Komodo-Rinca Archipelago: Underwater Photos
Komodo-Rinca archipelago in Flores, Indonesia, without a doubt, is a must place to visit for avid scuba divers. The dive sites are impressive: colorful corals and clamps, big fishes, nudibranchs, and many more. Some dive sites, however, could have strong current and be ready for drift-diving.
My buddy dive and I did 24 dives at 21 dive sites. And Komodo-Rinca area has at least 50 dive sites! My most favorite dive sites: Batu Bolong, Manta Point (so many manta rays!! – I had 70 minutes scuba diving in this dive site observing the mantas, fantastic!), Crystal Rock, and Castle Rock (saw some sharks in this dive site).
We stayed for five days in Labuan Bajo, with Orca Dive Center and five days in Sebayur Island, with Komodo Dive Resort in December. We enjoyed the service from both dive operator/resort.
I am sure I will visit Komodo-Rinca archipelago again, and maybe I will be able to visit the rest of 29 dive sites 🙂
Also submitted to Monday Escapes #10
Crystal clear beautiful underwater photography…it must be stunning when you dive
Thank you so much! It was, Komodo is very special, we are thinking to return – hopefully sooner 🙂
Awww so lovely! I have friends who does diving and I love their photos. Diving is such an amazing activity to do asthe world underwater is beautiful! #MondayEscapes
Fabulous photos, Indah! 🙂
It is hard to believe how much beauty can be found underwater.
Fantastic photos. Husband and I used to dive but haven’t been since having children. Definitely need to get back into it again at some point. Your photos make me want to dive straight in
Thank you so much Karen! I hope you will dive again someday soon, or maybe with your children joining as well 😉
Ahhhhh this place together with Raja Ampat are sooo on my bucket list!
I how many days did you do your 24 dives? 😀
Thank you so much for joining #MondayEscapes again!
Wonderful photos! I have never dived, it must be an amazing experience!