Scuba diving within the Komodo National Park conservation area is easily a dream come true for both beginners and seasoned divers, and with an endless array of diving sites to uncover, there is no wondering why it remains one of the best diving destinations in the world.
Komodo indisputably earns its reputation from its rich marine environment consisting of vibrant coral reefs, pelagics such as manta rays, sharks and eagle rays, as well as an immense ecosystem of fish and other sea critters.
Several highlights of this underwater paradise include Batu Bolong that brims with colourful corals, vast volumes of large and small fish, and even turtles and sharks. With minimal currents, it is an unreal spot to drift dive and observe the full gamut of life in the sea.
Manta Point is another signature dive never to be missed as it is a sanctuary for manta rays, sometimes as many as 20 to 30 at a given time. Often, divers get a chance to be up close and personal with these gentle giants that can reach widths of up to 8.8 metres.
Discover and experience the beautiful scenery around our Komodo hotels.
With a tiny land size that is no larger than a football field, this crescent-shaped sandbar in the middle of the ocean is a supreme spot for relaxing, snorkelling or simply taking a dip in its crystal clear waters.
With only about 6,000 of these world famous beasts left on the planet, the endangered Komodo dragons have inculcated both fear and intrigue for decades.
There are only seven of these natural wonders on the entire planet, and this pastel paradise is just as breathtaking as the travel enthusiasts make it seem online - Rest assured it isn’t merely a filter slapped on those photos.
Beyond Komodo National Park is Wae Rebo, an isolated village perched 1,100 meters above sea level in a valley of mountains, and home to about 50 people of the Indonesian indigenous Manggarai ethnic group.