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Indonesia / Extra Divers Spice Island

The fantastic, newly opened diving resort under Swiss management is off the beaten tack.
The Moluccas or "Spice Islands" lie between Sulawesi and New Guinea. The area has lain dormant for many years and even today there are very few tourists to be found.
As the region has many intact coral reefs , there is an unbelievable wealth of species for both macro and big fish fans. Divers and nature lovers will get their money's worth on the Moluccas!


Diving/Dive spots

Extra Divers professional diving centre under Swiss management is located directly at the resort's jetty. The untouched area makes divers' hearts beat faster, because here you can discover both macro and big fish- a highlight. Divers can choose between house reef diving, boat trips and minibus trips to the Magic Jetty muck diving site. The house reef has a jetty, which guarantees easy entry and exit. More than 40 pristine dive sites are just 10-20 minutes boat ride from the resort. The dives take place in small groups with a maximum of 4 divers per guide. In addition to easy-to-dive macro dive sites and coral gardens, there are also channels with strong currents with chances of big fish. Two diving boats are available for diving trips. Nitrox is free for certified Nitrox divers.

Team & Education

Various diving courses by prior arrangement and on request. The training is based on SSI.


- Boat diving, house reef diving (mostly by boat), trips by minibus
- Rental equipment for a fee
- 12 litre aluminium tanks.
- 15 litre steel tanks (on request & limited availability, reservation is recommended)
- Nitrox for free
- DIN & INT valves
- 2 dive boats
- Oxygen and first aid kit
- L&W compressor

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