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Komodo National Park Diving

Komodo National Park is one of the best places in the world to dive, with intact coral reef, sharks, dolphins, turtles, and huge manta rays. Try to fit in a liveaboard if you can - not only will you get to maximise your dives, the liveaboards usually also include some trekking to see the Komodo dragons.
Labuan Bajo, Bali (Denpasar), Bima
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How do I get there?
The diving takes place in Komodo National Park, and the nearest airport is Komodo Domestic Airport, better known as Labuan Bajo Airport (LBJ) on Flores Island. You'll need to make your way to Labuan Bajo town and our guides will provide return water transfers from the harbour to the dive sites in Komodo National Park. If you're flying in from outside Indonesia, your best bet may be to fly into Bali, and then take a flight from Bali to LBJ (approximately 1-1.5 hours depending on airline). There are multiple daily flights from Bali to LBJ.
Do I need to go with a guide?
It's mandatory to dive with a divemaster in Komodo National Park to ensure the safety of all divers.
Do I need to train up?
There's no need to train up, though you should be confident in the water.  Although Komodo waters are known for their currents, there are many spots with varying difficulty levels and something can be found for divers of all levels (even complete beginners who are looking to obtain their Open Water certificaton).
What's the best time to go?
The best months to visit are January, August, November, December
We recommend the above period because you would have:
  • Better visibility
  • Better chance to spot animals
  • Good weather
Any tips for what to do in the area?
While you are staying in Labuan Bajo, you should make sure to go to the night market for amazingly fresh seafood. You can pick out your fish to be grilled or fried right there on the spot. Also stop by Catur'z Kopi Club for some good local coffee and Indonesian food. The staff here is incredibly helpful and sweet.
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