One thing in life that you should try at least once is sailing with Komodo liveaboard in Komodo, Flores, Indonesia. Liveaboard itself is one way of travel that’s quite different with other means of travelling. Think about having a dive vacation, trekking exploration, dive operator, hotel, restaurant, and lounge all combined in one ship. Now imagine that beyond all of those comforts, lies endless twinkling sea water with dozens of tumultuous small islands, carpeted by golden savannah, rise high from the waterline. That’s how cruising in Komodo looks like.
Liveaboard sailing in Komodo brings many advantages to adventure seekers. One of the greatest joy of sailing with liveaboard is the availability of sheer range dive options in reachable distance that otherwise will far taking more time if it’s done with land-based diving operators. When you consider a destination like Komodo that basically consist of open ocean punctuated with 20 islands, more than a dozen of dive sites, rich water, and diverse wild life. Travelling with liveaboard allows you to anchor the ship in less-visited dive spots, dive straight to vertical drop off, exploring pristine reefs, and experiencing a rare chance of diving between narrow passage of twin islands. Beyond that, trip with Komodo Liveaboard often features appealing itineraries such as leisure snorkelling, strolling empty beaches, and trekking to Komodo’s most panoramic hilltops like the one in Padar, Gili Lawa, and Kelor Island. And between those excursion, you’ll have fantastic encounter with the prehistoric Komodo dragons, the only dragon left on mother earth.
Flexibility of Diving with Komodo Liveaboard
The dive vacation with Komodo liveaboard gets even more perfect for divers as it means you can visit multiple diving destinations with only once unpacking. No need to repeatedly pack and unpack all the diving gears or those complicated underwater photography equipments. Being in liveaboard means all your diving gears are perfectly stationed and ready anytime you want to take the plunge. Diving with liveaboard trips also comes with great flexibility. When the conditions turns bad on the diving destination, you can simply choose another destination. The trip will keep going on.
Komodo liveaboard rarely sail with huge group of people. They tend to carry smaller groups onboard, which usually make a great trip! It gives divers a sense of luxury trip where they can explore the seabed with just few others within the area. Smaller member of voyagers also make a quicker bonding; everyone has fairly the same chance to talk to each other and grow new friendship.
So, if you love diving, exploring pristine islands, and are up for an amazing experience at the sea, it’s time to sign up for a liveaboard trip in the beautiful Komodo!