South-East Sulawesi is one of the last unspoiled diving region in the world. The remoteness and unique conservation helped preserve the biodiversity and coral quality.
Two mains spots are currently open to scuba diving: Baubau and Wakatobi.
Baubau in the Buton area offers an amazing diversity with sometimes challenging conditions.
The national park of Wakatobi has been established in 1996, with a total area of 1.39 million hectares that consist of marine biodiversity hotspot known as Wallacea and coral reefs, which condition and scale occupy one of the highest priorities of marine conservation in Indonesia. Wakatobi islands is a part of the Coral Triangle, which contains one of the richest marine biodiversity on earth.
With more than one hundred dive sites across the province, we will have enough to keep you busy for weeks.
Contact us to design your perfect diving holidays.