A few things to know before planning your trip to Komodo.

When planning a Dive Liveaboard in Komodo, you first have to consider your trip duration.

If you only have a few days (
3 days) Central Komodo will be your only option 
(Rinca Island, Gili Lawa Darat, Sebayur islands), it could seems short but if it's your first time joining a Komodo Diving Liveaboard, you will have a good idea about what makes Komodo a dream destination.

If you have between 4 to 8 days allocated to your Dive cruise in Komodo you have two options depending the season:

From January to March
you can join a Central & South Komodo cruise (Sebayur islands, Komodo Strait, Makassar Reef, Padar Island, South Rinca, Gili Lawa Darat, North Rinca) most of the Best dive sites in Komodo are located in the southern area of the Komodo National Park.

From April to December
you can join a Central & North Komodo Dive cruise, the Northern part of Komodo National Park offers some great dive sites as well, such as Batu Bolong, Makassar Reef or Castle Rock, you will sail toward Sebayur islands, Gili Lawa Darat, Padar Island, Rinca Island, so be ready to be blown away by landscapes and Seascapes.

If you are planning a longer trip, you can combine two of the most famous destination for Divers in South-East Asia: 
Bali and Komodo, two of the brightest gems of Indonesia, and those paradise are separated by a short 75 to 90 minutes flight or for the most adventurous you can even sail from Gili's Islands to Komodo for an even more exclusive experience.
For more details about our Scuba Diving Safari in Bali you can have a look to our
Bali Safari page.

Don't forget, if you're planning this trip with your family or fellows we can easily arrange a
Full Charter option for you, as well as a longer trip, we are here to create the cruise of your dreams.

Dive Site Komodo Castle Rock

Meet the Komodo Dragons & dive in Komodo National Park

Diving Cruise KOMODO | 8 Days / 7 Nights

Cruise through Komodo archipelago, 
Labuan Bajo to Labuan Bajo 
Departures 2022:
12th May
- 1st & 31st July
- 20th & 31st Aug
- 8th Sept

Departures 2023:
11th May
1st & 31st July
10th, 20th & 31st Aug

325$ per day instead of 360$
Total 2596$/person FULL BOARD

Up to 4 dives/day

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Map Cruise Komodo 8 Days 7 Nights

Day 1 : Embarkation in Labuan Bajo

We will pick you up at the airport or your hotel and welcome you on board with drinks. After the safety and boat briefings we will show you to your cabin and let you settle down and unpack. We will have an afternoon and night dive in Sabolan.

Day 2 : Sebayor, Tatawa & Gili Lawa Darat

We will spend the day on the northern part of the park. The dive sites offer a wide range of hard corals and colorful soft corals. We will go for 3 dives today.

Day 3 : North Komodo

The renown Crystal Rock, Castle Rock and Shotgun dive sites will provide you with an action packed day with current and marine life with schools of fish and sharks.

Day 4 : Central Komodo, Dragons & Pink Beach

We will have 2 dives in Central Komodo in the morning at either Tatawa Kecil or Batu Bolong and Karang Makassar. In the afternoon, we will go to Loh Liang ranger station to see the famous Komodo dragons and finish the day on the Pink Beach.

Day 5 : Manta Alley & Nusa Kode

We now enter the South part of the park with a completely different landscape. The water is also cooler but very rich in marine life. In the morning we will dive at Manta alley where we often see trails of mantas. In the afternoon we will head to Nusa Kode at the south of Rinca Island where we can admire the colorful reef and critters. We can also observe wildlife above the water with wild boars, deer, sea eagles and Komodo dragons

Day 6 : Nusa Kode & Padar

We will stay in Nusa Kode in the morning and will spend the afternoon in Padar. After the 3rd dive, we will go trekking to enjoy one of the most famous views of Komodo.

Day 7 : Siaba, Mauwan & Kalong

We will have 2 dives in the morning back in central Komodo where you can be surrounded by turtles and maybe more mantas. We will spend our last beautiful sunset watching bats flying off Kalong Island.

Day 8 : Back to Labuan Bajo

We will arrive early morning, we will have nice breakfast onboard, enjoy the last moments together and we will take you to the airport or your hotel after check-out. You will leave the cruise with your head full of unforgettable memories.

* Please note that the itinerary and services mentioned above are subject to be changed if force majeure, unforeseen or unavoidable circumstances require the captain or the crew to do so. However, we will always do our best to stick to this program.

Komodo National Park and Komodo Dragons

Komodo National Park is home of the remarkable Komodo Dragon, the world’s largest lizard. This park was originally established by the Indonesian government to protect these animals, which are only found on these islands. This resulted in Komodo National Park being inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991. The park has also dedicated to protect other species, including marine and other terrestrial species.

Most of the visitors who come to Komodo National Park, come to catch a glimpse of the world’s largest lizard or to dive in one of the more 50 world-class dive sites that have listed the park in one of the top dive destinations of the world. The park has a spectacular biodiversity, healthy and colorful coral gardens surrounding the islands.

Komodo dragon in Komodo National Park

Stunning Landscapes and Sceneries

While visiting Komodo you will witness some of the most beautiful and unique view points and sceneries in South-East Asia. For some of them you will have to do some trekking but the reward once on the top worth the "effort", Padar Island offers the iconic Komodo's landscape. Rinca Island offers some impressive view points with Komodo Dragons as Guest star. For those who are keen to chill on a paradise beach, Komodo Island offers you Pink Beach, as the name suggests the sand tend to pink color due to tiny little red pigments created by Foraminifera on coral reefs. What about Kalong Island and its thousands Flying foxes / Giant fruit bats flying above the Island at sunset.

Pulau Padar Komodo Best Landscape

Impressive Biodiversity

The park’s spectacular underwater biodiversity, has long been considered as one of the best places for diving and snorkeling within the Coral Triangle. There are more than 50 world-class dive sites. No wonder why Komodo National Park is a marine lover’s paradise. It has a healthy and colorful coral gardens, surrounding the islands. With a marine area that constitutes 67% of the Park’s area, Komodo National Park waters provide a safe environment for 260 species of reef building coral and 70 varieties of sponges.  It is home to marine mammals: there are 6 types of wales and 10 types of dolphins. There are various types of sharks including hammerhead sharks and grey reef sharks. You can also find large pelagic creatures such as manta rays and eagle rays. There are more than 1,000 species of tropical fish along with mollusks, crustaceans, and invertebrates round out the amazing underwater bio-diversity in the park.

Manta ray at the cleaning station Makassar Reef Komodo

Komodo Best Dive Sites

When thinking about diving in Komodo National Park, you will imagine amazing dives sites with a marine life that couldn’t be described by words… and you wouldn’t be wrong! This Park, one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature, has it all! 

Komodo has all you can imagine, with plenty of dive sites that will blow your mind. There are over 50 world class dive sites in Komodo National Park, each one of them with their own features, so whatever your choices are or if you want to be surprised, be sure you will end each dive with a smile on your face. Given the quality of each dive site, it is not easy to choose the best ones, however this is our list of the sites you shouldn’t miss while visiting the park: Batu Bolong, Tatawa Kecil, Manta Alley, Makassar Reef, Castle Rock, The Cauldron, Yellow Wall, Crystal Rock...

As you can see, Komodo National Park has an enormous diversity, for every taste and every level, so don’t wait any longer and come and join us and enjoy this one in life time experience!

Giant Trevally Komodo Diving


Either your looking for a private charter, or to live an adventure on the sea while discovering new lanscapes & meeting new peoples, We can help you make your dream come true.


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We choose to work with people we know for years, all offering a high quality service on perfectly maintained Phinisi.

All boats, Cabins & on-board furniture's have an authentic and sophisticated design, made with quality materials.

Spacious and Comfortable
shared space, Lounge, Sun Deck, Restaurant will grant you a maximum comfort.

You will also enjoy free access to kayaks and stand-up paddles (SUP) if you wish to explore the surrounding.
Then it's up to you to chose if you want to enjoy a stunning sunset from the lounge with a fresh drink or from the SUP in the middle of pristine water.

One of the most, if not the most important part of your cruise, The Crew. They all are experienced, they know when to be discreet and how to treat you well.

Another important part of your journey, the Food., you will enjoy some great dishes cooked with love by some skilled chef. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snacks, you will be delighted all day long. 

You can refer to the label on the boat description to have a quick overview about the class of the cruise.
 All cabins are equipped with Air conditioning and Private bathroom (ensuite). 
Comfort: All cabins are equipped with Air conditioning and some cabins may have shared bathroom (Max 2 cabins).