Liveaboards in Komodo

Komodo is a popular liveaboard destination in Indonesia, and all for good reasons. The Komodo diving scene is world-renowned for its thrilling drift dives, huge schools of fish, healthy and colorful coral reefs, and great manta ray encounters. One of the things that make Komodo a popular liveaboard and diving destination is its easy access from Bali.

Labuan Bajo (LBJ), the departure point of most boats is only a 1-hour flight away from Denpasar (DPS). Some liveaboards even depart from Bali, making it easier for divers to access this world-class scuba diving destination.

There is a good number of liveaboards available in Komodo, from budget to luxury. In Komodo, you can find short liveaboard trips, 4 nights or less, and longer trips, 8 to 9 nights, or even longer combo trips which include other nearby dive regions, such as Alor and Maumere in Flores.


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Please contact us for the availability of the following boats: ArenuiMutiara LautMSY AuroraPanuneeCajoma IVVelocean, and Dragon Dive Komodo.

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DIving season

Komodo is a year-round scuba diving destination, but it's best to avoid the months of November through February which mark the rainy season in the area and can make navigation and diving conditions less than ideal.

Some liveaboards stay in Komodo year-round while most liveaboards opt to visit Komodo only during Raja Ampat's low/off-season, around the months of May to October. 

See more information on our in-depth guide to diving in Komodo.

  • Diving Season: Year-round, but most liveaboards only access Komodo during Raja Ampat's off-season from May to October. November to February is the rainy season. The dive sites remain accessible but the conditions might not be ideal.
  • International Airport: Bali (DPS) or Labuan Bajo (LBJ)
  • Local Airport: Most trips depart near international airports or Bima.
  • Water Temperature:  Water temperatures are usually moderate, but can range from 66-86F (19-30C). The north side of Komodo is always warm, while the south side is often colder.
  • Wetsuit: 3mm-5mm wetsuit
  • Required Diving Skill Level: Intermediate to Advanced or min. 50 logged dives. Strong currents are typically present at the top sites and might not be accessible to beginners.

Liveaboards in komodo

Bluewater Travel can help you book a liveaboard in Komodo and over 40+ destinations in the world at the same price or even lower than booking any other way. We know the boats, cabins, diving, and logistics better than anyone else in the industry. Email us today or leave us a message through the live chat box to start planning your dream dive vacation in Komodo! 

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