REEF CHECK INDONESIA
INDONESIA
Contact Information
Derta Prabuning
Reef Check Indonesia
Jl. Tukad Balian Gang 43 No. 1A
Renon, 80234
INDONESIA
Tel: +62 361 3071358, 3076402
Fax: +62 361 248370
E-Mail: derta@reefcheck.org
Website: http://www.reefcheck.or.id/

1151          
Surveys by Year
All data is available on the
Global Reef Tracker
2018 8 2017 71

2016 56 2015 47

2014 30 2013 20

2012 2 2011 11

2010 35 2009 77

2008 25 2007 18

2006 41 2005 104

2004 69 2003 153

2002 119 2001 122

2000 56 1999 33

1998 2 1997 52

 INTRODUCTION [ Back to EcoDiver Home ]
Welcome to Reef Check Indonesia!
  VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Below are the volunteer opportunities currently offered for this country. Please use the contact information for more details.
Project Type: Field Work
Type of Volunteers Needed: Local Residents, Scuba Divers, Snorkellers, Tourists
Months Volunteer Opportunity Available: Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec
Minimum Time Commitment Needed: 3 months
Number of Volunteers Needed: 2
Minimum Age: 18 years
Language Requirement: fluent English, ability to speak Indonesian is an advantage
Contact Email: jensi@reefcheck.org
Contact Phone: +62 361 3071358, 3076402
   
  ECODIVER TRAINING FACILITIES
The following facilities and trainers offer courses as part of the Reef Check EcoDiver program. Become an EcoDiver and monitor the world's coral reefs! Click here for more information on the program.
Facility/Trainer Name: Bali International Diving Professionals
Address:
Sanur-Bali
Phone: +62 0361 270759 / 270760
E-Mail: info@bidp-balidiving.com
Website: http://www.bidp-balidiving.com/

Facility/Trainer Name: Oceans 5 Dive
Contact: Sander Buis
Address:
, Lombok
Phone: +6281338777144
E-Mail: info@oceans5dive.com
Website: http://www.oceans5dive.com

Facility/Trainer Name: Blue Corner Dive Lembongan
Contact: Andrew Taylor, Cody McDonald
Address:
Nusa Lembongan, Bali
Phone: +62 819 16231054
E-Mail: info@bluecornerdive.com
Website: http://www.bluecornerdive.com
EcoDiver Courses Offered: Discover Reef Check course (Indo-Pacific)
Reef Check EcoDiver course (Indo-Pacific)
Include in Cost: Scuba equipment, Materials, Food
Can Schedule Private Courses? Yes
Minimum Class Size: 1
Languages Courses Taught In: English
Note: Reef Check monitoring takes place at several of our index divesites each month. Custom courses available on request.

Facility/Trainer Name: Richard Sills
Contact: Richard Sills, Owner/Operator
Address: Bali
Phone: 082145804522
E-Mail: richard@southseanomads.com , info@southseanomads.com
Website: http://www.southseanomads.com
Include in Cost: Scuba equipment, Materials
Can Schedule Private Courses? Yes
Minimum Class Size: 1
Languages Courses Taught In: English

Facility/Trainer Name: Luminocean
Contact: Mareike Huhn, Principal Trainer
Address: Jl. Pelabuhan
Nusantara
Banda, Kabupaten Maluku Tengah, Maluku
E-Mail: mareike@luminocean.com
Website: http://www.luminocean.com
Can Schedule Private Courses? Yes
Minimum Class Size: 1
Languages Courses Taught In: English, German, Indonesian
Upcoming Trainings: courses available, dates flexible, on request

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