Visa regulations change in Indonesia almost every year and often confuse travelers even if it’s not their first time in the country. In this article you can find an updated information on Indonesian visa for October 2016.
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Dive Nusa Penida, in this Entry: Best conditions for seeing Mola mola. Manta dives and snorkeling. Where is the best place to dive from; Padang Bai, Nusa Penida or Lembongan? Dive operators, sites, prices, accommodation.
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Dive Komodo. In this entry: I discuss diving in Komodo National Park (we dived 10 sites). Sites, prices, operators, dive options, marine life, seasons, find links for our entries on getting to Flores, a boat trip to Flores, Labuanbajo accommodation,… Read the rest
There are different ways of getting to Flores (Komodo) island from Bali/Lombok; flight, boat tour, ferries+buses, which one to choose depends on your time and budget. Just be aware that if you travel in the high season (June to August) you… Read the rest
Flores has much to offer, you can easily spent couple of weeks there exploring the island and its surroundings. Even if you are limited on time it’s still worth to come here, from sailing adventure on a boat to walking among ancient dragons… Read the rest
If you like island life, tropical water, diving/snorkeling but don’t want to spend too much money and want to see more of Indonesian then just Bali, Pulau Weh is a good option. The island is not very touristy but has some infrastructure… Read the rest
Diving Pulau Weh. Our plan for the next couple of months is to explore some the best dive sites in Indonesia. We are currently in Pulau Weh is a small tropical island at the northern tip of Sumatra. The beaches are small and since bikinis and board… Read the rest
In this post: diving in North Sulawesi. Seeing some of the strangest creatures alive doing muck diving at the world famous Lembeh Strait. Diving in the blue with bigger animals on the coral walls of Bunaken. Dive Lembeh strait on a backpacker’s… Read the rest
In this entry: Central Sulawesi adventures in the Togean Islands.
- Diving on coral reefs in the crystal clear water of Kadidiri and diving on a WWII plane wreck.
- Spearfishing with the Bajua people “sea gypsies”. Staying in Pulau