Projects

Become a Conservation Divemaster at one of our projects in Indonesia. We are accepting applications all year round! We work on a first come first serve basis so contact us about our next available start dates.

Complete your dive course up to PADI/SSI Divemaster and work alongside a team of experienced marine researchers and dive instructors. Contribute to local and global conservation efforts while exploring the rich waters of Indonesia.

Complete your PADI or SSI Dive Master course along with specialties including Marine Ecology, Shark Ecology, Manta Conservation, Coral ID & Ecology, and Turtle Ecology.

**Please note that this program tends to fill up around 6 months before start dates, please contact us for availability**

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NUSA PENIDA

Located on the island of Nusa Penida off the south eastern coast of Bali in the Lombok Strait and also the location of the Indo Ocean Project Headquarters. Mantas, seasonal molas, turtles, beautiful coral, occasional large shark sightings and strong currents!

Entry Airport: Ngurah Rai International Airport, Denpasar, Bali (DPS)

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BUNAKEN

Located on a small island of Pulau Bunaken off the northern tip of Sulawesi, a 40 minute boat ride from the beautiful city of Manado. Reef sharks, eagle rays, macro life, turtles, and world famous wall dives!

Entry Airport: Sam Ratulangi International Airport, Manado (MDC)

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BIRA

Located on the south eastern tip of Sulawesi in a famous ship-building community of Bira. It is around a 4 hour drive from Indonesia’s third most populated city, Makassar. Picturesque private beaches and unexplored sites where we hope to establish a marine reserve. Sharks, sharks, sharks! Reef sharks galore with occasional sightings of hammerhead and thresher sharks.

Entry Airport: Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport, Makassar (UPG).

Want to join the team?

Contact us for available start dates!

Project News

Bimonthly Report Penida Project March 2022

Bimonthly Report Penida Project March 2022

Lauren Sparks - Founding DirectorOur bimonthly report has been postponed 1 month due to everyone being very busy! On February 10th we FINALLY relaunched our Bira Project! In January we welcomed staff members Marco and Jeffri at the Penida Project to complete their...