Have you ever imagined free-diving and exploring underwater life? Maybe you see on various tv shows about marine life with a variety of colorful fish, small fish, big fish, and even sharks. The reason is, to navigate underwater life, you must be a certified diver, whether it’s a beginner, advanced, or master. Komodo diving is one of the most popular dive spots with manta rays. Dive at some of the Komodo diving sites requires skills that you learn during diving training. Why?
Komodo diving site and its underwater currents
The sensation of the current on the island of Komodo always accompanies your dive. Many tourists take scuba diving for beginners in Bali or Gili Trawangan before exploring under the sea of Komodo. It is undeniable, Komodo National Park is very beautiful and attracts many tourists.
Some Komodo diving sites are not recommended for beginners. Because the underwater currents of Komodo are very erratic, and there are even underwater currents that twist. This is a very high risk for novice divers. Divers with beginner certificates, not are educate well on how to save themselves from strong underwater currents.
Given the terrible underwater currents and waves in the Komodo National Park area, tourists advise using adequate transportation.
Advanced, Master Diving Certified & Komodo Diving Sites
Don’t try to dive without an advanced or even Master certificate. You risk putting your life in danger! If you are not certified as Advanced or Master, look for a safe Komodo diving site. Some of the dive spots that you can learn about before doing a dive expedition.
Komodo Diving Liveaboard
Komodo liveaboard is the choice of tourists to explore the waters of Labuan Bajo and its surroundings. This convenient and adequate transportation is capable of crashing when the waves arrive. Tourists are pampering with the comfort of a Komodo liveaboard, enjoying the sunrise, sunset with spectacular views of the surroundings. Make sure the Komodo liveaboard you book provides diving equipment and professional guides to help with your dives.