INDONESIA DIVING LIVEABOARDS
In Indonesia–the center of this biodiversity triangle–the variety is seen underwater is truly extraordinary. In certain dive sites like Batu Bolong in Komodo, Hari Lolong in Alor, and around small islands of East Indonesia, you can discover more species than in the entire Caribbean.
Discover the world’s last paradises of Komodo National Park, Alor, and Forgotten Island, the Banda Sea, Raja Ampat cruising with Dragon Dive Liveaboard.
Explore the unequaled beauty of some most charming destinations on earth whilst sailing the paradise seas of Indonesia. Travel to Indonesia and with our unique liveaboard experience, trek astonishing landscapes, scuba dive seas overflowing with life, discover some deserted islands, and meet some local tribes.
Dragon Dive Liveaboard bespoke itineraries with the perfect mix of adventure, discovery, wanderlust, dream holiday escape, and history to suit all tastes. Discover the ancient trade winds aboard Vaiatea Liveaboard and cruise Komodo National Park from May to October, the Alor and Forgotten island in November and May, Raja Ampat from December to April.
Find below a small description of all the places you will discover with our liveaboard.
Near West Papua, Raja Ampat is renowned as the world’s most biodiverse scuba diving environment destination. The diving in Raja Ampat is absolutely fantastic and arguably amongst the very best, you will find anywhere. There are more recorded species here than anywhere on the planet, as confirmed by Dr. Mark Erdman of Conservation International. This is the epicenter of marine biodiversity.
For a few years, it is one of the world’s most demanded dive destinations with several dive spots among the top ten’s bests in Misool & Dampier strait.
Wayag is another iconic highlight of some of our itineraries in Raja Ampat.
Komodo National Park, in the Sunda Islands east of Bali, is home to some most exciting waters & dive sites in Indonesia. With nutrient-rich currents providing the perfect conditions for much marine fauna and flora, the diving here is exceptional with the bonus of breath-taking Jurassic scenery. An outstanding destination that is often compared to Raja Ampat. We can’t decide which one is better between Raja Ampat and Komodo National Park.
As Dragon Dive is based in Labuan Bajo, you will discover Komodo National park like no other liveaboard. Based there since 2015, doing daily dive and exploring all of it, you will discover the best of the Komodo National Park with us.
Between Raja Ampat & Komodo to the South, lied a unique marine diversity, around a historic land to explore, some spice plantations, hundred of deserted beaches, caves, and stunning scenery for an unforgettable journey. An archipelago itself comprising 11 islands spread across the central Maluku region of eastern Indonesia. The historic site of this area from early 1600 lets you travel the time. The diving is truly astonishing, with pristine coral reefs topped with explosions of marine life. Often in school, with excellent visibility, you will cross some pelagic – often in schools – like hammerhead sharks, giant trevallies, dogtooth tunas, dolphins & whales. Our secret spot of Gunung Api will let you mingle with hundreds of sea snakes in the southernly Snake Island.