Pacific Fire Belt

The Komodo National Park is perhaps the most famous of all the Indonesian archipelago. Due to the currents that are generated between the narrow passages that communicate the Mar de Flores with the Indian Ocean, a high biodiversity is produced and also the proliferation of rarities such as the pejesapo or the appearance of endemic species that can only be observed here as the sea ​​appleThe bottoms are densely populated with fixed life, with great variety of underwater landscapes that go from dives that remember to the walls covered with soft corals of the Red Sea, to the reefs of cold water of the Sea of ​​the North. Due to the high degree of protection enjoyed by this National Park, it is also an area of ​​great abundance of fish, with thick schools of carangids, snorers and butterflies, as well as frequent encounters with reef sharks and manta rays.

Itinerario

Day 1: Flight to Bima
Overnight on board.

Day 2: Bima
Transfer to the boat upon arrival in Bima, welcome drink and accommodation. 2 dives in Bima bay: check dive in the afternoon in Bethlehem or Tanjung Batu Putih. 1 night dive.

Day 3: Sangiang
4 dives in the volcanic island of Sangiang. Bubble Reef (a beautiful coral garden at the foothills of a volcano, with bubbles of the underwater vents emerging from the black sand), and critter diving in black sand in Critter Creek, Pohon Merah and Bontoh.

Day 4: Gili Lawa
4 dives in Gili Lawa. Action dives in UW mounts like Castle Rock and Crystal Bommie, covered in soft coral and packed with schools and pelagics. Also the Lighthouse, Shotgun…

Day 5: Straits between Komodo and Rinca
3 day-dives in the Straits between Komodo and Rinca. Manta site in Karang Makassar and the spectacular sites of Batu Bolong (a pinnacle rising from the depths and concentrating large amounts of sealife) and Tatawa Islands. 1 night dive in Pulau Sebayor.

Day 6: Komodo National Park
Early morning walk to the Komodo National Park, followed by dives in Pulau Tengah and 1 night dive in Siaba Kecil.

Day 7: Pulau Wainilu
3 day-dives in the straits and 1 night dive in Pulau Wainilu.

Day 8: Pulau Sabolan / Pulau Bidadari / Pulau Sebayor
1 dive in the underwater mountain in Pulau Sabolan and a critter dive in Pulau Bidadari near Labuanbajo. Afternoon dives in Horseshoe Reef and 1 night dive in Pulau Sebayor.

Day 9: Nusa Kode
4 dives in Nusa Kode, on world famous sites such as Cannibal Rock, an underwater mountain literally coated in marine life and invertebrates, and Yellow Wall, Boulders… 1 night dive in Torpedo Bay.

Day 10: South Komodo
2 dives in South Komodo (weather depending), on Manta Alley and German Flag, and afternoon dive in Tanjung Lehoksera of Batu Gajah. 1 night dive in the wreck of a 100-foot wooden Pinisi boat.

Day 11: Batu Bolong or Castle Rock - Bima
2 dives in the morning, usually repeating star sites such as Batu Bolong or Castle Rock, or alternatively can do different sites like Pulau Hantu and Pantai Merah. Sail back to Bima to fly the morning after.

Day 12: Bima
Arrival at Bima Airport to catch international flight back.

Day 13: Arrival
Arrival at the home city.

Incluye

3 - 4 daily dives, including 1 night dive, except first and last day.
Airport and transfer assistance.
Parck and monuments entrances.
Basic travel insurance.

No Incluye

Alcoholic drinks
Diving equipment
Tourist taxes
Extra night of hotel if necessary for air connection.
Other aspects not mentioned in the section include.
Transfers
Visa, border taxes
International flights
nitrox

Info - Paises

Clima - Estacionalidad

Month
Jan 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 90% 51% 185ml 11kmh
Feb 31ºC 25ºC 28ºC 90% 50% 176ml 11kmh
Mar 31ºC 24ºC 29ºC 90% 39% 128ml 9kmh
Apr 32ºC 24ºC 29ºC 90% 25% 70ml 10kmh
May 32ºC 24ºC 29ºC 90% 13% 34ml 12kmh
Jun 31ºC 23ºC 28ºC 90% 6% 17ml 14kmh
Jul 31ºC 22ºC 27ºC 90% 4% 9ml 16kmh
Aug 32ºC 22ºC 27ºC 90% 2% 5ml 16kmh
Sep 34ºC 24ºC 27ºC 90% 5% 12ml 15kmh
Oct 34ºC 24ºC 29ºC 90% 12% 36ml 12kmh
Nov 33ºC 25ºC 29ºC 90% 30% 96ml 10kmh
Dec 32ºC 25ºC 29ºC 90% 46% 160ml 10kmh
Month
Jan 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 90% 51% 185ml 11kmh
Feb 31ºC 25ºC 28ºC 90% 50% 176ml 11kmh
Mar 31ºC 24ºC 29ºC 90% 39% 128ml 9kmh
Apr 32ºC 24ºC 29ºC 90% 25% 70ml 10kmh
May 32ºC 24ºC 29ºC 90% 13% 34ml 12kmh
Jun 31ºC 23ºC 28ºC 90% 6% 17ml 14kmh
Jul 31ºC 22ºC 27ºC 90% 4% 9ml 16kmh
Aug 32ºC 22ºC 27ºC 90% 2% 5ml 16kmh
Sep 34ºC 24ºC 27ºC 90% 5% 12ml 15kmh
Oct 34ºC 24ºC 29ºC 90% 12% 36ml 12kmh
Nov 33ºC 25ºC 29ºC 90% 30% 96ml 10kmh
Dec 32ºC 25ºC 29ºC 90% 46% 160ml 10kmh
Month
Jan 31ºC 25ºC 29ºC 90% 51% 185ml 11kmh
Feb 31ºC 25ºC 28ºC 90% 50% 176ml 11kmh
Mar 31ºC 24ºC 29ºC 90% 39% 128ml 9kmh
Apr 32ºC 24ºC 29ºC 90% 25% 70ml 10kmh
May 32ºC 24ºC 29ºC 90% 13% 34ml 12kmh
Jun 31ºC 23ºC 28ºC 90% 6% 17ml 14kmh
Jul 31ºC 22ºC 27ºC 90% 4% 9ml 16kmh
Aug 32ºC 22ºC 27ºC 90% 2% 5ml 16kmh
Sep 34ºC 24ºC 27ºC 90% 5% 12ml 15kmh
Oct 34ºC 24ºC 29ºC 90% 12% 36ml 12kmh
Nov 33ºC 25ºC 29ºC 90% 30% 96ml 10kmh
Dec 32ºC 25ºC 29ºC 90% 46% 160ml 10kmh

Especies - Estacionalidad

Especies JanJFebFMarMAprAMayMJunJJulJAugASepSOctONovNDecD
White tip shark
Blacktip shark
Grey shark
Manta Ray
Eagle Ray
Hawksbill turtle
Green Turtle
Barracuda

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