- Try to arrive at Komodo airport in Labuan Bajo in the morning at around 9 am
- After your arrival, you will be picked up by a Moana crew member and transferred to the boat
- Alternatively, we will pick you up from you local hotel
- Transfer is included and only takes a few minutes
- The boat departs at 10 am
- The last dive of the trip will be at around 01.00 pm.
- Please make sure to wait at least 18 hours before flying after diving.
- On the last day, it arrives in the morning at around 10 am at the harbour
- Check out on the last day is around 8-9 am
- Length: 12 Days / 11 Nights (Approximately 40 dives)
This is our famous annual new year trip from Flores to Sulawesi. Fabulous entertainment above and below the water is guaranteed!
The Komodo National Park is made up of the Komodo Island as well as many small and medium-sized islands including Rinja, Padar, Tatawa and Sabayor. The water surrounding these islands abounds with marine life. Strong currents surge between the islands on a daily basis. These currents bring with them the rich nutrients vital to this thriving marine ecosystem.
Wakatobi is located at the world’s epicentre of coral reef biodiversity and since 1996 it is designated a UNESCO Marine Biosphere Reserve. Of course, this means that while diving at Wakatobi there is a great variety and diversity of marine life. You will not only see beautiful vistas, untouched virgin coral reefs, and large healthy soft corals, but also an abundance of colourful reef fish and rare and unusual cryptic ‘critters’. New and undocumented species continue to be discovered at Wakatobi year round. Wakatobi alone is said to have 942 fish species and 750 coral reef species making it a paradise for scuba divers, snorkelers and free divers.
Wakatobi is definitely one of the most interesting and relatively unexplored dive destinations left in the world.
Info About Diving In Komodo & Wakatobi
- Up to 3 guided dives per day are offered and with conditions permitting a self-guided night dive can be taken
- All of your dives will be guided by the knowledgeable and enthusiastic Divemaster
Water temperature & Wetsuit
- We recommend a full-length 5mm wetsuit. A full-length 3mm wetsuit will usually be OK for most Northern sites but for visiting the South a 5mm and hood are required
- Usually 24-28 Degrees Celcius in the north and 21 to 24 degrees C in the south. Visibility extends from 10 up to 30 metres. Usually clearer in the warmer northern waters
Weather & Sea Conditions
- Sea Conditions are usually very favourable. The Archipelago offers great protection from open ocean swells and many safe and calm anchorages
- Weather is also very favourable for most of the year