Triton Bay

About Triton Bay

Located at the heart of the Kaimana Marine Protected Area in West Papua, Triton Bay is the final frontier of diving in Indonesia. Triton Bay’s dive sites offer the chance for divers to explore a large range of landscapes including cascades of boulders, current swept islands, dramatic overhangs and caverns, and sheltered bays.


Embarking on a journey to Triton Bay is a venture into one of Indonesia’s hidden gems, a remote and untouched marine paradise. Located in the far eastern part of the archipelago, Triton Bay is renowned for its extraordinary marine biodiversity and stunning underwater landscapes. Divers are treated to a mesmerizing spectacle of vibrant coral gardens, where ancient sea fans sway gracefully, and elusive species like the majestic walking sharks and pygmy seahorses find refuge. The bay’s azure waters are a haven for snorkelers and marine enthusiasts alike, providing an intimate encounter with the rich tapestry of life beneath the surface. Above water, dramatic limestone cliffs frame secluded coves and lush greenery, offering a picturesque backdrop to this untouched wilderness. Triton Bay promises an expedition filled with awe-inspiring encounters, making it a must-visit destination for those seeking the allure of remote and unspoiled natural beauty.