Located right after the sunda strait that separate Java and Sumatera and having the Krakatoa as the main object, South Lampung underwater is dominated by coral reefs and volcanic stones. The strong current from the Sunda strait feed the coral reefs with rich nutrients and attract the pelagic fish and sea mamals during a particular period of time.
The diving is varying from muck diving around the area of Lampung Bay to ‘beautifully challenging’ drift diving. In the north western Sunda Straits is the Krakatau Islands, comprises 4 islands: Sibuku, Sebesi, Sanghyang, and Lagundi Island. The area offers wreck diving, go deep exploring the wall, and admiring the plethora of coral reefs.
Meanwhile, in the western of Sunda strait divers are spoiled by the scenic view of well-preserved coal reefs, the volcanic pinnacles, and deep wall diving. The volcanic stones piled up underwater creating mounds giving mysterious touch to the seascape exterior. Still in the area is Rakata, the dive site offers abundance healthy corals, wide variety of marine life including pelagic and turtles.
The active volcano, deep wall goes down to 50m, rich nutrients sent from the crater of the volcano to the bottom of the sea, and crystal clear water are definitely will make a unique diving experience.