Komodo National Park is located about 200 nautical miles east of Bali was established in 1980 to protect the endangered Komodo Dragon. The park includes 3 major Island: Komodo, Rinca and Padar and marine waters of about 130,000ha. Komodo national park houses more then 1,000 species of fishes and 260 species of reef coral, with dugong, sharks, manta rays, whales, dolphins and sea turtle also making the list.
Looking for some great diving opportunities on your next visit to Bali? Here’s three great places to start as recommended by ScubaEarth users: USAT Liberty Wreck, Tulamben Bay With well over 200 logged dives on ScubaEarth, the Liberty Wreck proves to be a definite favourite amongst divers. Situated in Tulamben
Situated in the North-West corner of Lombok, the Gili Islands are a well-known site in Indonesia for diving and snorkeling. There are over 25 dive sites around the 3 atolls that make up this group. They are: Trawangan, Meno and Gili Air. With year round water temperatures of 28 degrees celcius,
Banda Sea is a sea in the Maluku Islands of Indonesia. It is connected to the Pacific Ocean and is surrounded by hundreds of islands. Best diving season at this region is between March to April and September to December. The best way to dive in Banda Sea is via Liveaboard.