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Equator Diving – Ambon Trip Report

Continuing our theme of letting other people spread the word about Maluku Divers and the dive experiences we offer, here’s an update from the team at Equator Diving in the UK, who visited our resort earlier this season.

Over five weeks in late 2011 the Equator Diving team visited some amazing dive locations in both

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Howard Hall’s Report; Diving Ambon with Maluku Divers

As we reported in our last update, we were very happy to host some well known photographers at the resort in February, what better way to see what they thought than publishing their own experiences and images…

On February 6 Michele and I made our last dive aboard Seven Seas in Raja Ampat.  Early the

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All-Star Diving at Maluku Divers

February 2012 saw the crew of Maluku Divers honoured by an all-star visit by eminent IMAX underwater cinematographers, Howard and Michele Hall, world renowned underwater photographers, Norbert Wu and Douglas Seifert and his wife Emily Iriving, and owners of Gates Underwater video housing, John and Karen Ellerbrock.

An introduction of the star-studded cast in the … Read More

Rudy’s Randalli (Sylvia and Tom’s too!)

As many people will tell you, the Twilight Zone on the slopes of Laha Ambon are pretty much full of frogfish. Not only do we have our very own species, the Maluku Frogfish, (Histiophryne psychedelica) which our team discovered in 2008,  we have a huge array of other species ranging through clown, painted, … Read More

Soleman’s Colemans

Quality dive guides are essential at a location such as Maluku Divers where so many subjects can be found, it can make for a photographer’s dream trip. Recognizing Ambon’s rise to the top of the ‘must visit’ list of Indonesia critter and muck diving, Maluku Divers has focused on assembling a dedicated and experienced team.… Read More

The 2010 – 2011 Change of Season Report

Sorry that we’ve been away from Twitter and Facebook for the past few weeks. Maluku Divers is enjoying the natural break of the Maluku rainy season inAmbon right now, watching the islands return to a blend of beautiful shades of green. The low season sees us open this year for the first time, with special … Read More

Li Li’s Pygmy Pipedragon

Li Li Tey is a big part of our team in Ambon. Her beaming smile and enthusiasm for life, both above and below the surface of Ambon Bay, has been a real breath of fresh air at the resort, earning compliments and praise from a whole array of Maluku Divers guests.

Li Li first arrived … Read More

Kathy’s Snakey Bornella

Cool sea breeze, hot sun and tranquil sea conditions return to the resort after two weeks of unexpectedly rough weather. Crystal clear water once again greets divers as they make their way to the dive boats. The departure of the unseasonal pounding waves sees many more of our resident critters back too: medium-sized grey warty … Read More


Resident Critters in Ambon

Ambon’s intriguing shoreline has a habit of throwing up the weird and the wonderful, most famously the new species of frogfish discovered by Maluku Divers in 2008.

However, due to the sheer numbers of the critters that make their home in the habitat on the shores of Laha village, divers who … Read More

Guest Comments

“Very nice place, Kindly staff, excellent dives, a place to come back.  We will share and recommend your Maluku Divers.”


“So lovely creatures, perfect service, absolutely skilled staff – Thousand thanks to you all! I’ll come back.”

November 2014 HIENKE – HOLLAND

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