© Aex Lindbloom
Komodo is one of Indonesia's most famous diving destinations. The Komodo National Park is one of the most diverse and rich marine environments in the world, with over 1,000 species of fish and 250 species of corals.
WHY WE LOVE DIVING KOMODO
Big fish - tuna, giant travally, barracuda, sharks and mantas
All kinds of macro life - rare nudibranchs, pygmy seahorse
The Komodo dragons of Komodo Island or Rinca Island
Komodo is an exiting and can be a challenging place to dive. In addition to the diverse marine habitat, Komodo provides a full range of diving conditions. You can experience current dives, gentle drift dives, walls and reefs full of colour, caves and swim-throughs, seamounts and pinnacles, black and white sand slopes, and an underwater photographers favourite - muck dives. Large pelagic fish, manta rays, over a dozen species of cetaceans, dugongs, green and hawksbill turtles and so much more is waiting to be discovered.
Winter average of 26°C / 79°F
Summer average of 25°C / 77°F
Rainy season December to February
Flights from LONDON
via JAKARTA and BALI
GMT + 8 hours
We've found that the best time to visit Komodo to insure marine life sightings is July through October.
23° to 28°C / 73 to 82°F average
10 to 35m+ / 30 to 115ft+