LIVEABOARD TRIP IN KOMODO NATIONAL PARK

 

 

The national park was founded in 1980 to protect the Komodo dragon, the world's largest lizard. Komodo National Park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has been selected as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. Komodo National Park has it all for both the divers or island excursions lovers. The park includes the three larger islands, those are Komodo, Padar and Rinca, as well as the other 26 smaller ones where you can go trekking and enjoying the most magical sundown moment. This place is also a part of the Coral Triangle, which contains some of the richest marine biodiversity on Earth, makes it the most favourite spot for divers all around the world.

 

LIVEABOARD & DIVE IN KOMODO ISLANDS

Indonesia’s Komodo National Park is a glorious realm of translucent seas, glittering reefs, and lush volcano-islands. It’s one of the top snorkeling and diving spots on the planet, with a festival of marine life, from giant trevallies, groupers, and sweetlips to schools of tiny iridescent anthias. Drift snorkels bring you above exquisite coral gardens and to seamounts patrolled by rays and hawksbill turtles. See itineraries

LIVEABOARD & KOMODO SIGHTSEEING

Imagine that you are surrounded by the green savannah mountains with the crystal clear water around, makes it a great destination for a sightseeing in the world. Not only you can see the original habitat of Komodo dragon, but you can also to go trekking and enjoy the unbeatable beauty of Komodo Islands. See Itineraries