PT Wallacea Jalesveva Lestari

P.O. Box 136, 94701 Luwuk-Sulteng

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Product category: Diving


Period: from November to May (all year long in 2019)

Highlight: World’s best region for marine biodiversity, schools of fishes, macro and outstanding landscapes.

Raja Ampat is an archipelago consisting of four main islands—Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool—surrounded by over 1,500 smaller islands and reefs. This region is part of the West Papua province in Indonesia.

Raja Ampat certainly represents the world’s richest marine diversity, with the highest number of known species of fish, corals, and mollusks. Certain areas are known for their density of fish; one with groups of Manta Rays, the others with schools of barracudas, parrotfish, humpback groupers and the list goes on. Not to mention the best macro you will see everywhere. Photographers, please bring your full set of lenses: wide angle & macro will delight you equally.

The rich variety of reefs are also not to be overlooked with vertical walls, slopes, dry rocks, caves and lagoons; some covered with hard corals while the others with brightly colored soft corals. Also renowned as the center of pygmy seahorses and gorgonians, everywhere you go you will be amazed by the profusion of marine life that Raja Ampat has to offer you.

Raja Ampat also offer magnificent landscapes for you to explore—labyrinths of quartz islands, vast mangrove forests, deserted beaches and lagoons. You can also go for a tour to the small villages in search of the famous birds of paradise. Our 11 night scuba diving liveaboard cruises are one of the very few that visit all the Raja Ampat, up to Wayag on the North and down to Misool, with a selection of the very best scuba dive sites of all the area. Raja Ampat is definitely a must visit. 

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Period: June to October

Located in the strait of the same name at the confluence of the Indian Ocean and the Banda Sea, The Komodo National Park features one of the world’s richest and most diverse marine environments—thanks to the overflowing currents in the area. Also renowned as the home of the famous Komodo Dragon, it is certainly one of the best scuba diving destination that you can find on the planet.

In the north, you can find a collection of the world’s most beautiful varieties of reefs, boasting a rich combination of hard and soft corals, shoals of antheas, wrasses, angelfishes, and also predators—reef sharks, tunas, and giant kingfishes. In the south you will see more soft corals with amazing profusion of colors, and even more macro (and manta rays too!). The water is rather cold and the temperature can drop down to 23 ° C in July and August.

Komodo offers a wide variety of dives: pelagic dives with sharks in strong currents, gentle drift dives, wall dives (colorful drop-offs, monumental boulders, seamounts, pinnacles and sandy slopes) and macro dives. You can also find manta rays, turtles and, if you are lucky enough, some whale sharks !

Bali is just 90 minutes away by plane... but 25 hours by boat!

To avoid wasting time in navigation, and to focus exclusively on the Komodo Park, we offer the best itinerary. 9-night scuba diving cruise liveaboards from Bima, arriving in Labuan Bajo and vice versa. Find out more on our itineraries by clicking on the links provided above "itinerary". For the schedule of our Komodo scuba diving liveaboard cruises, please click on "destination trips".

As the currents in Komodo can be intense, a good experience with current dives is highly recommended. To dive in this area you must be advanced level PADI/CMAS Level 2 or higher. Therefore less experienced divers can also participate with a specific supervision that has to be arranged before the cruise.

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Product category: Diving


For those who know us, this is a kind of "back home" cruise in an area that we very well know because we started our operation, in the early 2000, in these areas of Sulawesi. Departing From Bitung, the "central Sulawesi" visits the East coast of Sulawesi and the Togian islands. It ends in Luwuk. Beautiful dive sites of the East coast in the areas of Ratatotok, Tanjung Flesko, and Gorontalo (fabulous walls and whale sharks !). We then dive the best spots of the Togian islands, especially around the islands of Una2. the two last days are spent in the Tompotika area where Wallacea recentlys did set up a dive resort, Tompotika Dive Lodge, just because we found there spots that are among of the best dive sites of Indonesia!

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About us

Company details

First time with us ?

Wallacea Dive Cruises (PT Wallacea Jalasveva Lestari) was created in 2002 by a French-Indonesian couple, Suryani Mile and Jérôme Doucet.  The couple remains until present the sole owners of the company.

Our main focus is to provide the best service to ensure the luxury of a comfortable, safe and convenient Indonesian dive liveaboard experience. Our experienced and friendly crew will be there 24/7 to assist you.  Starting from planning your trip to the moment you are on board, when you are out exploring Indonesia’s underwater marvels with our experienced dive guides, or even when you are fueling up for your next dives with our delectable cuisine selection. We are there for you. 

Wallacea started its humble beginning with an old ferry converted to a dive boat, which was then replaced by Paisubatu II in 2006. MV Ambai was conceived in 2012, after years of hard work that Jérôme dedicated on designing and constructing his dream dive boat. Boasting larger rooms, larger decks, larger space everywhere—on Ambai not only we anticipate all your diving needs, we also want to make sure that you have all the space you need for your utmost comfort!

Over the years, we keep growing and expanding with no plan on slowing down. This year, in 2015, we received more than 600 guests on 42 cruises.This same year, we lauched Tompotika Dive Lodge.

Tompotika dive lodge is an accommodation facility for divers as part of our marine protection project, in the Balantak region in Sulawesi.


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