Liveaboard Diving in Komodo

Satonda Island

Dive Site Satonda Island
Site Layout:
Sandy bays with coral patches. Nearly but not quite muck.
Diving depth:
5m to 25m+
Up to 25m
Generally very cam and sheltered
Site access:

This small island is as famous for its fruit bats as it is for its diving. Every night around sunset, millions of them take off from here as they head to Sumbawa for a nights feeding. Underwater the sandy bottom in sheltered bays offer a great opportunity for some evening muck diving with sparse coral patches home to a large array of critters. Can you spot the extremely rare clown frogfish? Nudibranchs? Pipe Fish? Even Scorpion Leaf Fish, Ghost Pipe Fish, and Boxer Crab can be seen here. A great way to end the day.

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For general tourist information on the Komodo National Park see Official Komodo National Park Website.

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