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803, 2023

Travel Document Requirements for Foreigners Arriving in Indonesia

By |March 8th, 2023|Categories: Miscellaneous, News, Traveling|

Requirements for Entering Indonesia

Good News!  Indonesia is now open for all visitors, and you are no longer required to be COVID-19 Vaccinated.

We look forward to welcoming you to Triton Bay!

E-Visa on Arrival

You are now able to process your Visa on Arrival before you fly to Indonesia, which means avoiding large queues.  Simply click on this link and follow the instructions and you will be issued with a QR code which you need to present at the E-Visa Desk on arrival into Jakarta or Bali airports, along with your passport.

Indonesian eVisa Application

Customs Declaration

Indonesia have moved into the 21st Century and now require you to complete your customs declaration online.  Click on this link, and complete the details a maximum of 4 days before you flight to Indonesia to receive a QR code which will be scanned at the Customs Desk as you pass through.

Guest Registration Form

In order for us to make sure you have the best stay possible, we ask our guests to complete the attached guest registration form and email it to us.  We need to receive your form at least 2 months before your stay, especially if you have any special requests.  Please ensure you complete the sections in yellow.  Please download this form by clicking on the line below and email it to [email protected].

Guest Registration Form

TBD Terms and Conditions

Please review our standard terms and conditions, with regards to cancellations, payments and marine park fees.  If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact us.

Terms and Conditions TBD 2023-2024

2407, 2021

Triton Bay: Out of the Black & Into the Blue – by Alex del Olmo

By |July 24th, 2021|Categories: Diving, Guests, UW Photos|

This past season we had the pleasure of hosting Alex as he was looking to get footage for his newest Out of the Black & Into the Blue series of underwater videos.  He managed to capture the essence of Triton Bay: the beautiful soft corals, massive schools of fish, whale sharks, and the wonderful critters we all love so dearly. These are the things we see often, but aren’t able to show to the world except through videos such as this one.  We’re honored to have been a part of the process and are very grateful to Alex for producing this.

3105, 2021

James Wei of Antares, shares his experience with the Whale sharks of Triton Bay

By |May 31st, 2021|Categories: Activities, Conservation, Diving, Guests, UW Photos, whale sharks|

Back about a couple of months ago we spent seven fabulous mornings snorkeling with whale sharks in Triton Bay Indonesia. There were as many as four at a time. They are attracted to the bait fish fishing platforms and if we feed them some of the baitfish, we can move them to the back of Antares. Dolphins, tuna, and mackerel joined the frenzy. In Indonesia this whale shark experience can be had in Cenderwasih, West Nusa Tenggara, and Triton Bay. Triton Bay was by far the best as the water was clear and the sharks show up every day.

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