Diving in Labuan Bajo (Komodo)
Dive with mantas, turtles and huge coral walls at the world's top dive sites
1 Day Dives at Komodo Fun dives at Komodo Islands for those who already have their diving certification!
Up to 15 guests
Up to 36 guests
Multi-Day Dive Trips in KomodoSee the best diving that Komodo has to offer with these dive packages
Up to 4 guests
Up to 10 guests
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Meet heartfelt hosts who have been handpicked by our team.
This shop is run by a friendly Belgian family that loves to share their passion for diving. Join them at their newfound home of Komodo and let them show you why they love Komodo. They also cook awesome food (including yummy Belgian waffles!), so that you're kept well-fed in between dives!
What Guests Say
I felt in safe hands. The whole experience was very organised. Matias was a great instructor explaining everything in a calm and comprehensive manner.
What are the best dive spots in Labuan Bajo?
Labuan Bajo offers several incredible dive spots, but the most popular ones include Batu Bolong, Tatawa Besar, Manta Point, and Crystal Rock. These sites are known for their vibrant coral reefs, diverse marine life, and thrilling encounters with manta rays and reef sharks.
What is the best time of the year for diving in Labuan Bajo?
The best time for diving in Labuan Bajo is from April to November, during the dry season. The visibility is excellent, and the water conditions are calm and warm. It is also the peak season for spotting manta rays and other migratory species. However, diving is possible year-round, and each season offers unique experiences.
Are there diving courses available in Labuan Bajo?
Yes, there are plenty of diving courses available in Labuan Bajo catering to all levels of experience. Whether you are a beginner looking to get certified or an advanced diver wanting to enhance your skills, the dive centers in Labuan Bajo offer a range of courses taught by qualified instructors. You can choose from open water certifications, advanced courses, and even specialty courses like underwater photography or wreck diving.
What is the typical cost of a diving trip in Labuan Bajo?
The cost of a diving trip in Labuan Bajo can vary depending on various factors such as the duration of the trip, number of dives, equipment rental, and the chosen dive operator. On average, a single dive can cost around $40 to $70, while multi-day dive packages range from $400 to $800. It is recommended to compare prices and services offered by different dive operators before making a booking.
Is Labuan Bajo suitable for beginner divers?
Labuan Bajo is suitable for beginner divers as it offers a variety of dive sites suitable for all levels of experience. There are shallower reefs with gentle currents that provide an ideal learning environment for beginners. Additionally, the dive centers in Labuan Bajo have professional instructors who can guide and train beginners, ensuring a safe and enjoyable diving experience.
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