Sulawesi is a paradise for scuba divers, offering diverse marine life of all sizes and access to some of Indonesia’s best-loved dive areas. From Bunaken’s world-class wall dives and Wakatobi’s astonishing coral reefs, to Lembeh ‘the muck diving capital of the world’, there’s something for every diver to enjoy.
Hosting some of the highest levels of biodiversity in the world, Bunaken’s protected waters are teeming with life. Whether you go wreck, Tec, wall or reef diving, Bunaken is a feast for the eyes and you can spot pilot and sperm whales whilst you’re there.
Visit this gateway to some of Northern Sulawesi’s best dive areas to discover unique rock formations, black sands teeming with critters and for the chance to see migrating sperm whales. Look closely to find seahorses and brightly-coloured frogfish or just admire the sea turtles and reef sharks gliding by.
Plunging walls, thriving coral pinnacles and drop-offs disappearing into the abyss are the trademarks of Togian Islands diving. It’s an ideal destination for adventurous divers seeking deep dives with plenty of pelagic action, schooling hammerheads, mantas and more.