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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Is Komodo National Park closed due to COVID-19?
Komodo National Park has reopened for domestic travelers (including foreigners living in Indonesia) as of 16 August 2020. All passengers wishing to board a boat trip in Komodo National Park will need to present the results of a rapid tests as well as a health certificate.
Majority of dive operators have not yet restarted operations and many who have are operating on a private basis only. Many of the Komodo National Park islands limit the number of daily visitors.
We are continuing to monitor the situation and will provide immediate updates if anything changes!