3x Masawae Diving in Ambon

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  • Boat
  • Towel
  • Guide
  • Mineral water


  • Fuel
  • Diving equipment rental
  • Meal
  • Entrance fee (certain point)
  • Land transportation
  • Lodging
  • Tips

Fuel costs:

  • Area 1 free (Laha)
  • Area 2 = 50 liters (Wreck Wayame, Seilale, Talahe)
  • Area 3 = 100 liters (Namalatu, Pintu Kota Seri)
  • Area 4 = 130 liters (Hukurila, Leahari)
  • Area 5 = 200 liters (3 Island)
  • Area 6 = 800 liters (Saparua, Nusalaut, Maulana Island)
  • Area 7 = 300 liters (Tanjung Setan)


  • Night dive IDR 400.000 / dive
Duration : 1 Day
Availability : Daily
Minimum : 5
Maximum : 10

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Monday – Friday, 9am - 5pm

Ambon, Maluku, Indonesia

About 3x Masawae Diving in Ambon

Became the capital of the province of Maluku, Ambon is indeed very laudable exotic natural beauty. Want to feel ‰ÛÏsweet‰Û of Ambon? Just diving in this island and you'll get amazed. Ambon itself lies in a beautiful setting, between the narrow bay called Ambon Bay and the hills leading up to Mount Sirimu. Ambon has a lush and lazy tropical feel, with undulating hills and idyllic views across the bay.

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21 Reviews from TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Romero S (Jakarta, Indonesia)
Reviewed 21 Sep 2019

"Exotic Beach, Paradise Naturally"

My colleagues and I were happy being here cos we found the beach that still naturally exotic and beautiful. Namalatu called by local and we enjoyed our time here. Namalatu is one of paradise in Ambon...

Visited Aug 2019

Orphanpiglet (UK/Spain/New Zealand)
Reviewed 22 Jul 2018

"Nice spot if you're on the South side of Ambon"

I live near here and this is one of the nicer beaches in the area. The last reviewer says it is not suitable to visit in the rainy season, but I was here in July and it was lovely, so I guess it just...

Visited Jul 2018

Regina302 (Bandung, Indonesia)
Reviewed 12 Jul 2018

"Wrong time visit this place"

It's not suitable to visit this place at raining season (usually happen in Ambon from June-July). The waves and wind was so fierce, plus raining. I hope I can come back here when the weather nicer...

Visited Jul 2018

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