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Experience Komodo Liveaboard Diving Adventures

Dive into the heart of the Komodo National Park's underwater paradise

Information about Komodo

Komodo National Park, renowned for its rich marine life and stunning underwater landscapes, is a must-visit destination for avid divers. Our liveaboard trips, typically ranging from 5 to 10 days, offer the perfect way to explore the park's diverse dive sites, ensuring you experience the best that Komodo has to offer.

Diving in Komodo is nothing short of spectacular. You'll encounter vibrant coral reefs teeming with life, from colorful reef fish and majestic manta rays to elusive pygmy seahorses and fascinating nudibranchs. Famous dive sites such as Batu Bolong and Manta Point provide exceptional visibility, often exceeding 30 meters (100 feet), and thrilling encounters with marine life. The nutrient-rich currents bring in large pelagics, making every dive an adventure. While many sites are suitable for all experience levels, some strong currents mean that advanced divers can also find plenty of challenges.

For those who prefer to stay above the water, Komodo offers breathtaking landscapes and unique wildlife. The park's namesake, the Komodo dragon, can be seen on guided treks on Komodo and Rinca Islands. The islands' rugged hills and pristine beaches provide perfect hiking and relaxation opportunities. The best time to visit is during the dry season from April to December, when the weather is warm and dry, with water temperatures ranging from 27°C to 30°C (80°F to 86°F). A 3mm wetsuit is usually sufficient for diving in these conditions.

Reaching Komodo is straightforward, with most liveaboard trips departing from Labuan Bajo on Flores Island. Labuan Bajo is easily accessible via a short flight from Bali or Jakarta. From here, our liveaboard vessels will take you on an unforgettable journey through the park's myriad dive sites and stunning seascapes.

Interesting facts about Komodo

Komodo National Park is home to the world's largest lizard, the Komodo dragon.

The park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1991.

Komodo National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New7Wonders of Nature.

It offers both drift diving and muck diving, catering to a variety of diving preferences.

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Our trips to Komodo


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