Triton Bay Divers

Triton Bay Divers is the first and only dive resort located on a secluded beach on the island of Aiduma, just 90 minutes by speedboat from the town of Kaimana. It is a unique partnership between the resort’s founders and the local community which benefits from the project.

The resort offers six spacious detached bungalows that can sleep 3 people comfortably. Each bungalow has an ocean view, hot water showers and large ceiling fans. Currently there is no phone signal here but the resort does have limited internet connectivity. Electricity is available between 6:30 am and 11:00 pm daily. Free scheduled transfers between the resort and the airport is on Saturdays.

This is a divers paradise with more than 30 known dive sites around Triton Bay and many yet to be discovered. The resort is just minutes from some of the best dives sites in the area, where divers can see everything from whale sharks to pygmy seahorses. The region is also known for its beautiful soft coral and the spectacular P. Nursalim Flasher Wrasse, that is endemic to the area, and which Triton Bay Divers are happy to report can be found on their house reef.

The Dive Center is located at the far end of the beach and inside you will find your own personal storage area where your dive equipment will be kept during your stay. You will find a small dedicated room beside the office which is available for setting up and charging your camera equipment during your stay. Alternatively, why not share your photos with friends in our open air dining room.

Triton Bay is conscious of their environmental foot-print and have built the resort using sustainable natural local materials which blend in with the tropical surroundings. Any wood from trees that had to be removed has been utilized elsewhere throughout the resort using local craftsmen and traditional techniques whilst still allowing for a modern touch.

The resort is located approximately 30 nautical miles from the town of Kaimana in the Indonesian province of West Papua, previously known as West Irian Jaya, on the western peninsula of the island of New Guinea. The most direct route is to fly from Jakarta to Ambon and then transit in Ambon to Kaimana. Currently Lion Air is the only airline servicing this route.