The Komodo National Park, famous for its Jurassic-esque Komodo Dragons, barren undulating islands, and being one of the New 7 Wonder of Nature, has successfully draw million travelers from all around the world to embark on wild exploration. However, Komodo has other secrets that appeal to the most adventurous travelers; the rich, teeming marine life underneath its brilliant water. Komodo diving liveaboard emerge as one of the most popular belle among luxury yachts and tour-sailing boats in this frontier. With more than 30 dive sites to explore, the Komodo National Park is diver’s playground. If you are a diver, what’s the better way on exploring this diving mecca of Indonesia than by spending a few days sailing in diving liveaboard?
Signs That Komodo Diving Liveaboard Suits Your Holiday Style
Before embarking the sailing trip, have you ever wondered whether the Komodo diving liveaboard is the right thing for you? Will it really give you the experience that you would appreciate?
You Are Highly Experienced in Diving
We re sorry to break the news but diving in Komodo, albeit of its sous-marine beauty, is really high level. The aquatic richness is the result of the meeting of two currents, impacting on strong and unpredictable currents that could drag you hundred of miles away from your dive point. Resisting the currents also drain a lot of energy, which could be dangerous for any diver. Most of Komodo diving liveaboard will ask your certification before the embarkation—minimal Open Water certificate. Some of them apply minimum number or dive requirement to join onboard. If you have more than 30 dives under your belt, this shouldn’t be a problem.
You Have No Problem for Taking Shower Once A Day
Being in the middle of the sea, your life might not get as comfort as you would be back on the land. A few of the best Komodo liveaboard in the area do feature hotel-standard facility, but sometimes you need to sacrifice a few comfort. Like the opportunity to take a bath twice a day.
First, if your cabin is not an en-suite, you would have people lined up waiting for their turn to take a bath. You need to wait until your turn comes, and when it does, you can’t take long satisfying shower as other passengers are waiting behind. Given the availability of the fresh water and tight schedule, you might only able to take just once shower per day.
You Don’t Mind Eating Indonesian Delicacy
During the whole sailing trip, the crews would take full responsibility for your entire meals. That means you would be having breakfast, lunch, and dinner all in the Komodo diving liveaboard. Sometimes they would cook western food, but Indonesian delicacy would appear or most meal time. We hope you don’t really have issues with Indonesian food—or you’re going to have a bad time.