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GPS Point, Manta Ray, Komodo

GPS Point Dive Site in Komodo National Park

Experience thrilling currents and an abundance of marine life

Information about GPS Point

GPS Point, located in the renowned Komodo National Park, Indonesia, is a must-visit dive site famous for its dynamic currents and rich marine biodiversity. This thrilling dive spot is ideal for experienced divers seeking an adrenaline-filled underwater adventure. The site boasts a vibrant reef that thrives due to the nutrient-rich waters brought in by strong currents.

Divers at GPS Point can expect encounters with large pelagic species, including schools of barracuda, trevally, and the occasional reef shark. The coral formations are equally spectacular, with a variety of hard and soft corals providing habitat for smaller marine life such as nudibranchs and pygmy seahorses. The dive site's topography includes slopes, drop-offs, and plateaus, offering a diverse and exciting underwater landscape.

While diving is the primary attraction at GPS Point, Komodo National Park also offers stunning landscapes and a unique opportunity to see the famous Komodo dragons. Non-divers can enjoy activities such as snorkeling, trekking, and visiting local villages. GPS Point is a highlight for any diving enthusiast exploring the wonders of Komodo National Park.

Interesting facts about GPS Point

Getting there: The best way to reach GPS Point is by liveaboard, providing convenient access to this remote dive site. Alternatively, you can fly to Labuan Bajo and take a boat from there.

Best time to visit GPS Point: The ideal time to dive here is from April to November, with water temperatures ranging from 26°C to 29°C (79°F to 84°F), offering optimal conditions.

Diving Conditions: GPS Point features depths ranging from 10 to 30 meters (33 to 98 feet) with strong currents, making it suitable for experienced divers. A reef hook is recommended for safety.

Our liveaboard trips: Many of our liveaboard itineraries include GPS Point, typically lasting 7-10 days and visiting other top sites in Komodo National Park, such as Batu Bolong and Manta Point.

A little known fact: GPS Point gets its name because it was one of the first dive sites in Komodo National Park to be discovered and mapped using GPS technology.

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GPS Point, Manta Ray, Komodo
GPS Point, Komodo
Komodo, Indonesia

Possible Activities in GPS Point

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