Wunderpus Diving Komodo Diver

Diving

Komodo offers some of the best diving on the planet, with marine diversity that is simply amazing! Beautiful coral reefs, pinnacles and seamounts with schools of pelagic fish and sharks and of course Manta…… Komodo has a very healthy Manta population and these magnificent creatures can be seen year round at some sites.

But Manta are really just the icing on the cake, Reef Sharks, Turtles, Tuna, Giant Trevally, Napoleon Wrasse and a host of other beautiful fish and amazing macro critters are all on show here. Occasionally we are also lucky enough to see Whaleshark, Dolphins and even pods of whales during dives or as we cruise from divesite to divesite.

Diving with Us

Komodo is becoming a busy diving destination and once you have seen below the surface its easy to see why more and more people are coming here. But this does mean that at times the best spots can get busy with daily diving boats from the mainland….but don’t worry ! We do our best to schedule dives at these sites outside the busiest periods and work hard to show you Komodo as it should be seen….We are also exploring new sites and have discovered some that we are happy to show you as long as you keep the secret…..

On every dive with us you will be accompanied by a guide who has minimum PADI Divemaster or Instructor certification at a ratio of maximum 4 guests to each guide.

Wunderpus Liveaboard Komodo Manta Ray and Divers

Currents and Safety

Komodo is amazing but can also be challenging with strong currents at many sites, but don’t let this worry you….our guides have lots of experience and know when the best and safest times to dive these sites are and these currents and conditions mean healthy coral and an abundance of marine life.

We take safety very seriously so every diver is issued with a safety light, surface marker and signalling device. Before every dive you will get a thorough briefing about the site, conditions and marine life.

Let us know if it has been a while since your last dive and we will schedule a more sedate dive with your instructor for your first dive so you can regain your confidence, refresh your skills and get any help or advice you need.