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Komodo 2020


 
  • Departs: October 7th, 2020
  • Returns: October 20th, 2020

About the Komodo Islands – Arenui Liveaboard – October 2020 Trip

Komodo’s underwater world is synonymous with diversity.

This region features an extremely rich biodiversity born of a land of contrasts: from warm waters and tropical species, to cooler currents with temperate ocean life. Offering such a diverse range of dive sites and special features, it’s no surprise the Komodo National Park was awarded ‘New 7 Wonder of Nature’ status in 2011.

For divers, Komodo is a great chance to enjoy all your favorite types of diving styles. Pack your log-book with everything from exhilarating drift dives, to treasure-hunting muck dives…. 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. All this, while sailing through a stunning island landscape.

* Fuel charges, taxes, increases in air fare and permits are not under our control. We do our best to anticipate these costs in advance, but we respectfully advise that prices can change based on market fluctuation.

Komodo Islands – Arenui Liveaboard – October 2020 Room Options

  • Master Suite

    • Deluxe Cabin

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      Komodo Islands – Arenui Liveaboard – October 2020 Trip Amenities

      • Airport Transfers
      • Breakfast Included
      • Diving Included

      Komodo Islands – Arenui Liveaboard – October 2020 Trip Pricing

        Deposit: $1,000 per person

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