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The diving in Komodo National Park is some of the most famous and well regarded in all of Indonesia. Conditions can be extremely challenging but there are also plenty of spots ideal for people just learning to dive, making this an ideal spot for divers of all ... Read more about Diving Komodo .
Bididari Island is a popular daytrip destination for those heading out of Labuan Bajo or Wae Cicu and the white sand beach certainly doesn't disappoint. If you're visiting on a daytrip, expect to be dropped on a sandy stretch on the northeast coast of the island. The reef is right offshore and has a good drop off. This spot was particularly notable for the volume of fish and we also saw a ... Read more about Bidadari Island .
A popular day trip from Labuan Bajo or Seraya Island, Sabolo Besar is the larger of two islands more or less directly north of Komodo National Park. The island has a brilliantly white sand and broken coral pinnacle on its east coast that juts out into the water and, when it isn't covered in flotsam, offers picture-postcard white sand beaches and amazing turquoise waters. The best ... Read more about Sabolo Besar .
Set north of Labuan Bajo, about an hour away by boat, Seraya Island has an excellent offshore reef and drop-off and a good beach for lazing on. The reef is in very good condition and the volume and variety of fish (at least to snorkelling amateurs like us) appeared to be even more varied than at Kanawa. Expect to see sharks off the north point and turtles straight off the centre of the ... Read more about Seraya Island .
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