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The only dedicated dive resort on Ambon, Maluku enjoys a beautiful setting and offers some of the best muck diving in Indonesia.

Set amongst mature trees in a beautiful 9,800 metre private beachfront plot in the village of Laha just 5 minutes from the airport, the resort consists of 10 individual bungalows, supported by on site restaurant, dive shop, large camera room and great dive facilities.

The bungalows are fully equipped with hot water private bathrooms and air conditioning. Inside each bungalow, along with our trademark enormous comfy beds, we have added individual editing desks, with charging stations with multiple sockets for our divers. There is also a large relaxing open air wooden terrace at the front of each bungalow offering uninterrupted views to the ocean and our house critter dive.

The beachside restaurant complex has a large communal camera room, a pretty beach side patio and a lounge area to relax after an intriguing day's diving. 

This resort is also ideal for single divers, offering the option of twin share accommodation with another guest to avoid single person supplements.

Maluku Divers

Due to the prime location within Ambon Bay, Maluku Divers offer numerous shore diving opportunities at the resort at multiple critter sites directly on the shoreline, as well as boat dives to the other sites in and around Ambon. The well equipped dive centre offers three dives a day and is a great option for photographers.

Key info

  • Ideal for:
    • Groups
    • Singles
  • Diving suitable for:
    • Intermediate
    • Advanced
  • Dive boat: Custom dive boat
This accommodation is located in:

Ambon

Ambon’s intriguing shoreline has a habit of throwing up the weird and the wonderful, most famously the new species of frogfish discovered in 2008. Muck diving in the region has become legendary, and Ambon as a must visit destination in Indonesian diving.

  • Ideal for viewing: spotted eagle ray, dugong, giant frogfish, mandarin fish, pygmy seahorse
  • Excellent for: Liveaboard diving, Resort based diving, Muck diving, Underwater photography