Day 1

Pick up by staff at the airport or hotel
Group transfer to the boat
Meet the crew & welcome briefing
According to the sea situation, we may do a check-dive after departure in the afternoon.
Day 2 to 5

3-4 dives each day, including night dive.
Day 6 -2dives According to flight safety requirements, divers are required to rest for 24 hours before the flight
Day 7

Check-out from the boat before 12:00. You will be transported to the airport for a domestic flight back or to a local hotel if you are extending your stay.
Sample itineraries and maps are for illustrative purposes only. The exact route and sites visited are subject to change based on local regulations, guest experience, weather, and logistics, and are at the Captain’s discretion.

Middle-South Komodo, Indonesia
Itinerary – 7 Days & 6 Nights
• Embarkation: Bojo (LBJ)
• Disembarkation: Bojo (LBJ)
Following is a sample of dive sites which we may visit during your time aboard MV SEAISEE I.
The safety of our guests is paramount, and we always do our best to offer diving at alternate
locations, should we be unable to visit those sites listed below.
Guests are welcome to suggest preferred dive sites to the Cruise Director. He will be happy
to accommodate guests’ wishes, providing it is possible and the schedule allows for it.
Dive sites we visit include but are not limited to:
Manta Alley
Channels form in the rocky reef wall and it is here we can hook in and watch graceful manta
rays gliding about in the current, being cleaned. They make it look so easy, however strong
currents can persist at this site. Guests are advised to bring reef hooks. Surgeonfish and
triggerfish as well as schools of jacks can all be seen here as well. Certainly, the mantas steal
the show when they are in town, with up to 30 being seen, though groups of 5 or 6 are more
common. Pink Beach A shallow sheltered reef that is perfect for a night dive with superb
macro sightings from flamboyant cuttlefish, hairy frogfish, octopus and bobtail squid to the
barely there skeleton shrimp, Pegasus sea moths, crocodile fish and snake eels. Guests will
have the opportunity to venture ashore on Komodo Island to take a guided walk with the
rangers through “Komodo Dragon Territory”.
Current City
Tattawa Besar & Tattawa Kecil Currents drift divers along at a steady pace as we look out
for manta rays, white tip reef sharks, turtles, bumphead parrotfish, schools of snapper and
Rinca Island – Padar Bay
Dragon Besar/ Wainilu Hidden amongst the rubble at this shallow site, divers can find
mandarin fish and picturesque dragonets as well as frogfish, pipefish and pygmy cuttlefish.
We dive at sunset to observe the mandarin fish as they “flutter” up from their rubble home to
Tiga Dara / Three Sisters This site is formed of 3 pinnacles rising up very close to one another.
Covered with soft corals, each pinnacle is a haven for macro creatures including frogfish and
nudibranchs. The shallowest point is at 3m and ideal for resting during safety stops.
Secret Garden This sloping reef is another superb night dive spot with plenty of crustaceans,
mollusks and benthic fish to be found.