GRAND KOMODO PT

Jl. Penyaringan No. 33X Sanur, 80227 Denpasar-Bali
Indonesia
Telephone +62 361 271538
Fax +62 361 271539
info@grandkomodo.com

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boot 2019 hall map (Hall 3): stand F90.8

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boot 2019 fairground map: Hall 3

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 08  Diving
  • 08.02  Services (Diving)
  • 08.02.02  Diving Trips

Our products

Product category: Diving Trips

Raja Ampat

This is the final frontier at the eastern end of Indonesia. Raja Ampat offers amazing diving and the most stunning topside scenery of any dive destination on Earth. This is where Dr. Gerald Allen counted 273 fish species on a single dive. If you’re looking for unusual sea life like the elusive wobbegong shark, or looking for Birds of Paradise, then Grand Komodo liveaboard cruise here is for you.

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Product category: Diving Trips

Komodo

Welcome to our triangle paradise: Alor, Komodo, and Sangeang. We would like to invite you to enjoy the driest paradise (Komodo), remote paradise (Alor), and volcano paradise (Sangeang).

KOMODO, THE REALM OF THE DRAGON
Komodo is one of Indonesia’s driest regions. Be sure to include a land visit to see the huge Komodo dragons when you go there. Underwater, Komodo offers just about every type of diving; from current-swept seamounts patrolled by sharks, tuna and other pelagics to calm reefs with teeming schools of fish.

Diving is good year-round. Because of strong currents and upwelling the water can be cold. We suggest a 5mm suit and hood.

Diving in the NORTH: Best period is during the southeast monsoon, from late March to early May and late September to early November. Currents are often encountered during this time. Water temperature: 24 – 29 C. Visibility: 20 – 25 m.

Diving in the SOUTH: Best period is during the northwest monsoon, mid November to early March. Water temperature: 21 – 27 C. Visibility: 10 – 15 m.

SANGEANG
Sangeang is an active volcano whose steep, conical slopes extend up to a nearly 2,000m peak. Lava flows are occasionally visible on its flanks. This island lies between Komodo and Sumbawa island. Sangeang’s black volcanic sands offer underwater photographers a wonderfully contrasting background for fish and other critters, with streams of bubbles rising from the sands here and there due to the volcanic activity. A wealth of sea life can be found in the coral reefs around Sangeang, including nudibranchs and flatworms.

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Product category: Diving Trips

Cendrawasih Manokwari

Come to Manokwari for amazing WWII wreck diving, including P-40 (a Curtiss Tomahawk fighter), Cross Wreck, and the Japanese freighter Shinwa Maru, plus the usual amazing wildlife, including Whaleshark, healthy and profuse hard and soft corals. Dive profiles extend down to the 30 meter range.

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About us

Company details

Grand Komodo began in 1987 as an adventure tour operator. We took travelers off the beaten track throughout Indonesia, but especially to the islands east of Bali, such as Komodo. A few years later we carried out our first dive explorations, teaming up with naturalists and photographers such as Dr. Kal Müller, Burt Jones, Maurine Shimlock, Gerry Allen, Roger Steene, Wally Siagian, Mike Severns and David Pickel. Teamed with them we discovered some of Komodo’s most exciting dive sites. Since 1990 the company became Grand Komodo Tours & Dives.

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