Airport meet and greet at Maumere Airport and transfer to the port for embarkation on SY Indo Siren. After boarding settle into your cabin and assemble your equipment with help from the friendly crew. The boat briefing is followed by dinner and then you're free to relax and enjoy the rest of the evening as the boat cruises towards Adonara.
After breakfast say your farewells, disembark SY Indo Siren and transfer to Sorong Airport.
The itinerary above is an example of the planned route and dive sites cannot be guaranteed. All dive sites are subject to weather conditions and the final route taken is at the absolute discretion of the captain and dive guides.
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Famous for its high population of Chinese Sea Snakes, this volcanic islands rise from the depth of the Banda sea to offer dramatic topographies with sheer walls covered with colorful Soft corals and huge Barrel Sponges. This oasis of life attracts large pelagic such as Dogtooth tunas, Rainbow Runners and sometimes Scalloped Hammerhead sharks or even Silvertip sharks cruising the deep waters.
This sandy slope on Pulau Lembata is superb for critter dives and is a fairly unknown spot. It provides a fantastic day dive, as well as a wonderful night dive. The animals roaming underwater range from different species of frogfish to ornate ghost pipefish and majestic fingered dragonets.
Upwelling and currents around these islands bring nutrient rich waters and with them an abundance of marine life. We see many larger fish species in these little visited waters. Hammerhead sharks, tunas, napoleon wrasse and groupers are amongst the most common sightings. Schooling surgeon fish, bannerfish and barracuda give divers a spectacular display
East of Wetar, the islands of Pulau Nyata and Terbang offer unspoiled reefs for a great diving experience. At Nyata, rainbow colored soft corals and a myriad of hard corals dominate the landscape, whilst at Terbang we find dramatic walls with soft corals reef top gardens and plenty of Bumphead parrotfish and schooling reef fish.
Fish, fish and more fish.... over 970 different species have been recorded here. White tips, black tips and wobbegong sharks, turtles, morays and giant clams, Schools of big eye jacks and the occasional marble ray. This site has so much of interest that one dive here is not enough.