Freediving Society was created to share the passion of becoming one with the Ocean. We love freediving but we love more to share the feelings with everybody who feels at home in the water. We believe that the best freediver in the world is the happiest one and we make sure that everybody will enjoy the water in the pool, in the shallow reef or in the deep waters along the line. We know very well that to have fun you need first to feel safe. We take great pride at our level of safety. We use the latest equipment and all our Instructors are trained to handle any problem in the water.

Freediving Society is a school but it is also a community of Ocean lovers who left behind the bulk of the SCUBA equipment and embraced the innate ability of humans to dive on a single breath. We share with the other marine mammals mechanisms that makes us capable of staying underwater just with our breath-hold. Dolphins, whales and seals are our distant relatives.


Freediving Society is located in the west of Jakarta. In our base we provide classroom and pools. For the Open water sessions we travel by boat to the close Islands north of Jakarta. The island of Pramuka one of our most popular dive spots offers a picturesque site, easily accessible depth and beautiful coral gardens.

Our Team

Nikita Fima is an Indonesian freediving record holder and a professional freediver. She works at the Jakarta Aquarium where she performs underwater for the show “the pearl of the south sea”. She is a Pure Apnea Instructor and a Mermaid Instructor.

Nicholas Kouvaras is a Pure Apnea Master Instructor Trainer, a CMAS Instructor Trainer and an AIDA Master Instructor. He has been a member of the Greek National team and he has been teaching freediving for the last 20 years.

Our Mermaid School

If you are also interested in Mermaiding visit



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+62 812-3918-433

​Find us: 

Mediterania Garden Residence 1, Tower Azalea
Jl. Tanjung duren raya no Kav 5-9
RT3/RW5 Grogol Petamburan Jakarta Barat 11470