The Komodo cruise boat tour is great for those who have limited time and want to explore the islands. Why? The Komodo National Park area has many small and large islands and amazing dive spots. Sailing cruises can reach many spots in a limited time. Most tourists start their adventure to the island of Komodo from Bali. Enjoy the beauty of Bali and the Komodo National Park area on one of your vacation trips. Lots of boat charters providers in Bali provide a variety of options for guests to choose to plan a trip to Komodo Island.
Komodo cruise boat tour exploring diving spot
The underwater life in Komodo National Park is extraordinary. According to the divers, Komodo Island is one of the top dive destinations on the planet. Seeing the largest reptile animals and diving are the main goal of tourists doing a Komodo cruise. It is possible for tourists who want to do snorkeling activities. The underwater currents of Komodo National Park are not for beginner divers. Don’t worry, it is possible for tourists who want to enjoy snorkeling activities. Some recommendations for diving spots that can amaze you.
The waters around Kanawa Island are very charming. Divers don’t have to go too far into the middle of the ocean just for corals, coral reefs, starfish, turtles, and some other marine animals. Kanawa Island is usually one of the islands included in your Komodo diving liveaboard trip list. Simply swim about 10 meters from the beach you can already see all the charms of the underwater world.
If you want to see giant stingrays, you must visit Taka Makassar. From the surface of the seawater of Taka Makassar, this 9 meters wide blackfish looks very contrast in the calm blue sea. At a depth of 4-6 meters, you can try dancing with manta rays. Make sure the diving and snorkeling equipment includes the facilities available on your Komodo cruise boat tour.
This spot diving is one of the world’s most popular diving spots and is even the best snorkeling spot in the world. Batu Bolong is the name of a small rock island between the straits of the islands of Tatawa and Komodo. You will be presented with a view of thousands of fish of different sizes and types swimming around you. Coral reefs in Batu Bolong are a habitat for fish, like clownfish. Since the strong and volatile currents, you must be accompanied by professional divers who really understand this place well.