A diving trip typically refers to a recreational excursion or vacation in which individuals or groups engage in underwater diving activities. The primary purpose of a diving trip is to explore and experience the underwater world, including coral reefs, marine life, shipwrecks, and other interesting underwater environments. During a diving trip, participants typically use scuba diving equipment, which includes a mask, snorkel, fins, wetsuit or drysuit, and a tank of compressed air or other breathing gas. Professional diving guides or instructors often lead these trips to ensure the safety and enjoyment of participants, especially if they are less experienced divers.
Diving at Komodo is a popular and exciting experience for divers from around the world. Komodo is an island that has stunning underwater biodiversity and unique marine life. Here are some key points to know about diving at Komodo.

Marine Biodiversity

Komodo National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a global center of marine biodiversity. The park is famous for its diverse and vibrant marine life, including a wide variety of fish, coral reefs, and invertebrates.

Manta Rays

One of the highlights of diving in Komodo is the chance to see manta rays. Manta Point is a popular dive site where you can encounter these graceful creatures. There are also cleaning stations where mantas gather to be cleaned by smaller fish.


Komodo is home to various shark species, including reef sharks, whitetip sharks, and even occasional sightings of hammerhead sharks. Shark sightings are common, especially in areas with strong currents.

Coral Reefs

The coral reefs in Komodo are pristine and offer excellent opportunities for both macro and wide-angle photography. You can expect to see colorful corals and an abundance of reef fish. • Currents: Komodo is known for its strong currents, which can make some dive sites challenging and not suitable for beginners. However, these currents also bring in nutrient-rich waters, attracting a wide range of marine life.

Dive Sites

There are numerous dive sites around Komodo, each with its own unique characteristics. Some of the popular ones include Batu Bolong, Castle Rock, Crystal Rock, and Tatawa Besar. These sites offer varying depths, currents, and marine life encounters.

Best Time to Dive

The best time for diving in Komodo is typically from April to November, during the dry season when visibility is excellent. Water temperatures range from 77°F (25°C) to 86°F (30°C). However, be prepared for stronger currents during this period.
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Day 1

Labuan Bajo – Sabolon – Sebayur – Overnight Sebayur

  • Check-in on board
  • Welcome Drink
  • Safety Operations Procedures Briefing
  • Check dive Sabolon
  • Lunch
  • Second dive Sebayur
  • Afternoon Snack
  • Enjoy the sunset
  • Dinner
  • Overnight Sebayur

Day 2

Tatawa Besar – Manta Point – Padar – Overnight at Padar Bay

  • Small breakfast
  • First dive Tatawa Besar
  • Big breakfast
  • Second dive Manta Point
  • Lunch
  • Third dive Secret Garden
  • Afternoon snack
  • Sunset tracking Padar
  • Dinner
  • Overnight at Padar bay

Day 3

Three Sisters – Pillar Stein – Dive Loh Sera – Overnight Loh Sera

  • Small breakfast
  • First dive Three Sisters
  • Big breakfast
  • Second dive Pillar Stein
  • Lunch
  • Afternoon snack
  • 3rd dive/night dive loh sera
  • Dinner
  • Overnight Loh sera

Day 4

Manta Ally North – Canibal rock – Torpedo Point – Overnight Nusa Kode

  • Small breakfast
  • First dive Manta ally North
  • Big breakfast
  • Second dive Manta ally South
  • Lunch
  • Snack
  • Third dive Canibal rock
  • Four-night dive Torpedo point
  • Dinner
  • Overnight Nusa Kode

Day 5

Yellow Wall – Bolder Rock – Tracking Komodo – Chill On Pink Beach

  • Small breakfast
  • First dive yellow wall
  • Big breakfast
  • Second dive Bolder rock
  • Lunch
  • Tracking to komodo island
  • Afternoon Snack
  • Chill on pink beach
  • Third/Night dive Pink beach bay
  • Dinner and Overnight Komodo

Day 6

Pink Beach Rock – Batu Bolong – Dive Tatawa Kecil – Dive Siaba

  • Small breakfast
  • First dive pink beach Rock
  • Big breakfast
  • Second dive Batu Bolong
  • Lunch
  • Third Dive Tatawa kecil
  • Afternoon Snack
  • Four night dive Siaba Besar
  • Dinner
  • Overnight Siaba besar

Day 8

Penga Kecil – Bonsai Rock – Check Out

  • Small breakfast
  • First dive Penga Kecil
  • Big breakfast
  • Second dive Bonsai rock
  • Lunch during cruising to labuan Bajo
  • Debriefing by Boat leader
  • Guest and Crews pictures
  • Guest Out the boat drop to the Hotel/Airport


  • Local transfers in and out from Hotel / airport Labuan Bajo – Harbor
  • Free flow mineral water, coffee, and tea
  • Selected soft drinks
  • 3 x delightful meals per day (For overnight guests)
  • 2 x refreshments per day
  • Local tour (island hopping, land expedition)
  • Dive Master for diving program
  • Tank and belt for diving program
  • 3 x dives per day for the diving  program


  • Entrance fee of Taman Nasional Komodo (Komodo National Park
  • Guide/Ranger fee for Komodo National Park
  • Dive equipment
  • Retribution fee from local government
  • Crew gratuities