As a destination comprised of more than twenty islands stretched in the Flores Sea and dozens of dive sites sites, liveaboard boat trip is surely popular in Komodo. In fact, liveaboard sailing is the most prominent way of travel in Komodo after speed boats. The latter is the main options for people who can’t stomach the sea and prefer to stay at Labuan Bajo, making a round trip whenever they like it. But for divers, Komodo diving liveaboard is an obvious choice. Diving liveaboard gives divers latitude to explore every corner of Komodo’s underwater down to the remotest sites.
The length of Komodo diving liveaboard trip could start from three days to ten days long. However, seven days of dive trip seems to generally be diver’s favourite—and that’s for solid reasons. Here is why.
See More Dive Sites than Divers Generally Seen
With seven days of sailing in your hand, you have at least six active day to dive the underwater. That means you have more time to explore more dive sites—even to the lesser known one. To compare, three days of Komodo diving liveaboard sailing trip usually allows you to have 7 to 10 dives if your exclusively diving in the trip, or 5 – 7 dives if you combine it with dragon visit, island excursion, and beach play. In a week of dive trip, you can visit as much as twenty dive sites—including the famous Manta Point, Batu Bolong, Rock Castle, to the more remote such as Lighthouse, The Passage, or GPS Point.
Get the Best of Dive with Komodo Diving Liveaboard
Komodo diving liveaboard doesn’t only give you wider chance for underwater exploration, but also give you the benefit of coming earlier to the dive site. In the morning when you are still fast asleep, the boat has started their way to the first destination of the day. This means you can get to the site before the day trippers start flowing in.
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In three days sailing trip, you might need to give up on island excursions or be willing to have your dive time cut into half to incorporate island excursion to the trip. But if you are sailing for a week, you have plenty of rooms for island exclusion and diving—and still have the best of both worlds!
Get Pampered Longer in Komodo Diving Liveaboard
Getting into liveaboard diving Komodo means embarking on easy life. Living life without burden of works, social judgment, and other worries. The only things you need to be worried of is whether you can conduct correct diving technique and etiquette underwater—and whether you will see the dolphins today. Life in diving liveaboard is so relaxing. You have all your meals cooked, your dive gears prepared, and yourself pampered. On times you are not busy diving with the fishes or trekking the hills, your life would consist of chilling on lounges, kayaking, or get whole body massage on board. Such a life indeed!