Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known
Komodo National Park’s fauna is quite a contrast between the terrestrial and marine fauna. The terrestrial fauna is not as rich as its marine life. Komodo National Park hosts a great number of species under its sea, such as shark, manta ray, turtle, whale, dolphin, eagle rays, pygmy seahorse, false pipefish, clown frogfish, nudibranchs, blue-ringed octopus, sponges, tunicates and many more.
There are about 50 dive sites in Komodo National Park, and each dive site has its own conditions. From calm, swallow water to strong ripping current and deep water. You can choose the dive sites depending on your level of experience. If you are still new in scuba dive, you might want to dive in relatively calm water. We are a very concern with our guest’s safety. Our dive master and dive instructor can always assist you underwater.
Our basic fun dive is 3 dives a day. 2 dives a day if we also visit Komodo Dragon on the same day. 4 dives a day—3 dives a day and 1-night dive (Night dive is not included in the basic package and need to be booked in advance). Our capacity of the boat for fun dive is up to 10 divers.
Before we are going to dive, we will discuss with our dive master/ dive instructor about the dive sites. Based on your preferences and experience, we will choose the dive sites that will suit you, in the interest of your safety. Every day after the trip, we will discuss together the dive sites that we’re going for tomorrow if you plan to dive more than one day with us. Of course, every day, we will try to dive in the different dive sites for more experience.
Our time of departure usually at 8 AM from the harbor and arrive in Labuan Bajo around 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. But since we’re using speedboat, we are flexible. We can go earlier in the morning or even later, depending on our guests and weather condition on that day. We will have lunch around 12 PM on the nearest beach or on the speedboat. It is also nice to just relax in between dives on the beach or our sundeck.