Kalabahi Bay

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Kalabahi Bay

Kalabahi Bay

Kalabahi Bay is a long narrow sandy-bottomed bay that contains special underwater fauna. If you are a fan of “muck diving” then you found your paradise! Here, you can see everything that the best muck sites have to offer in Indonesia! Absolutely some of the rarest sea creatures known to man! There are many species of ghost-pipefish such as the velvet, ornate, and even the halimeda. There are also plenty of frogfish: giant,painted, warty, randal, etc. What’s more, you can find octopi (wonderpuss, blue-ring, hairy), shrimp (Harlequin, Coleman, tiger), seaweed pipefish, nudibranchs, stargazer, weedy scorpionfish, and many more!     

Kalabahi Bay is a long narrow sandy-bottomed bay that contains special underwater fauna. If you are a fan of “muck diving” then you found your paradise! Here, you can see everything that the best muck sites have to offer in Indonesia! Absolutely some of the rarest sea creatures known to man! There are many species of ghost-pipefish such as the velvet, ornate, and even the halimeda. There are also plenty of frogfish: giant,painted, warty, randal, etc. What’s more, you can find octopi (wonderpuss, blue-ring, hairy), shrimp (Harlequin, Coleman, tiger), seaweed pipefish, nudibranchs, stargazer, weedy scorpionfish, and many more!     

Kalabahi Bay is a long narrow sandy-bottomed bay that contains special underwater fauna. If you ...

Other information

Type of dive site
  • Sandy bottom
Depth
  • Maximum 30
  • Maximum 40
Visibility
10-20 m
Current
souvent fort
Required scuba diving level / certification
expérimenté
Fauna
  • Scorpion fish
  • Seahorses
  • Frogfish
  • Octopus
  • Nudibranchs
Flora
  • Coral flora

The best dive centres to explore Kalabahi Bay

La P'tite Kepa dive center

Our review of La P’tite Kepa dive center

Looking for a little off-the-beaten-track piece of heaven? Look no further! Head straight to La P’tite Kepa dive center in the Alor Archipelago. After many years of travel, in 1998, Anne and Cedric fell head over heels ...

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