Dragon Dive Komodo is well known worldwide for being a professional, secure, quality-oriented dive shop that will guarantee a fun and safe day diving. Our unique and experienced staff are trained to offer the best dive trips in the world-renowned Komodo National Park.
To ensure safety, our dive groups are always kept small with a maximum of 4 to 5 divers per group. We arrange diving groups according to certification and experience level to make sure both new and experienced divers leave us feeling satisfied.
As passionate divers ourselves Dragon Dive Komodo is well aware of the impact on this fragile ecosystem and our mission to protect this underwater haven is at the heart of what we do. We always provide briefings on how to enjoy the national park with minimal impact on the environment. As we spend a lot of time underwater here we also engage with local conservation groups to document the wildlife, in particular our incredible local manta ray population. We also encourage our dive guides and instructors to remove any rubbish we may come across on the dive sites.
The diving in Komodo National Park is world-class. Divers here are treated to an incredible variety of species from unique macro to giant marine life, so there is something for every diver to enjoy.
The national park sits in the heart of the coral triangle, we can explore an incredibly diverse range of over 200 species of coral. There aren’t many places in the world which can boast such healthy reefs, and the colour and sheer abundance of life is sure to impress even the most experienced divers.
The waters that surround Komodo and Rinca islands boast a population of over 1000 manta rays. We often see several marine mammals, reef shark species, as well as over 1000 species of reef fish.
For the divers excited by the weird and wonderful, Komodo is also home to a wide variety of critters. Komodo’s reef are home to some rare macro species such as hairy shrimps, flamboyant cuttlefish, frogfish, nudibranchs, a few different types of octopus and so much more!