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.
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.
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].
Most people come to Triton Bay to experience the magnificent reefs and marine life that we have, but that is not all Triton Bay has to offer. There is also some great flora and fauna to be seen throughout the region. Here is a little taster…
After a shout out to some of our previous guests and others who visited Triton Bay, we have managed to help Conservation International identify 8 new Whalesharks that are visiting the region. Six are from Triton Bay itself and two from Cenderawasih Bay. If you have any Whaleshark images that shows the ID Spot (please see our earlier blog) please feel free to share them with us and Conservation International. You never know you may have one that has not yet been identified and you can name it!!!
We would like introduce you to our newly named Whalesharks:
Firstly, those identified by our Guests: Rob & Susie Andrews, Marie Tartar and Faye Simanjutak.
Steven Genkins (Seadoc) managed to identify 5 new whalesharks, and named one after each of his immediate family member and their pet Dog Tyrion!