Komodo island, part of the Lesser Sunda chain of Indonesian islands, is the rugged habitat of the 3m-long Komodo dragon monitor lizard. Komodo National Park covers the entire region and contains more than 4,000 dragons, as well as rusty-red volcanic hills, savannah and forests. Its surrounding waters of seagrass beds, mangrove shrublands and coral reefs are famous for diving.
Komodo is a great chance to enjoy all your favorite types of diving styles. Experience everything from exhilarating drift dives to treasure-hunting muck dive, shallow reefs to deep water sea mounts, coral gardens and fantastic wall dives to pinnacles and open ocean dives. Meet creatures great and small, from manta and mola to pygmies and nudis.
Although there is diving year-round in Komodo, the best period is considered to be April through November.