|Komodo, Indonesia aboard the Indo Siren - July 2025
Start Date: July 30th, 2025
End Date: August 9th, 2025
Trip accommodation: Deluxe cabin: $5200.00 per-person
Airfare, taxes, park fees, and optional Nitrox are not included
This trip includes:
Dive with us as we explore the exhilarating underwater sights of the Komodo Islands! 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 Program 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.
The park and surrounding area boasts one of the world’s richest marine environments, with over 260 species of reef building coral, 70 species of sponge, marine worms, mollusks, echinoderms, crustaceans, over 1,000 species of cartilaginous and bony fish, marine reptiles, and marine mammals. Some notable marine species on this 10 night liveaboard itinerary include pygmy seahorses, anglerfish, nudibranchs, manta rays, dolphins, Napoleon wrasse and groupers.
As no visit to Komodo National Park would be complete without encountering the world-famous Komodo Dragons, our 10 night Komodo liveaboard itinerary also includes a land visit to observe these giant lizards in their natural habitat.
On a typical day we can expect up to 4 day dives or 3 day dives and a fourth sunset or night dive. The diving day is scheduled as follows:
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!
From our friends at Master Liveaboards:
1. Dive gloves and reef hooks are not permitted within the National Park boundaries.
2. Drone use requires a permit to be obtained in advance, and is prohibited in some areas