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Dive Sites of the Gili Islands


THE GILI ISLANDS are one of Indonesia’s top diving destinations, situated in the famed Coral Triangle. Our location in the Lombok Strait, is at the exact point where the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean meet the colder waters of the Indian Ocean. This brings a large variety of marine life to enjoy. Each day nutrients ebb and flow through Gilis, carried by ocean currents. This phenomenon, referred to as the “Indonesian Throughflow”, brings life and food to the sea, creating extreme biodiversity in fish, coral and creatures for you to observe while diving in the Gilis.

Each Gili island is conveniently placed to access the dive sites around all three islands with no site more than a 10-15 minutes boat ride away. Our reefs teem with a great variety of life: clownfish, angelfish, sweetlips, grouper, wrasse, anenomes, starfish, and much more! We also are lucky enough to see green and hawksbill turtles on almost every dive, with the Gilis often being referred to as the “Turtle Capital of the World”. Morays, stingrays, cuttlefish, octopus and macro critters are other frequent sightings. If you’re lucky, you may see blacktip or whitetip reef sharks, frogfish, ghost pipefish, and, pygmy seahorses. Whale sharks, mola mola and manta rays are not unheard of, but you need to be lucky and keep your eyes peeled to spot these majestic ocean giants while diving.

Dive Sites of Komodo


KOMODO National Park is still largely undiscovered by the scuba diving community, offering a fantastic display of marine diversity and an impressive array of different diving conditions and environments. High-speed currents or gentle drift dives, colourful walls with monumental boulders, endless valleys of coral gardens, seamounts and pinnacles or lunar-like seascapes, Komodo boasts it all. We have frequent sightings of turtles, manta rays and sharks as well as macro life galore - beginners and experienced divers alike will find something amazing during their time in the water.

Komodo is one of the world’s top diving destinations, primely situated in the famed Coral Triangle. The Indonesian Throughflow, where the currents drag the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean and colder waters of the Indian Ocean together, means that we enjoy the largest variety of marine life on the planet. While there are certain animals we often see, always expect the unexpected when diving in Komodo.

Dive Sites of Kuta Lombok


The South-east coast of Lombok, already frequented by surfers is a delight for divers looking for adventure and exploration.

Depart from our dive centre in the heart of Kuta beach. We will take you for a journey through the scenic coast road to Telong Elong. Offering an unforgettable experience that will take you off the beaten track. We are excited to be opening up this area to divers, so come and explore our newly discovered dive sites full of pelagic fish and untouched coral.

The diving here is accessible to both advanced and beginner divers. The dive sites offering amazing topography including deep walls, swim throughs and caves. We also have incredible muck diving at our dive site Macro Bay.

Other wonders you many see include white tip reef sharks, hawksbill turtles, sea snakes, magic bommies housing glass fish and pipe fish.You may even take a glimpse of passing manta rays or oceanic sun fish. As we have only just started our adventure in South-east Lombok we don’t know what might be around the corner!

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