Komodo National Park includes one of the richest marine environments in the world including coral reefs, mangroves, seagrass beds, seamounts, and semi-enclosed bays.
An incredible array of rich marine life is waiting for all types of divers. From brilliantly coloured reefs teeming with fishes and invertebrates to roaming shoals of fishes scattered by giant trevallies, white and black tip reef sharks as well as the occasional turtle paddling by.
Due to its strong tidal currents, the timing of a dive is crucial. The easiest way to be at the right place at the right time is by joining a liveaboard. Our local Fleet consists of two budget-friendly, comfortable boats. Busy Girl’s permanent home is the Komodo National Park, where she seeks the thrill of currents with only 4 divers at a time. The Jaya is more migratory in nature and moves seasonally between Komodo and Raja Ampat. She caters to a maximum of 14 divers.
Our professional crew has years of experience and is intimately familiar with the region and its challenges. During the trip, safety is always a priority when choosing dive sites and dive profiles. Before every dive, currents and conditions are checked to make sure the site is suitable for all divers. A comprehensive briefing on topography, currents and possible marine life encounters precedes all water activities.
As much as we enjoy crowded dive sites, we prefer the fishy variation. We try to avoid the rush hours and limit our dive groups to 4 guests per guide.
Every staff member on our liveaboards is passionate about the marine life and our environment. We are conscious of the impact we have on it and do our best to keep it to a minimum. We run our boats as eco-friendly as reality and budget allows and serve fresh, locally produced food within the limits of availability.
We are looking forward to taking you on an epic journey through the land of the dragons!
Busy Girl stays in the Komodo National Park all year round. She chases after the most exhilarating dive sites where the fast moving, nutrient rich water of the Indonesian Throughflow attracts spe...