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Yellow Wall of Texas, Komodo

Yellow Wall of Texas Dive Site in in Komodo National Park

Experience a vibrant underwater carnival at this unique dive site

Information about Yellow Wall of Texas

The Yellow Wall of Texas, located in the stunning Komodo National Park, is a world-renowned dive site known for its vibrant yellow soft corals and incredible marine biodiversity. This dive site is perfect for divers of all experience levels, offering a unique underwater landscape that is both visually stunning and rich in marine life.

Diving at the Yellow Wall of Texas, you'll encounter a breathtaking array of colorful corals, sponges, and a myriad of fish species. The site is particularly famous for its bright yellow corals that blanket the walls, creating a dazzling display of colors. You can expect to see everything from tiny nudibranchs and pygmy seahorses to larger pelagics like reef sharks and manta rays.

For non-divers, Komodo National Park offers a range of activities such as snorkeling, trekking to see the famous Komodo dragons, and exploring the park's beautiful beaches. Whether you're an avid diver or simply a lover of natural beauty, the Yellow Wall of Texas promises an unforgettable experience in one of Indonesia's most iconic locations.

Interesting facts about Yellow Wall of Texas

Getting there: The best way to explore the Yellow Wall of Texas is by liveaboard, offering direct access to the dive site. You can also reach Komodo National Park by boat from Labuan Bajo.

Best time to visit the Yellow Wall of Texas: The ideal time to visit is from April to November, when water temperatures range from 26°C to 29°C (79°F to 84°F), providing optimal diving conditions.

Diving Conditions: Expect water depths ranging from 5 to 30 meters (16 to 98 feet) with mild to moderate currents, making it suitable for divers of all levels. Visibility is typically between 15 to 30 meters (49 to 98 feet).

Our liveaboard trips: We offer several liveaboard options that visit the Yellow Wall of Texas, with trips ranging from 7 to 10 days. These trips often include other popular dive sites in Komodo, such as Batu Bolong and Castle Rock.

A little known fact: The Yellow Wall of Texas gets its name from the vibrant yellow soft corals that are illuminated by the sunlight, creating a striking visual effect reminiscent of a Texas sunset.

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Yellow Wall of Texas, Komodo
Yellow Wall of Texas, Komodo

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