5 Snorkeling Spots in Indonesia that you should visit - With photos & details

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5 Snorkeling Spots to explore in Indonesia

World's largest island country, with more than seventeen thousand islands.

Gili IslandsGili Islands, Gili Indah, Pemenang, North Lombok Regency, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia

An archipelago of three small islands. Automobiles and motorized traffic are prohibited on the islands, so the preferred method of transportation is by foot and bicycle or the horse-drawn carriage called a cidomo. Scuba diving and free diving in and around the Gilis is very popular due to the abundance of marine life and attractive coral formations

Raja Ampat IslandsRaja Ampat Islands, Waisilip, West Waigeo, Raja Ampat Regency, West Papua, Indonesia

Raja Ampat, or the Four Kings, is an archipelago comprising over 1,500 small islands, cays, and shoals surrounding the four main islands of Misool, Salawati, Batanta, and Waigeo, and the smaller island of Kofiau. Raja Ampat is considered the global center of tropical marine bio-diversity and is referred to as The Crown Jewel of the Bird's Head Seascape, which also includes Cenderawasih Bay and Triton Bay.

SikuaiSikuai, South Teluk Kabung, Bungus Teluk Kabung, Padang City, West Sumatra, Indonesia

Sikuai is an island in the sub-district of Bungus Teluk Kabung, City of Padang, West Sumatra Province, Indonesia. Sikuai offers you the beauty of marine life with snorkel, swim at the beach, or paddle a canoe in the middle of the sea. You also can bike around the island, trekking into the rainforest.

Temajuk beach SambasTemajuk, Paloh, Sambas Regency, West Kalimantan 79466, Indonesia

Temajuk beach is located in Temajuk village, Sambas Regency, West Kalimantan, Indonesia. Temajuk marks the point where Indonesia ends and Malaysia starts.

Wajag IslandWajag Island, Selpele, West Waigeo, Raja Ampat Regency, West Papua, Indonesia

Wayag Island is one of the islands within the Raja Ampat district in the province of West Papua. The island is known for its beautiful atolls and amazing underwater life covering a total area of 155,000 hectares, about 383,013.3 acres.