Aboard the Indo Siren, this ten-night and 11-day itinerary will take you into the Komodo National Park. In 1991, the Park was declared a World Heritage Site, which means the park is full of life. Its home to over 260 species of coral, 70 species of sponges, marine worms, molluscs and crustacea, and over 1000 species of fish, marine reptiles, and marine mammals. As you can imagine the diving is varied and caters for everyone's taste. You can see Gorgonian Fans with Pygmy Seahorses, around Sangeang Island, large Pelagic Fish, like Eagle rays, Grey Reef Sharks, schools of Snapper, around the pinnacles of Gilli Lawa Laut, and of course Manta Rays in Manta Alley, south of Komodo Island. And don't forget the Komodo Dragon itself! With 10 nights you have time to travel to places further than normal so a visit in the area of Nusa Kode is also a possibility. In this area, you find different species again, as the water temperature drops to 20C (68F). With such diversity in diving conditions and marine life on offer, each day will bring great pleasure and joy.
Transfers to and from the airport to the departure marina, on day of embarkation or disembarkation only
Air-conditioned cabin with en-suite, towels, bathrobe and linen
Local tax (on booking cost only)
All meals - breakfast, lunch, dinner + snacks
Dive equipment - BCD, regulator, Mask, snorkel, fins, Surface Marker Bouy, 12L aluminium dive tank (yoke valves), weights and weight belt. Limited supply, please pre-book.
Accommodation based on two people sharing (twin or double cabin) or single use (at surcharge).
NITROX (for NITROX certified divers only)
Single person Kayaks for use
All Siren Fleet yachts provide their guests with a choice of international and Asian cuisine served buffet style in the outdoor dining area. The vessel can cater to special dietary requirements (within reason), please inform on booking about your requirements, well in advance. Also, a selection of fresh fruit and some tasty treats are readily available, should you feel peckish in between meal times.
A well-selected range of carbonated soft drinks, fruit juices, black, green and herbal teas are available at all times, as well as instant and freshly brewed coffee. Local beer is also included, however, guests may also select wine or spirits from the bar for an additional fee.
Rental diving equipment - Dive computer, underwater torch - pre-book possible when booking, payment on board
No Visas ( responsibility of traveller)
An activity indemnity form will need to be signed, any medical costs associated are to be covered by the traveller.
Port & Park fees are paid directly on board
Any Extra Services which may include but not limited to: onboard calls, laundry,massage, special services
Crew and Guide gratuities
Any Optional Activities which may include but not limited to: Dive Courses, excursions
Optional Alcohol - Wine, spirits & cocktails
Travel and Diving Insurance is for the traveler to organize before travel (must be shown on board)- Your diving insurance is mandatory and must cover all of your scuba diving and snorkeling activities, including the costs for recompression chamber treatment and emergency air evacuation.
Due to remoteness no Wifi or internet is available
No International or domestic flights are included
Rates and local taxes subject to change
Any airport taxes on arrival or departure
All payment for extra services or optional activities by credit card (Mastercard or Visa) will incur a 3% surcharge.
National Park Fees and port fees- 155USD Komodo itinerary - 180USD Raja Ampat itinerary's - per person, payable on board.
19/09/2020 - 29/09/2020
10 nights, 11 days
Komodo National Park area
All dives are guided and you can choose your own buddy on board or will be allocated one by the dive crew. Diving will be from the tender, with computers mandatory. The yacht offers up to four dives per day (2 dives on the last day) including night dives. 12L (80 cubic ft.) tanks, weight belts, and weights are provided, as well as BCD, wetsuits, and regulators. Torches and computers will need to be hired. All diving onboard should be within the limits and standards of the training agency that certified you. All dives should be planned no-decompression dives.
Indonesia is a tropical country and the climate is fairly even all year round being roughly divided into two distinct seasons; 'wet' and 'dry'. The east monsoon, from June to September brings dry weather while the west monsoon, from December to March, brings rain. The transitional period between these two seasons alternates between gorgeous sun-filled days and occasional thunderstorms. Even in the midst of the wet season temperatures range from 21°C (70°F) to 33°C (90°F).The water temperatures in the Flores Sea hardly vary, keeping to a nice: 26-28°C (79- 83°F), with usually clear blue waters and great visibility. The Savu Sea has an average temperature of 24°C (75°F) but can drop as low as 21°C (70°F). The Banda Sea is slightly warmer than the Savu Sea with average water temperatures of 26°C (79°F). Raja Ampat, including Misool has year-round temperatures of 26-29°C (80-84°F). For the majority of our guests a 3mm full wetsuit will suffice for the warmer water dives. A 5mm full wetsuit in combination with hood, gloves and booties is recommended for the cooler waters. Onboard any Siren Fleet yacht, a 3mm shorty is always available to rent free of charge for all guests.
Advanced Open Water and higher