Located 200 nautical miles east of Bali, the Komodo National Park is nestled between the large island of Sumbawa and Flores in Indonesia, all of which are part of the Lesser Sunda Islands. Accepted under the UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Programme in January 1977, and officially declared a World Heritage Site in 1991, Komodo National Park encompasses 132,000 hectares of marine waters making it one of the largest protected zones in the world. Komodo is best known for mantas, muck diving and of course its world famous dragons. Watch the mantas feed on plankton in the fast paced currents, or a variety of reef sharks patrolling the pinnacles and reefs. including tasselled wobbegong and epaulette walking sharks.
Komodo National Park, Indonesia
Embarkation: Labuan Bajo Harbour from 12:00 - 18:00
Disembarkation: Labuan Bajo Harbour at 10:00
Friday 27 Jun - Friday 04 Jul 2025
7 nights 6 dive days
3,640 USD per person
The Indo Siren liveaboard
Launched in April 2011, the 40m Indo Siren liveaboard was built on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi and is handcrafted from ironwood and teak (traditional to the area). You will find no other diving liveaboard as beautiful in Indonesian waters and, being built by divers for divers, you can be rest assured that every need has been thought of and addressed.
With a maximum of 16 guests there is ample space to relax. The 8 guest cabins consist of 2 fixed doubles, 4 fixed twins and 2 flexible twin/doubles, all with air-conditioning and private ensuite bathrooms with hot water. Each cabin is also equipped with an essential oil diffuser/ humidifier; we use lemon or lavender essential oil in them but, you are welcome to bring your own if you would prefer some other fragrance.
Premium Twin Cabin
The 6 spacious twin bed cabins, of which 2 can be converted to doubles, offer individually controlled air-conditioning, plenty of storage room and private en-suite bathrooms with hot water.
Premium Double Cabin
The 2 spacious double cabins located at the bow offer individually controlled air-conditioning units, plenty of storage room and private en-suite bathrooms with hot water.
Day 1: Embarkation from 13:00
Days 2-6: Up to 4 dives a day, scheduled as follows
- Light Breakfast followed by a briefing & dive 1
- Full Breakfast, relaxation followed by briefing & dive 2
- Lunch, relaxation followed by briefing & dive 3
- Snacks and relaxation
- Briefing for Sunset or Night dive
Day 7: Up to 2 dives
Day 8: Disembarkation no later than 10:00
- Transfer between Labuan Bajo Airport or local hotel and embarkation / disembarkation point.
- 7 nights full board accommodation based on double occupancy
- Breakfast, lunch, dinners and snacks
- Unlimited drinking water, tea, coffee, fruit juice & soft drinks
- Up to 4 dives per day
- 11 litre (AL80) cylinder with air fills
- Weights, weight belt and SMB
- Guided tour on Komodo Island
- Diving and travel insurance are mandatory for all guests
- Marine, park and port fees : 180 USD per trip
- Fuel Surcharge 105 USD
Alcoholic beverages, Nitrox, Laundry, Massage, Crew gratuities, Equipment rental
All surcharges, including marine, park and port fees, are subject to change at any time, and without notice. The applicable marine park fees for your itinerary will be added to your onboard extras to be paid on the boat before disembarkation.
Equipment Rental for 7 nights
Full equipment set 180 USD
Full equipment set includes: Wetsuit, BCD, Regulators, Mask, Snorkel, Boots, Fins, Weight belt, DSMB & reel only. Additional charges apply for dive computer and torch. All equipment must be pre-booked to ensure availability and correct sizes, etc. are on board.
BCD 72 USD, Regulator 72 USD, Mask 30 USD, Fins 30 USD, Boots 30 USD, Hood 18 USD, Wetsuit 60 USD, Dive Computer 36 USD, UW Torch/ Flashlight 36 USD, 13L (100 cuft) cylinder 30 USD
Rainbow-Scuba in our 20th Anniversary Year
We last visited Komodo National Park in 2010 and it is definitely amount the top 5 dive destinations of the 30 trips we have made in the last 20 years. Pictures from our last trip here