We are a team of professional divers. We come with a different approach in enjoying the beauty of Komodo National Park.
“Red Whale” is newly established dive center in 2014, located in Labuan Bajo, Flores, Indonesia. We are a team of professional divers. We come with a different approach in enjoying the beauty of Komodo National Park. We offer the ultimate small group tour package, with no more than 20 people. Featuring the best service: in-depth itinerary, fastest speedboat in Labuan Bajo, professional dive instructor, excellent quality of dive equipment and food. We also provide the best accommodation as our partner.
Komodo National Park never fails to amaze us and we want you to experience our passion. We will show you the charm of our favorite places in Komodo National Park. Observing Komodo dragon, the biggest reptile in the wild. Having a romantic, private time with your loved ones in one of those private beaches that are yet to be discovered. Enjoying the picture perfect sunset on a beautiful beach, and our most favorite part, exploring the gems that is hidden underwater. The captivating world where the marine life is flourish.
Labuan Bajo is a small fishing town in Flores. It is the main departure point for tours to Komodo National Park. It’s not surprising that this town is quite busy now with the popularity of Komodo National Park coming to arise. The number of tourist visiting Labuan Bajo is increasing every year. More and more facilities are built by the government to support the tourism activity in Labuan Bajo. One of the facilities that have been greatly improved is the Komodo Airport, although it is still in progress until now. There are several Airlines providing daily flights from Denpasar to Labuan Bajo, such as Garuda Indonesia, Wings Air (Lion Air), Trans Nusa, and Avia star.
As the city is located on the hills, it has a quite impressive view of the beach if you go walking around the city to the top. You can explore the city to find restaurants, bar, spa, or go a little bit out of the city to find the amazing waterfalls and caves.
In 1991, Komodo National Park was declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park includes the three large islands: Komodo, Padar, and Rinca. Komodo National Park is the only home of the famous giant lizard, Komodo dragon. Their unusually large size draws interest of many scientists to study about the theory of evolution. Aside from Komodo dragon, Komodo National Park is popular with its rich marine life. Many kinds of species you can find in Komodo National Park, from big creatures like turtle, shark, manta ray, napoleon fish, and dolphins to macro creatures like colorful nudibranchs, sea horse, and shrimp hiding in the beautiful corals.
Komodo National Park offers a dramatic landscape between the dry savannah vegetation, green rugged hillsides, and white sandy beaches in contrast with the clear blue sea water. Utterly breathtaking panorama.