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Komodo Dragon, Komodo

Komodo Island in Komodo National Park

Discover unparalleled biodiversity and thrilling underwater adventures

What you need to know about Komodo

Komodo Island, part of the world-renowned Komodo National Park, is a diving paradise in Indonesia. Located in the Lesser Sunda Islands, it boasts an incredible range of marine biodiversity. From vibrant coral reefs to pelagic encounters, divers can expect exhilarating underwater experiences here.

One of the highlights of diving in Komodo is the chance to see manta rays at sites like Manta Alley and Makassar Reef. The island's unique topographies, such as the underwater pinnacles at Batu Bolong, offer exciting dives for all experience levels. Expect to encounter reef sharks, schools of trevally, and the occasional turtle as you explore the rich underwater world.

Komodo Island is not just about the underwater world. Non-divers can enjoy hiking to see the famous Komodo dragons, snorkeling in the pristine waters, or simply relaxing on the beautiful beaches. Visitors can also take part in guided tours to explore the island’s rugged terrain, visit local villages, and enjoy breathtaking viewpoints. With so many activities available, Komodo Island is the perfect destination for both divers and non-divers alike.

Interesting facts about Komodo Island

Getting there: The best way to explore Komodo Island is by liveaboard, providing access to the most remote and pristine dive sites. Alternatively, fly into Labuan Bajo and take a boat from there.

Best time to visit Komodo Island: The prime diving season is from May to October, with water temperatures ranging from 25°C to 28°C (77°F to 82°F) and visibility up to 35 meters (115 feet).

Diving Conditions: Komodo offers a range of depths from shallow reefs to deeper pinnacles, with strong currents in many areas, making it ideal for experienced divers looking for adventure.

Our liveaboard trips: Multiple liveaboard vessels operate in this region, offering trips that typically last 7-10 days. These trips often include visits to other top diving destinations in the area, such as Rinca and Padar islands.

A little known fact: Komodo Island is one of the few places in the world where you can dive with manta rays year-round.

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Komodo Island, Komodo
Komodo Island, Komodo

Highlights and Visitorpoints on Komodo

Our trips to Komodo

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