Welcome to Indo Ocean Project, your gateway to a world of underwater exploration, research and adventure. We are more then just a diving program – we are a community of passionate individuals dedicated to preserving our oceans for generations to come.
Our award-winning initiatives and internships allow you to refine your diving skills while actively contributing to marine research and conservation efforts. Immerse yourself in the vibrant coral reefs and diverse marine life at our three ocean observatories in Indonesia. Complete internationally recognised certifications guided by industry-leading professionals.
You don’t need to a scientist or a diver to get involved! Join us in our missions to protect and understand our ocean’s delicate ecosystems. Indo Ocean Project is not just a divemaster program, it’s an opportunity to dive into a world of knowledge, make a meaningful impact, and become a steward of our plant’s underwater world.
Explore with purpose – join the Indo Ocean Project community today!
Project Highlights: BRUV, coral restoration and Penida Turtle ID
Diving Highlights: Manta rays, molas, turtles, thriving coral reefs, occasional pelagics like hammerhead and thresher sharks.
Project Highlights: BRUV, shark ID, coral restoration, MPA development
Diving Highlights: Reef sharks, turtles, incredible coral reefs, occasional pelagics like hammerhead and thresher sharks.
Project Highlights: BRUV, shark and manta ID, biodiversity
Diving Highlights: Reef sharks, manta rays, biodiverse coral reefs, macro critters, occasional whale sharks and marine mammals.
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The team in South Sulawesi have been busy with the turn of seasons and a new year around the corner! Hear from Jess, Ben and Qinthan in this month’s quarterly report.
Embarking on the journey of becoming a divemaster and research diver is more than an exploration of the ocean’s depths – it’s a passport to a perpetual adventure with a profound purpose. Discover our top compelling reasons why you should join a conservation project.
As we approach the Penida Project’s 6th year of operating we say goodbye to some staff and hello to others! The cold water the last few months have brought in some incredible megafauna sights and we reach our 200th BRUV dropped in the area!