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Diving in Indonesia

Indonesia holds some of the best diving spots in world include Komodo, Nusa Lembongan, Bali, Raja Ampat, Sulawesi, Lombok (Gili Islands), Wakatobi and Pulau Weh. Orca Scuba already offer diving in some of these places with many more locations to come!

Current locations Orca Scuba operate from:

For trips to Indonesia, we offer a complete holiday booking service, from diving to accommodation, activities and transfers.

Diving in Indonesia
Diving in Indonesia

Why visit Indonesia?

With more than 17,000 islands, Indonesia literally has something for everyone, including both divers and non-divers. For those who love the great outdoors, there are amazing nature treks, incredible wildlife, snorkelling and amazing beaches. There are still places where you'll find wild orangutans, rhinoceros, Asian elephants, and many species of indigenous primates, which you can't find anywhere else.

For those looking for culture, Indonesia is the perfect destination. There are six different official religions in the country - not to be sneered at, but "unofficially", there are a reputed 245 others! No wonder Indonesia is bursting with all kinds of temples, archeological sites and places of historical interest. And, on top of that, you'll find bustling towns, cool clubs and bars, all kinds of restaurants, and villages where nobody has ever seen a tourist. We love it.

"Tropical paradise with white-sand beaches, stunning scenery and crystal-clear water"

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Diving in Lembeh

Orca Maka-Maka is located in a secluded bay overlooking the Lembeh Strait at Dabirahe Dive, Spa and Leisure Resort. The elegant and environmentally friendly architecture, the skilled and enthusiastic staff, and exquisite attention to detail will guarantee a relaxing and romantic experience for divers and non-divers alike. Read more.

Diving in East Sumbawa and Komodo

Only a boat ride away from the treasures of the Komodo National Park, Kalimaya Dive Resort, home to Orca Kalimaya, offers diving to West Komodo Island, Gili Banta, and Sangean Volcano. Coupled with Orca Kalimaya's house reef with macro life, and a nearby manta ray cleaning station, there is an excellent array of options for the new and seasoned diver. Read more.

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diving in indonesia

Diving in Bali (Coming Soon)

With Orca Ashyana's location on the eastern coast, it is very easy to access some of Bali’s top dive sites in nearby Tulambem and Amed, and with our strict 4 divers to 1 instructor ratio, you are guaranteed to feel looked after.

The diving around Bali and its neighbouring islands offers excellent visibility all year round with an abundance of underwater seascapes with something for everyone. Coral-covered walls, sandy slopes, colourful coral heads bustling with life and historical shipwrecks lying just off the beach.

"You can dive with Orca Scuba at three different locations in Indonesia, as well as our own Orca Yoga retreat."

Non-diving destination in Indonesia (Coming Soon)

The Tirta Ayu hotel is located within the beautiful, secure 22-acre grounds of Bali's most treasured Royal Water Palace at Tirtagangga and situated in the Karangasem Regency of East Bali, which is overlooked by Mount Agung. This location makes Orca Tirta Ayu one of the most unique places for relaxation, meditation and enjoying the beautiful scenery that surrounds you from every direction. Perfect for your own privately organised yoga retreat.

Diving in Indonesia

Want to find out more?

If you're interested in exploring some of the above, we offer tailor-made itineraries and dive safaris. Our scuba team will arrange everything, from travel details and agenda to all your accommodation and diving. Just contact us with a rough idea of what you're looking for, and don't worry - we’re happy to make your travel arrangements on your behalf, at no extra charge.

To find out more information...

Orca Maka-Maka

Nestled in a secluded bay overlooking the Lembeh Strait, Dabirahe Dive, Spa and Leisure Resort is home to Orca Maka-Maka, providing world class 'muck diving' as well as an abundance of land-based activities.

Orca Kalimaya

Wake up to the sun over Komodo and fall asleep to the sound of waves lapping on the ocean. Nestled away in a 400 metre private bay, the Kalimaya Dive Resort ensures a tranquil and unique experience. Only 6 beach-facing bungalows make up this peaceful resort