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Triton Bay Divers, opened its doors to guests in March 2015, and is the only resort in the area. We are located on a secluded beach and all our bungalows are on the beach facing the ocean. Our dive packages are designed for a 7 night stay with free airport pickup and dropoff from Saturday to Saturday.
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Aiduma Island West Papua, Kaimana Indonesia
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Marjo S wrote a review May 2021
Amsterdam, The Netherlands224 contributions89 helpful votes
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Our trip was in Feb 2020, but I can not put that month into TA anymore. Some weeks later the whole world changed due to Covid and I was not in the mood of writing reviews anymore, but as we are still talking every day about our stay in Triton Bay, its time to share some thoughts! Remote & worth it: Thats on my tshirt i bought in Triton Bay and its 300%True. Its a long journey, the last 2 hours by speedboat from Kaimana to TB, and then you are in paradise. Only 6 cottages in a secluded bay with a magnificant view and the sound of waves & birds. Diving and snorkelling are FANTASTIC, huge coral walls and many different types of fish, for whatever reason all fishes seem to be bigger as in other areas (never seen such big batfishes). Resort and diving are very professionally run, knowledgeable diving guides and boatsmen, in the morning 2 dives and in between a coffee break on a remote beach somewhere. After lunch 1 more dive trip and if you want night diving as well. The night dive in Triton Bay was the best dive my partner ever made. Another highlight was our encounter with whalesharks, it was an incredible unforgettable experience. Raja Ampat has become quite crowded, many boats, live aboards and people diving, but around Triton Bay we were the only people, no one else around. Bungalows are clean and spacious with a comfy bed, a nice outdoor shower area, it can become hot at night as there is no electricity. Food was excellent, also for vegetarian people. We loved every minute of our stay and are dreaming of coming back. Thank you Leeza and all other wonderful people at Triton Bay, we hope all of you will “survive” this very difficult Covid period!
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Date of stay: February 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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turfitjam wrote a review May 2021
Sydney, Australia13 contributions6 helpful votes
Jimmy made us feel so welcome on our recent visit to Triton Bay Divers, and even though we didn't stay at the resort he organised fantastic dives for us that were professionally guided and quite frankly some of the best diving we've had for a long time. The whale sharks were a stand-out, but thanks to Jimmy and his dive guides we also found the elusive and rare leopard shrimp, numerous pygmy seahorses and nudibranchs, schools of trevally, bumped parrotfish and very photogenic honeycomb and black-spotted moray eels. The resort has a chilled, get-away-from-it-all vibe, that is instantly relaxing, and it would be easy to lose yourself here for weeks at a time. Thanks Jimmy, we'll be back for sure!
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Date of stay: March 2021
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Bernese wrote a review Feb 2021
Stourbridge, United Kingdom2159 contributions79 helpful votes
This place is a wow from start to finish. Traveling from the UK is long and tiring but oh so worth it. The resort itself is magical, with only 6 bungalows for guests there is no over crowding. The bungalows are tastefully done, comfortable beds with the all important mozzie nets, a ceiling fan (which goes off at 11pm when the generator is switched off. Leeza lent me her personal battery operated fan for during the night which was very much appreciated) and an outside shower which had plenty of power. The bungalows are situated right on the beach so you can hear the sea lapping, it really is paradise. The food was tasty and well prepared but you do have to take into account that EVERYTHING is imported to this little corner of paradise and with that in mind I think they do an amazing job. Now the diving....... absolutely mind blowing
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Date of stay: March 2020
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FussyLiz wrote a review May 2020
La Jolla, California86 contributions38 helpful votes
Triton Bay Dive Resort has over 30 dive sites within a short 5 to 25 minutes ride away. Most of them are great for both scuba divers and snorkelers. The furthest away was where local fishermen feed whale sharks because they are thought to bring good luck. The house reef is lush and full of easy to find walking sharks and wobblegones. The manager Leesa is caring and runs a small (6 bungalows) great establishment. The dive masters are very professional. The food is terrific. Our only complaint was that the WiFi is very slow when it exists, but can't be helped because of the remoteness of the resort.
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Date of stay: March 2020
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Journey68185664324 wrote a review Feb 2020
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Triton Bay Divers is set on a white sand beach with only 6 private bungalows, a dive center and a central comunal area nestled among the palm trees. Its a 2 hour boat trip from Kaimana but so worth the effort it takes to get there (check with TBD regarding flights as these tend to change!) Leeza and her team make you feel at home the moment you set foot on the sand and ensure that you are kitted up for your diving the next day. Dives - there were 2 morning dives starting at 8am (surface time inbetween was always at a gorgeous beach with tea/coffee and biscuits) home for lunch and then an afternoon dive at 3pm. There are 30 dive sites, so depending on the conditions on the day the dive guides choose the best location. Each site is unique. For marco dives, there is a great array of hard and soft coral sites that teem with fish. The guides are expert at finding the small stuff on micro dives, I would never have been able to see so much without their expert eye. Also available are night dives (the walking shark can been seen around the house reef on this dive) and the 4pm Flasher Wrasse dive ( we were lucky to see them from the moment we descended!). Once a week is a trip to see the whale sharks, we saw 2 and spent an hour swimming with them, a real highlight of the trip. Snorkeling in the bay on the home reef is fabulous too. Internet - currently very slow so consider yourself unconnected for the week (i loved that!) although they are looking options to increase the speed.... Sleeping - the generator goes off at 11pm therefore so does your fan. Bring a USB powered small one to make the nights more comfortable when the evening breeze subsides. Food - excellent. Breakfast is ordered the night before and can be anything from bread (homemade) and spreads, yogurt (homemade) and fresh fruit, scrambled or omelet eggs, fried rice or noodles. Lunch and dinner were always hearty, mainly local, delicious dishes such as fish curry, soup, venison noodles, fried chicken and rice to name a few. It was delicious and just what you needed after a day of diving. There is always a vegetarian option if needed. But you do need to let them know before you arrive as food has to be ordered and shipped in from Kaimana 2 hours by boat (twice a week). There was always two courses so for me, plenty of food. Beer and wine is available to purchase there. If you bring something stronger and need a mixer, let them know before hand! The remoteness of the resort is fabulous, unless there is a liveaboard in the area, it is just you and your dive buddies diving here. How amazing is that! Its also then astounding that this dive resort operates at the high level it does when you consider the logistics involved. Loved it. I will be back.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Room Tip: All 6 bungalows have a fabulous view of the beach 1-4 are slightly larger and have a beautiful...
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Frequently Asked Questions about Triton Bay Divers
What are some of the property amenities at Triton Bay Divers?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Triton Bay Divers?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Does Triton Bay Divers have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Triton Bay Divers offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Triton Bay Divers have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the lagoon view available here.