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Diving in Indonesia is a fully comprehensive diving guidebook for exploring the most notable areas of Indonesia.
A chapter is devoted to each of the following important regions in Indonesia for divers:
Central, South and Southeast Sulawesi
Nusa Teggara (Lombok, Komodo, Timor, Alor)
Raja Ampat & West Papua
Maluku (Ambon, Banda & Halmahera)
Each chapter relates to a different region and provides the reader with area maps, dive site maps, diving information which includes:
General area information
General diving information
Detailed dive site descriptions
Useful diving contacts such as emergency services and emergency diving services, liveaboard diving, marine life features, conservation features and travel planners are included, making this a complete guide.
There are also sections regarding general travel practicalities in Indonesia, general diving practicalities in Indonesia, a basic Indonesian dictionary and phrases specifically relating to diving.
Sarah Ann Wormald is from Ilkley, West Yorkshire in the UK where she previously worked as a Solicitor. Sarah began diving in 1999 in the Red Sea in Egypt and after having dived in numerous destinations around the world she moved to Indonesia in 2007. Since her move to Asia, Sarah has become a Instructor who has shared her passion with hundreds of students through teaching them how to explore the underwater world.
When Sarah is not teaching she spends her time traveling Indonesia diving and photographing. From the outset of this project Sarah's aim was to promote operators who dive safely and who protect and care for the reefs around them. Sarah's interests in Indonesian reefs, marine life, adventure and exploration led her to begin working on this book in 2013. Sarah currently lives and works full time in Indonesia.