Fun dive          € 30
Night dive       € 32

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Discover Scuba Diving  € 50
Scuba Tune Up € 50
Open Water € 350
Advanced Open Water € 290
Emergency First Resp. € 150
Rescue Diver € 440
Dive Master € 750


  1. House reef
  2. Reef 5 – The wall
  3. Reef 5 – Buoy
  4. Atol
  5. Reef 4
  6. Christmas crackers
  7. Pasar Ikan
  8. Malenge harbor
  9. Mandarin Fish


  1. Luka
  2. Natasha
  3. Reef 6
  4. Ales_rock



There are some places in the world that people don’t seem to know about, yet when you go there you can’t understand why. The Togians are such a place. Almost completely surrounded by the protective arms of central and north Sulawesi, Tomini Bay is reputedly the calmest deep water bay in the world. This is home to the undeveloped and remote Togian Islands.

Scuba diving in the Togean Islands is fantastic but the charm of the place extends well beyond the impressive dive sites: Peaceful tranquility, clean sandy beaches, sparkling seas, blue skies and no crowds.

As for the scuba diving here, well there’s an awesome array of reefs, stunning underwater topography and fish diversity that some of the world’s better known dive destinations could only dream of.


Then there’s the variety of reef formations – isolated coral atolls with sheer deep walls, fringing reef slopes, barrier reefs, 30 or so coral gardens, deep water features such as The Crack – an awesome swim through at 50 metres, muck diving and mangrove areas, as well as a Second World War American fighter plane wreck – a B24 bomber.

The Togian Islands receive very few visitors and there are only a small numbers of locals, so the reefs are in exceptional condition. If you are looking for an idyllic tropical setting, with great diving right on your doorstep and little else to distract you, you’ve come to the right place. The Togean Islands are an excellent, and in no way inferior, alternative to other more popular Sulawesi dive destinations, no matter what your diving interest.

B-24 diving

Diving Season

There is year-round diving in the Togian Islands. January to December is generally considered to be the best time to dive here since it is the dry season, but outside this time conditions are often excellent.

Reef Summary

Good for: Large animals, small animals, wall diving, underwater photography, reef life and health, visibility, dive value-for-money, advanced divers and snorkelling