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1 Day Leisure Dives (2 Dives)

By Flores XP

Overview

1 day
Group trip
Price: USD$101.82 IDR1.427.965,92 per person
For certified divers who would like to enjoy the underwater world of Komodo through a day of three dives. The dive sites change on a regular basis and are usually scheduled a week to two weeks in advance. Please let us know if you have any requests.
  • Lunch and snacks
  • Coffee and Water
  • 2 Guided dives
  • Komodo National Park Fee
Same Price as What You’d Find Locally
Free Date Change ~ 3 Days Before
Community-Based Guides
Low Carbon Footprint
Always Available to Chat
Guaranteed Trip Even with 1 Guest

Meet your guide

Flores XP

Flores XP Adventure is a European-Managed adventure company, based in Labuan Bajo, specializing in unique and original adventure tours in Komodo National Park. Flores XP offers fully serviced camping and adventure tours, with tasty food and total comfort for our guests.
6 years experience
Fluent English, Bahasa

Availability

Trips available daily
Dec 20
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Dec 22
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Dec 23
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If you require an earlier date, please request to book.

Itinerary

Please note that this is a sample itinerary and may be subject to change depending on weather conditions.
Day 1: Labuan Bajo to Komodo National Park (Sebayur - Siaba - Tatawa)

  • 7:00 AM Meet at office
  • 8:00 AM Depart for the National Park
  • 9:30 AM First Dive
  • 10:30 AM Surface Interval
  • 11:30 AM Second Dive
  • 12:30 PM Lunch
  • 2:00PM Relax
  • 3:30PM Head back to Labuan Bajo
  • 5:00PM Return to Labuan Bajo

Transport

Meeting details
07:00AM
Florex XP Adventure Office

What others are saying

4.9 out of 40 helpful reviews
paristosydney, Sydney
about 1 month ago on TripAdvisor
My sisters, brother-in-law, nephews & niece and I went on this as a private tour with Mikel as our guide & it was an amazing trip! Mikel was an excellent guide - very helpful & generous with his knowledge of birds and fish & the local area & life, was great at helping with the kids when they were snorkelling or playing on the beach. He even played games in the evening with us & had a few laughs so we were very lucky to have him with us. The other crew were also great - helpful, friendly, cooked great food & guided us through snorkelling from time to time. The islands themselves were of course amazing - swimming with turtles and manta rays are experiences I'll never forget, and the Komodo dragons of course! The boat itself - sure the rooms were small but I'd expected that so just be prepared. They are pretty much a wooden space for you to sleep only - don't expect to be able to open your bag full so just keep a small bag handy with the clothes you're going to wear on the boat - you'll be in your swimming costume most of the time anyway! the air-conditioning in the room didn't last all night, but was enough to get us to sleep. The bathroom - pretty clean for a boat, but yes basic as you can expect (so girls, don't expect to shampoo your hair on this trip! there's not enough water, let alone water pressure. Just accept the salty beach waves look for a few days!). The rooftop is great space for sunning, watching the world go by as you sail through the Indonesian waters. We spent a lot of time up there drying off, reading, sleeping, lazing, playing charades! I highly recommend this company, Mikel & the tour - once in a lifetime experience!
Jumalis, Singapore
about 1 month ago on TripAdvisor
We would like to see the mantas in their natural surroundings and boy were we thrilled to see about 20 of them at Manta Point. We set out from Labuan Bajo with little expectations having gone for many eco tourism tours from Seattle to Malaysia. This trip, though no promise was made, we get to see what the brochures listed and more. We swam with the turtles, saw reef sharks, witnessed the stingray hid itself and marvelled at the beautiful corals in Makassar Reef. Having said that, the trip to the Komodo Island was disappointing as we only saw "domesticated" Komodos, 4 of them, near the restaurant. The tour guide from the park office was poor. I think Rinca will be a better place to see the Komodos among the villagers. This can be a change in the itinerary. On Padar, we witnessed the sunset over a beautiful landscape. We slept the night on board near the bay. The itinerary should include watching the Sunrise from the same peak spot and I supposed the view and photography will be more beautiful as they can include the bay where the ships were anchored. We were on board a large ship with a very comfortable room for 4. We had great room mates to add to the experience. The food was nice but could be better if they are warm. Drinking water is adequate and the supplemented by beer and sodas for a small change. The experience could be as stated if not for the captain who has local knowledge and always brought us to the right spots and at the right times. I dared say, we spotted the Mantas first among many others. The Dive Master Paul was always accommodating but strict enough to keep us in check. I recommend Flores XP for those who want to have these experience.
Dahabian2002
about 2 months ago on TripAdvisor
We were a party of 5 adults and 2 kids. And booked to stay at XP pirates Flores during September, so near the end of the season. It didn’t disappoint. The staff offered to babysit my daughters (age 3&8) while my friends and I dived over 7 days. As a consequence we had our own private dive guide and also boat...which let us stop and change dive sites depending on conditions and when we did the tours we could stop whereever we wanted to see mantas flying out of the water, dolphins, sharks and turtles. We stayed in the dorm and this is ideal as a family. It’s a hike to get there but it’s relatively newly built and has shared bathroom below. Lucky for us, except for one night we had it to ourselves. The only issue is water has to brought onto the island so by the time it reached our rooms there was no water, but no issue to walk down and use the communal showers. Food was fine and it changed everyday. At the end, the highlight was going back to labuanbago on their brand new catamaran which will be used as a snorkelling and tour boat. Fast and simply luxurious. The first one in Komodo’s I think. The staff were attentive and took care of my kids, the place was clean, the diving excellent and so many species. We will be back.
James_2015a, UK
about 2 months ago on TripAdvisor
We did the 3 day, 2 night tour. Almost every part of this trip was fantastic. We were met at the office by a really friendly lady who stored any extra luggage and then took us down to the dock. She helped us navigate buying our permits from the government office (taxes, not related to the tour) and then got us all onto the boat to meet our guides. The guides were great. They were really friendly and approachable. They updated us very often on our itinerary and the places we would be visiting and were always happy to answer questions and help us out. We had a few young children on our tour and the entire crew were absolutely fantastic at entertaining them and watching out for their safety. The boat itself was nice. Obviously space is limited so it isn't going to be the same as a hotel room on land, but it was comfortable and clean and the crew did their absolute best to make the whole experience pleasant for us. There is a lot of unavoidable background noise from the engines and generator, so I'd advise bringing earplugs if you're a light sleeper. The itinerary was perfectly paced. We saw loads of interesting things, had plenty of time for snorkelling and diving without feeling like we were being rushed, but also had lots of down time in between visits to enjoy the sun and chat to our group. The food onboard was great. There was a huge amount of it (I don't think we ever made it more than 2/3 of the way through a meal) and a large variety of dishes that also catered to the vegetarians in our group. The quality was great, particularly of the fresh fish dishes. One suggestion would be to include knives with the cutlery as trying to cut chicken with a spoon is a little tricky! The second night we stayed at the pirate camp. To be honest, I would have preferred to stay on the boat. The camp is very basic, with electricity only at certain times and shared toilets / showers. The kitchen seemed a bit overwhelmed by the number of guests as the food tasted like it had been rushed and they ran out at both dinner and breakfast. When we finally arrived back at the port, we were met by the same lady who took us back to the office. She kept our bags for us whilst we went and had dinner and then offered to arrange transport for everyone who needed it. She even rang round to try and find hotels for some of our group who hadn't planned their last night's acommodation. Excellent service. My least favourite part of the trip was actually the komodo dragon hike. I think the problem was that our guides made being on the water and snorkelling so much fun that, by comparison, the land hike (run by government rangers) felt quite short and dull by comparison. Perhaps our guides could give them some tips? Overall an absolutely wonderful experience. We were a little unsure about travelling all the way to Komodo and giving up 5 days of our holiday (2 travel days, 3 tour days) for it but it was 100% worth it! At the end, I wished the trip had been longer and I would happilly sign up to do it all over again. Recommended!
pitalice, China
about 2 months ago on TripAdvisor
We would like to see the mantas in their natural surroundings and boy were we thrilled to see about 20 of them at Manta Point. We set out from Labuan Bajo with little expectations having gone for many eco tourism tours from Seattle to Malaysia. This trip, though no promise was made, we get to see what the brochures listed and more. We swam with the turtles, saw reef sharks, witnessed the stingray hid itself and marvelled at the beautiful corals in Makassar Reef. Having said that, the trip to the Komodo Island was disappointing as we only saw "domesticated" Komodos, 4 of them, near the restaurant. The tour guide from the park office was poor. I think Rinca will be a better place to see the Komodos among the villagers. This can be a change in the itinerary. On Padar, we witnessed the sunset over a beautiful landscape. We slept the night on board near the bay. The itinerary should include watching the Sunrise from the same peak spot and I supposed the view and photography will be more beautiful as they can include the bay where the ships were anchored. We were on board a large ship with a very comfortable room for 4. We had great room mates to add to the experience. The food was nice but could be better if they are warm. Drinking water is adequate and the supplemented by beer and sodas for a small change. The experience could be as stated if not for the captain who has local knowledge and always brought us to the right spots and at the right times. I dared say, we spotted the Mantas first among many others. The Dive Master Paul was always accommodating but strict enough to keep us in check. I recommend Flores XP for those who want to have these experience.

Other Things to Know

Cancellation and Exchange Policy
Flexible cancellation policy
You can be fully refunded for cancellations at least 7 days before the adventure start date. Other cancellations will not be refunded.
Flexible Date Policy
You can change your trip date once for free up to 3 days before your trip. Any date change will be subject to availability, and will not count as a cancellation.
Packing list for the trip
Rash guard
Reef friendly sunscreen
Swimming wear
Towel

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