Liveaboard Diving in Komodo, Indonesia – macro & mantas
This time our trip starts two days later according with the schedule because flight cancelations but thankfully we we didn’t skip any of the best dive sites. In the end, our sixteen costumers from Austria, Denmark and Germany were on board! Thank you Wirodive! With just a short time to introduce the crew, get to know the Indo Siren & for a light meal and then it was time to go diving! Our first dive in The Unusual Suspects was especially murky and so full of live as we expect! Lots of critters to start off the trip. The day after, the black sands of Sangeang Island were waiting for us. Three dives in Techno Reef, The Estuary and Hot Rocks where Dince and I found a lot of small life. We saw many soft corals, gorgonians, rays, schools of colorful reef fishes, bent stick pipe fishes, many kinds of shrimps: saw blade, periclemens, boxing banded, Durban dancers, cleaners… scorpion fish, morays, leaf fishes, big schools of banner fish and surgeons… The contrast of the colorful life with the volcanic sand is spectacular. Our therapist Diane and Ane had hard work with many costumers taking a relaxing massage this afternoon. On the night dive on The Circus we found three snake eels “king size”, a ball of cat fishes and a long list of other creatures. Yadi, the waiter was waiting for us with a nice hot chocolate and teas, and Diane and Ane provided hot towels after the dive – what a welcome back on board!