“Occupying a unique position at the junction of the Australian and Asian submarine ridges, between the two distinct fauna regions marked by the Wallace Line, here [Komodo National Park] is one of the world’s most dynamic marine environments with nearly every species of coral and tropical fish represented.” – Indonesia Tourism.com, official webpage.
This sentence says it pretty much all. We can only add to this “Yes, it’s absolutely true!” Of course, we could also add that it is one of the richest marine environments; that Komodo’s dive sites are superlative; that Komodo’s currents bring lots of big fish; that it is home to more than 1,000 species of fish and we could go on and on.
You probably will be happy to know that you can dive in Komodo the whole year around; yet bear in mind, there is rainy season between December and March thus the visibility could drop. However, the chances to see manta rays increase.
And don’t worry if you are not a diver. First, you can always try scuba diving and become a diver while enjoying your training of Open Water Diver in the best waters of the world. Second, you can also enjoy snorkeling in many places in and around Komodo National Park.
We offer different day tours for divers and snorkelers. We can set your tour according to your wishes and combine diving and/or snorkeling with a trekking tour on the Rinca Island where you will encounter the famous Komodo Dragons.
Give us a call, send us an e-mail.
We are looking forward to hearing from you.