[headline]About Current Junkies[/headline]
Looking for a small personalized liveaboard operator in Komodo Indonesia? Current Junkies offers 5 nights live aboard trips so you can explore the best of Komodo above and underwater.
[headline]Dive Komodo with Current Junkies onboard of the SMY Busy Girl[/headline]
The trip will consist of 14 dives: 1 dive on the first and last days and 3 dives per day in between. Current Junkies takes a maximum of 5 guests per trip.
[headline]Experienced Australian dive guide[/headline]
Maximum divers: 5 guests
Safety:Â Life Line support, GSM radio, life west, life raft
[highlight style=”gray” ]Price: 10.000.000IDR[/highlight]
This means we can dive as one group and avoid coordination problems: We can wait next to a dive site until the currents are literally millisecond right and then drop in together to give us the best chance to see all the action! With the smallest dive group in Komodo we have the best chance of spotting the likes of sharks, mantas and if we are very lucky maybe even dolphins in close range. We only take experienced divers and we are looking for big stuff and a lot of it!
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The package includes:
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- 14 dives
- Komodo dragon walk
- Beach visits and skurfing
- All meals
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- Equipment Rental (if required) 1,000,000 IDR for 5 days
- National Park fee: 400,000 IDR
Komodo National Park boasts over 1000 different species of fish, 260 different types of reef building coral and 60 different types of sponge coral, its no wonder the diving in Komodo is regarded as some of the best in the world!
[highlight style=”gray” ]** Starting again on the 1st of may 2014**[/highlight]
Each trip will depart on Monday at 12 midday from Labuan Bajo, Flores and will return to Labuan Bajo around 3pm on the following Saturday.
Jojo Barry think twice about booking your Komodo liveaboard if it isn’t with Current Junkies. I just spent a week on Busy Girl with Shannon and his awesome crew who couldn’t have made the trip any better.
The diving is mind-blowing, in a couple of words. We would be the only ones at each dive site which meant plenty more fish and plenty of action. In just one dive we saw 30 + mantas and a friggin’ Mola Mola! Not forgetting the 10 sharks on another!
Shannon’s briefings were spot on so we knew what the plan of action was throughout the dive and the the equipment is pretty much brand new as well and such good value to rent for the week.
Busy Girl is the most ideal boat to just chill and relax between dives, there’s bean bags, hammocks, benches you name it Shannon’s got it on board.
And the meals! Sala, the Chef extraordinaire made the most delicious meals day in day out which was just the icing on the cake really. The scenery and the diving along with great meals, what more could you ask for!
Book with Current Junkies if you want to experience Komodo at its finest with the crew who seriously know their stuff.
Kai Niebel iÂ spent an epic and Blue Planet like full moon trip with “Busy Girl”, Shannon and his great crew… We saw plenty of manta rays (18-20 in one dive), white tips and grey reef sharks, beautiful corrals, tropical fish and currents of course…
I have been diving all over Asia-Pacific and found diving in Komodo the best diving experience I ever had. Diving is a bit challenging due to some ripping currents in a few dives but I always felt well-briefed and save diving with Shannon.
He mainly goes to more remote diving spots which other dive shops don’t really offer in this region. So we did not see any other divers than us in all 14 dives.
The boat is basic but the cabins are pretty big and cozy considering the size of the boat. And the cuisine on the boat was just great.
If you are not a total beginner, wanna see some of the best dive spots in the world and like spending some time on a small but comfy boat: Go with Busy Girl!!!