Dive Sites

Some of the best dive sites – Batu Bolong & Tatawa Kecil – are situated in the middle of straight between Komodo and Rinca and are thus exposed to the strongest currents in the National Park. thanks to the sheer volume of nutrient-rich water passing over these reefs ever day, the life found on these pinnacles is second to none. The safe window to dive these sites can be very short and larger dive operators therefore opt out. With just one small group to manage and ample time, we on the other hand, can offer these sites almost every trip.

Perhaps the most impressive feature of Komodo National Park’s underwater paradise is simply the sheer number of fish on offer. Dive sites like Castle Rock, Crystal Bommie and The Golden Passage boast some of the largest schools of fusiliers, surgeonfish, giant trevally and reef sharks in Indonesia Current Junkies enters these dive sites with absolute precision in both drop point location and timing to allow you to experience the amazing bait balling and hunting action that these dive sites have become so famous for as a small group, we can be engulfed in the action instead of seeing it from a distance.

One of the reasons Komodo National Park has become so famous is its healthy population of manta rays. Several dive sites, including Manta Alley, Karang Makassar and The Cauldron, provide regular manta ray sightings, sometimes offering up to 30 Mantas in one dive. Komodo is the perfect place to get up close and personal with these incredible majestic creatures.

 

As well as all the big fish action on offer in the Komodo National Park, there is also some amazing macro life available. Dive sites such as Waenilu, Siaba Besar and Cannibal Rock provide some of the best critter diving around: Pygmy Seahorses, Frog Fish, Shrimps, Nudibranches, Flat Worms, Scorpion Fish, Dragonets, Octopus and much more.

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