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Dive Indonesia’s Coral Triangle

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PADI SCUBA DIVING AT BAWAH RESERVE

Nestled in the Anambas Islands, Bawah Reserve is a scuba diver’s paradise. It offers access to Indonesia’s rich marine diversity, including an impressive 253 fish species and 63% of the coral. As one of Indonesia’s first marine conservation areas, it provides a haven for flourishing coral reefs and abundant marine life. With 12 nearby dive sites featuring gentle sandy slopes descending to 25-30 meters, divers of all levels can explore this underwater wonderland. Our PADI-certified five-star diving center, led by dedicated marine biologists, fosters a love for the ocean and its inhabitants among both children and adults.
*Fee applies for Marine Conservation dives. Part of the proceeds support Anambas Foundation marine conservation programmes.

Marine conservation

GET INVOLVED AT A DEEPER LEVEL

Help repair and maintain our precious reefs. Join the Anambas Foundation team on their marine conservation dives to help transplant and preserve coral or assist with other marine conservation efforts, such as underwater clean-ups to remove ghost fishing nets or equipment left on the reef.

*Diving fee applies. Part of the proceeds support Anambas Foundation marine conservation programmes.

Help repair and maintain our precious reefs. Join the Anambas Foundation team on their marine conservation dives to help transplant and preserve coral or assist with other marine conservation efforts, such as underwater clean-ups to remove ghost fishing nets or equipment left on the reef.

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