Komodo

[:en]INDONESIA’S eastern islands, known collectively as Nusa Tenggara, stretch from the western island of Lombok to Timor in the east. Here the region is markedly different from the rest of the country. The climate is drier and more evocative of Australia than of tropical Bali. Komodo, hilly and desolate, is sandwiched between Flores and Sumbawa islands and has only one village, Kampung Komodo, a Bugis fishing settlement on its eastern shore.

Dolphins are a common sight in the seas between Komodo and Flores and the area is also on a Whale migration route. The reefs offer good snorkelling and some of the best diving in Indonesia, especially with Manta Rays. Buffalo, Deer, Wild Pigs and Birdlife are all plentiful on land but the most remarkable attraction is its endangered monitor lizards, Varanus Komodoensis.[:]

Pindito
124f
length
8
cabin
16
guest

The only liveaboard dive boat operating in Raja Ampat with over 20 years of experience! In continuous operation since 1992 under owner Edi Frommenwiler, the MV Pindito's crew is unmatched ...

KM Blue Manta
45m
length
14
cabin
18-22
guest

  An experience of a lifetime awaits you onboard the magnificent Blue Manta. Stable, spacious and safe, the Blue Manta is fully equipped to take you on a fascinating diving ...

Indo Siren
40m
length
8
cabin
16
guest

The 40m S/Y Indo Siren cruises the diverse waters of Indonesia. This luxurious liveaboard was designed by divers for divers to provide superior ease and comfort. Aboard Indo Siren, scuba ...

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