Indonesia Marine Life

 
Loading
The Indonesian archipelago lies in the middle of the area of the highest marine bio-diversity in the world. This site, covers many areas around the country.

Update November 2016

  • Sea Slugs updated - 70 new species added and 85 additional images.

Triton BayOctober/November 2016 we visited Triton Bay in West Papua.
We stayed and dived with Triton Bay Divers and had a great time, made many new friends and found some wonderfull animals thanks to the great guides.

Cheng HoIn September 2015 we revisited the Flores area on board the MV Cheng Ho for 11 days in the company of many expert nudibranch hunters and found 420 species.

Also aboard were a film crew from Naga Visions who kindly provided this image.

Another 17 days were spent at the beautiful Villa Markisa resort on Bali.

KLM Aurora

We cruised on the KLM Aurora from Alor in the east along the north of the archipeligo boarding in Alor and finally leaving this lovely and friendly boat in Bima, Sumbawa.

The trip from 10 June to 4 July 2011 was a specialist nudibranch research expedition that resulted in a total of 410 species (over 100 of them undescribed).

We also saw many other underwater wonders and the site has been updated to reflect this abundance.

raja ampatIn March 2007 we visited Raja Ampat, north west of West Papua on board the MV Odyssea 1.
This fascinating journey took us to another magical area, introduced us to new diving friends and provided many more images.

 

We visited the North East Sulawesi peninsula including the Bunaken National Park, Banka Island and Lembeh Strait in June 2001, 2002 and July 2006. We stayed at the Hotel Santika, diving with the wonderful Thalassa Dive Centre whose great guides led us to wonderful creatures on the reefs and dark volcanic sands during our many expeditions.


e-mail to jander4454@gmail.comPlease let us know what you think of our site and images by clicking on the clown fish to the left to send an e-mail.