3x Masawae Diving in Ambon

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Includes:

  • Boat
  • Towel
  • Guide
  • Mineral water

Excludes:

  • Fuel
  • Diving equipment rental
  • Meal
  • Entrance fee (certain point)
  • Land transportation
  • Lodging
  • Tips

Fuel costs:

  • Area 1 free (Laha)
  • Area 2 = 50 liters (Wreck Wayame, Seilale, Talahe)
  • Area 3 = 100 liters (Namalatu, Pintu Kota Seri)
  • Area 4 = 130 liters (Hukurila, Leahari)
  • Area 5 = 200 liters (3 Island)
  • Area 6 = 800 liters (Saparua, Nusalaut, Maulana Island)
  • Area 7 = 300 liters (Tanjung Setan)

Note:

  • Night dive IDR 400.000 / dive
Duration : 1 Day
Availability : Daily
Minimum : 5
Maximum : 10

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Monday – Friday, 9am - 5pm

Ambon, Maluku, Indonesia

About 3x Masawae Diving in Ambon

Became the capital of the province of Maluku, Ambon is indeed very laudable exotic natural beauty. Want to feel ‰ÛÏsweet‰Û of Ambon? Just diving in this island and you'll get amazed. Ambon itself lies in a beautiful setting, between the narrow bay called Ambon Bay and the hills leading up to Mount Sirimu. Ambon has a lush and lazy tropical feel, with undulating hills and idyllic views across the bay.

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13 Reviews from TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Gyljun (Makassar, Indonesia)
Reviewed 11 Feb 2016

"Nice, calm, tranquil Beach"

Ambon Island has many beach, and each beach have its uniqueness. Namalatu is a beach covered with reefs, corals, and white sand. Snorkeling can be fun here, beacuse of its calmness. After do water...

Visited Jul 2015 Read More...


JasonAlx (Jakarta)
Reviewed 28 Dec 2015

"Good snorkelling spot "

Good spot for snorkelling. Easy access by the beach and some hard corals to see. Decent toilets and general facilities.

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Shirra M
Reviewed 23 Oct 2015

"Good for Swimming and snorkeling"

Don't forget to bring swimsuit and start snorkeling here. There is a place you can change or even a bath after swimming. Hot tea or coffee as well as any drinks, mineral water to sodas and local...

Visited Oct 2015 Read More...


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