Good news! La Galigo Liveaboard offers a special price for their 6 Days and 5 Nights Komodo National Park scuba diving trip. Don’t miss this chance to experience this journey to see the biggest lizard in the world, known as the Komodo Dragon, and discover the beauty of the National Park’s marine life.
- Departure: 5th September – 10th September 2023
- Trip Start/Finish: Labuan Bajo
- Duration: 6 Days / 5 Nights
- Dive: Up to 16 dives
Cabins Price & Availability
- Deluxe Cabin:
Original price USD 1.910/pax.NOW ONLY USD 1.719/pax
- Master Cabin:
Original price USD 2.290/pax.NOW ONLY USD 2.061/pax
- Suite Cabin:
Original price USD 2.675/pax.NOW ONLY USD 2.408/pax
There are 8 spots available on board. Don’t miss it!
The Suite cabin requires a minimum booking of two guests, and if one guest wishes to book the Suite, a 100% supplementary charge will apply. There is a 65% surcharge on top of the listed price for single occupancy, if a guest wants a guaranteed private cabin.
Note: This offer is applicable on new booking inquiries received from 10th August 2023 until 4th September 2023.
Day 1: Sebayur Kecil and Sebayur Besar Islands
- Your adventure begins in Labuan Bajo, where you will board La Galigo after breakfast and receive a safety briefing. After about two hours of sailing, your first stop is the islands of Sebayur Kecil and Sebayur Besar. These islands are ideal for a calm introduction to diving in the park. As they are well shelter from the strong currents around Komodo. You’ll conduct two dives here, and have a chance to practice using your equipment, or simply enjoy the beautiful underwater scenery.
Day 2: West Komodo
- Your second day starts with a morning dive at Tatawa Besar, followed by a search for manta rays at Manta Point, one of the most famous dive sites in Komodo. You’ll head to Batu Bolong after lunch. It’s one of the highlights of Komodo diving. You can see pelagic species like giant trevally and barracuda, sharks and Napoleon Maori Wrasse. In the afternoon, you’ll take a light trek on Gili Lawa Darat to enjoy a beautiful Komodo sunset behind the nearby active volcano of Sangeang. Your night dive will be at Stranger Things, a site where you’ll get your first glimpse of macro life in the national park.
Day 3: Northwest Komodo
- On day three, you’ll experience some of the best diving Komodo has to offer. You’ll start with two dives at Crystal Rock and Castle Rock, two submerged pinnacles that are home to an abundance of marine life. In the afternoon, you’ll visit The Cauldron, a legendary dive site known for its rip-roaring drift dive. Hold on at the end of the diving for a big surprise! The night dive will be at Komodo Bay, depending on mooring conditions.
Day 4: Southwest Komodo
- Day four starts with a stunning sunrise. Followed by a dive at the Golden Passage. Golden Passage offers stunning coral reef topography. You will encounters with schools of sweetlips and snappers, white tip reef sharks, and the occasional passing manta ray. After breakfast, La Galigo Liveaboard will head south into the center of the park to dive at Police Corner, one of the lesser-known sites in central Komodo. In the afternoon, you’ll visit Mauan Island, where mantas come to visit its cleaning station. Your final dive of the trip will be at Siaba Besar, a fantastic night dive for macro photograph.
Day 5: Komodo on Foot
- After your morning dive at Pink Beach, a shallow coral garden with schools of sweetlips and other reef fish, you’ll head to the Island of Komodo to encounter the legendary Komodo dragon. La Galigo anchors up and sets sail east to Pulau Kalong, where you’ll witness an epic number of fruit bats leaving the island in search of their sustenance on the mainland of Flores. As the night falls, the crew on La Galigo Liveaboard arranges a fancy BBQ banquet on the top deck, giving you the chance to enjoy your final Komodo sunset in style. It’s a perfect way to wrap up an incredible day filled with adventure and wonder.
Day 6: Disembark in Labuan Bajo
- On Day 6, La Galigo anchors up in the morning around 2.00 AM in Labuan Bajo, in preparation for you to catch your flight or check in to your hotel. You can share trip photos and contacts with dive buddies. In the mean time, La Galigo assists you with transportation to your desired location.
Note: All schedules are subject to changes according to the weather, sea, diving, & local conditions.
- Transfer from a local hotel/airport to the harbor
- Transfer from the disembarkation harbor to the local hotel/airport
- All meals, non-packaged snacks, coffee and tea, and post-dive refreshments
- Diving services include tanks, weights and air fills
- Land excursions where applicable
- Ferry crossing to Waisai (Raja Ampat)
- Flight tickets
- Travel, dive, and repatriation insurance
- Visas and fees
- Airport taxes and extra baggage fees
- Airport to hotel transfers
- Port, clearances, ranger, anchorage, village, and marine park fees
- Dive rental equipment at $35 per person per day (torch excluded)
- Nitrox at $25 per person per day, for up to 4 tanks per day
- 15L tanks at $15 per person per day, for up to 4 tanks per day
- Dive courses and certification, (price on application)
- Alcoholic beverages as beer. The wine and spirits selection in Indonesia limited and can be expensive. We recommend that you bring your favorite tipple with you
- Soft drinks and packaged snacks
- Fuel surcharge** (based on market price. You may be asked to pay an extra fuel allowance up to 60 days before departure. Not more than $150USD/pax)
- Staff gratuities, many of our guests base their tips between 5% and 10% of the cost of the trip.
- La Galigo Merchandise
Available onboard at an additional cost:
- Full Equipment rental at USD$ 35 per person per day (excluding torch)
- Nitrox at USD$ 25 per person per day for up to 4 tanks a day
- 15L tank at USD$ 15 per person per day for up to 4 tanks a day
- Private dive guide at USD$ 100 per person per day