Komodo diving season will soon be here. Have you been? If not, then it is time you took action and added this incredible destination to your log book and your memories. If you have been, you will know what magic awaits you on your return, the magic of the Komodo National Park!
Experience the incredible underwater delights of this world-renowned dive destination where the marine life is so rich and diverse. Nowhere has reefs so bursting with colour as Komodo.
As many of our Komodo Liveaboard trips depart from Bali, you could indulge in a few days at a stunning, tropical Bali dive resort while you’re at it and dive 2 dream destinations in 1 trip! We have some fantastic liveaboard deals and surprise offers so you can get up close to manta rays and Komodo dragons with money to spare!
Go on! You know you want to…. Here are a few specials to whet your appetite:
Black Manta – Free Nitrox
Enjoy free Nitrox as you explore the bio-diverse dive sites of Komodo’s marine wonderland. Valid for all new bookings.
Komodo 4 night and 5 night cruises May – October 2012
2 Free fills per day on 1st & 3rd dives
Moana – Special Bali to Komodo Trips
Experience some of the best diving in Indonesia on a special extended Bali to Komodo cruise.
Komodo > Bali
10 Days 9 Nights
03 – 12 Nov 2012
Standard: Only US$ 3,277 (€ 2,300)
Bali > Komodo
8 Days 7 Nights
16 – 23 Nov 2012
Standard: Only US$ 2,622 (€ 1,840)
Ondina – Free Underwater Photography Workshops
Underwater photography and videography expert Danny Van Belle will be onboard to share his expertise with you for free!
All cruises from 18 Jun – 16 Oct 2012
10 Days 9 Nights 25 Dives
Price: Only US$ 2,346 (€ 1,800)
Are you ready to embark on a dream holiday diving in Komodo and take advantage of our great deals? Then contact Dive The World right away on +66 (0)83 505 7794 or send us an email.
Note: All prices quoted are per diver sharing and are subject to availability and currency fluctuations. Currency rate is correct at time of publishing. Special offers apply to new bookings only.
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