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IDive Komodo

At iDIVE KOMODO you will be taken on a top-notch underwater experience of the diving in Komodo National Park.

iDive Komodo is a certified partner of SSI (Scuba Schools International) which combines extensive local knowledge and diving expertise with a strong western background of management in the tourism sector. We fully adhere to all diving safety standards, so you can relax and explore the wonders of diving in Komodo National Park, knowing you are completely secure.

We will welcome you aboard our brand new and spacious boat, “Valentina 01”, for diving day trips in Komodo National Park, including dive sites rated within the Top 10 in the world. On board you will be provided with tea, coffee, snacks, drinking water and a freshly cooked meal for lunch.

Our boat leaves from Labuan Bajo harbour for a day trip at 7:15am and returns, usually, at 4:30pm. With our day trips, you will have the option of doing either 2 dives plus the Komodo Dragon Trekking Tour or 3 dives.

The following courses with certification are offered: Open Water Course, Advanced Open Water Course, Rescue Course.

If you are curious about the underwater world, but not sure if Scuba Diving is for you, we offer a Try Scuba (no certification) and will give you a credit should you decide to continue to do the Open Water Course.
All shop gear is newly purchased and in excellent condition.

Our Instructor and Dive Masters would love to show you around, please choose the activity you wish to do based on your dive certification or goals, and we will be happy to assist you!

Happy Bubbles!

Address: Jalan Soekarno Hatta, Kampung Tengah, Labuan Bajo, NTT 86554
Phone: +62 811 9111 001
Email: dive@idivekomodoindonesia.com
www.idivekomodoindonesia.com

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