Komodo National Park, located in the center of the Indonesian archipelago, between the islands of Sumbawa and Flores, is composed of three major islands (Rinca, Komodo, and Padar) and numerous smaller ones, all of them of volcanic origin. Located at the juncture of two continental plates, this national park constitutes the “shatter belt” within the Wallacea Biogeographical Region, between the Australian and Sunda ecosystems. The property is identified as a global conservation priority area, comprising unparalleled terrestrial and marine ecosystems and covers a total area of 219,322 ha. The dry climate has triggered specific evolutionary adaptation within the terrestrial flora that range from open grass-woodland savanna to tropical deciduous (monsoon) forest and quasi cloud forest. The rugged hillsides and dry vegetation highly contrast with the sandy beaches and the blue coral-rich waters. 17 dives are planned during the trip.
Wainily – Bonsai – Dragons Excursion
Our crew and cruise team welcome you aboard. Following refreshments and a short tour with boat briefing, your safety on board and intended plans for the voyage, we will be setting up the diving equipment and checking you in to your cabins.
You will enjoy your first dive in Wainily and your second dive in Bonsai to discover the marine life treasure. After we propose you a trekking on a komodo National Park to see the dragons.
Three sisters – Tanjung – Manta Alley
This morning you will enjoy the first diving of the day at Three Sisters the perfect diving spot to admire turtle, manta Barracuda and many others fish. Then we offer you a dive at Tanjung.
In the afternoon we are going to swim with Manta at Manta alley, an incredible experience.
German Flag – Tata Island – Mawan
Enjoy two dives at German Flag and Tata Island. Then we are sailing to Mawan, trying to meet the manta rays again.
After a final feed and a slow cruise back to Labuan Bajo, the last exchange of photos and memories.
The crew and Blue Ring will say their fond farewells and escort you to the harbor side for drop off.
The route and dives are always organized according to the weather conditions, the currents and tides.