Are you a certified diver? Would you like to combine snorkeling and diving? Or perhaps you are traveling with snorkeling family and friends and would prefer to dive?
Murex Dive Guides have thousands of dives experience and undergo intensive marine biology and underwater photography training programs to ensure you have the best experience possible.
You’ll never need to carry your gear or change a tank as it’s all part of our service – all you need to do is enjoy your dives at some of Indonesia’s best dive sites!
Our diving trips strategically coincide with our snorkeling schedule so that you can dive from the same boat, at the same time and at the same sites as your snorkeling travel partners, friends and family. There are a multitude of dive sites in Bunaken, Manado, Bangka and Lembeh which offer both incredible snorkeling and scuba diving.
Dive trips to the Bunaken Marine Park reveal stunning walls and hard corals. Lose count of the number of turtles in a single dive. Look out for reef sharks, schooling fish, occasional eagle rays and a plethora of reef fish.
Bunaken Marine Park dive trips are usually two dive trips which depart after breakfast.
During our Manado Bay diving trips we dive a mix of black and white sand muck and reef sites. These sites are home to some of Indonesia’s rarest and most unique critters. For macro underwater photographers Manado Bay dive sites are treasure troves full of opportunities.
If you are staying and diving at Murex Bangka be prepared for an explosion of color and kaleidoscopic soft corals. Bangka dive sites are a sensory overload where the pristine reefs are teeming with life. Marine life that we see around Bangka is incredibly varied, from macro critters to schooling fish and passing pelagics. Bangka takes diversity to the next level.
The Lembeh Strait is world famous for it’s abundance of rare and unusual marine life. Lembeh offers both muck and coral reef diving as well as combination sites. The intriguing “critters” which we find make it a mecca for underwater photographers and marine biologists. Be prepared for an overload of strange and bizarre marine life!