).
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