The water conditions in the Komodo Islands are some of the most exotic in the Indonesian archipelago. They are notorious for having strong currents that are challenging for even the most seasoned divers. In fact, some dive sites in the Komodo Islands require you to have a minimal of Divemaster Certification to be able to safely explore the waters.
So, why should you organize a dive trip in Komodo National Park?
World class dive sites
Komodo is home to some of the best dive sites in the world. One dive site, in particular, Batu Bolong, has been consistently regarded as one of the best dive sites in the world. And that’s just one, there are a total of up to 30 different dive sites scattered across the vicinity of the Komodo National. Divers can maximize the number of diving spots they visit. It is by far the most popular option for diving enthusiasts who want to explore the waters of Komodo National Park.
Known for its frequent sightings of Manta Rays – this site offers divers the opportunity to swim with these gentle giants. Coupled with the excellent visibility in this dive site, it makes for a truly memorable experience.
A world-famous dive site that is listed as one of the best dive sites in the world, Batu Bolong is often referred to by divers as an underwater aquarium due to the sheer amount of diverse marine life encountered here. This site is also known for its healthy reef system, along with the coral critters that thrive there.
Aqura Dive trip will ensure you explore the most beautiful dive sites in Komodo National Park. There’s a reason it’s so popular with divers!
Planning your next dive trip? Contact us at Aqura Dive and we’ll help you on your way!