In no particular order:
- Alami Alor: Situated on a quiet and remote bay in Alor, this exclusive resort offers 7 seaside bungalows, each with an open-air bathroom attached. The communal lounge is a great area to enjoy a drink after a days diving, and the dining room serves family-style meals consisting of locally grown and sourced healthy meals. The resort is situated to allow for amazing critter diving, and a good chance of seeing hammerheads and mola-mola… something for everyone.
- Komodo Resort: This resort offers spacious beachfront bungalows with ensuit facilities, private sun loungers and magnificent sunset views. The restaurant serves delicious 4 course a la carte meals, and the bar offers cold beers and tasty cocktails on the beach. The staff are obliging and the service is second to none. Located in Komodo National Park, diving offers oppertunities to see sharks, mantas, magnificent sprawling lively reefs and a variety of critters.
- Papua Paradise Eco Resort: The resort offers 26 waterfront ensuite bungalows, built on stilts overlooking the fabulous house reef. Each has a private veranda with beautiful views over the Pacific Ocean. The seaside restaurant serves a variety of Europe and Indonesian cuisine, buffet-style, made form locally grown and sourced ingredients, supporting local communities. The diving, in world famous Raja Ampat, offers spectacular reefs, manta rays, sharks (including Wobbegongs), turtles and all manner of reef fish and critter.
- Siladen Island Resort: Located ona lush exclusive island in the heart of Bunaken National Park, this resort offers beautiful ensuite bungalows, a free-form salt water pool, a beach bar and gift shop, as well as a fabulous full-service spa. The diving around the national park is mostly wall diving, with magnificent corals, a huge turtle population, lots of schooling fish and the occasional shark. Day trips to Lembeh Straights, Bangka and Pohpoh can also be arranged for world calls critter diving.
- Kalimaya Resort: The first dive resort in East Sumbawa, this resort has beautiful beachfront ensuite bungalows and a refreshing seaside pool. The open sided dining room serves family-style meals on a large communal table. The house reef is fabulous for critter spotting, with easy access to Komodo National Park as well as lesser dived but equally spectacular Gili Banta and Sangeang.