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About East Kalimantan

Kalimantan is the Indonesian part of the island of Borneo. East Kalimantan offers a great variety of diving opportunities that suit divers of all levels of experience. This area is famous among divers interested in marine life watching. The islands of Sangalaki (Sangalakki), Derawan, Nabucco, Manatua, Samana and Kakaban are well known destinations to offer great diving opportunities on East Kaliman. The dive sites feature great flora and fauna, amazing reefs, cave diving, drift diving and wreck diving. Although, some wrecks are marked for the use of more experienced divers.


Most popular dive sites

Among the most popular dive sites of the region are Lighthouse Reef, Big Fish Country, Jellyfish Lake, Barracuda Point, Manta Avenue.

When to go to East Kalimantan

Scuba diving in East Kaliman is available all year-round with conditions being at their best from April to December. The average air temperature is around 28C/82F. The water temperature ranges from 19C/66F to 30C/86F with the annual average of 28C/82F. Water visibility ranges from 10m-80m/32ft-260ft. In some areas currents can be quite strong.


What to see

Kalimantan is especially known for a great amount of mantas. Marine life in the waters off East Kalimantan includes grey reef sharks as well as other shark species, turtles, rays, tunas, barracudas, hard and soft corals.