Schedule, rates & booking

Date Route Rate Starting from Booking/Details

Route: Komodo - Seacam Shootout

Marine park fees: +€ 170

Non diver discount: -€ 90

World class macro dive site as your check out dive in Bima Bay. Yes the visibility might not be as far as you might like but this muck dive will surprise you with the amount of critters you can find.

We will visit Sangeang Island. A volcanic island that last erupted in 2015. There are still a few islanders remaining on this island. The diving is spectacular. There are fantastic black sandy slopes with amazing macro. Hot Rocks is a one of a kind dive as tiny little bubbles emerge from the bottom and the rocks, giving the site a never seen before effect.

Entering Komodo National Park in the North, here the water temperature is usually still nice and warm from the Flores Sea. There is an abundance of fish on these underwater pinnacles, schooling surgeons, big eye jacks, snapper or barracudas and pelagic are a common site. The diversity of sites is unbelievable here in Komodo. From underwater pinnacles to sloping sandy bottoms with manta cleaning stations to driving along a beautiful coral reef.

The further South we travel the water temperature will also drop. Padar island has some beautiful sites where we can start to feel the influence of the Indian Ocean. More nutrients in the water is giving the corals a different look, colours are sharper, fish life is about to change. Even further South we have Nusa Kode this horseshoe shaped bay has stunning corals. Not only in a rainbow of colours but also the size. Fish live in abundance and creatures you may have never seen before in your life, they may remind you the monsters that live under your bed as a child.

These nutrients also bring bigger pelagic fish, like the majestic manta rays. We can see them chasing each other or getting cleaned at the cleaning station. Also there has been sightings of the elusive sunfish or Mola Mola.

Your trip is not complete without a meeting with the last living dinosaurs, the Komodo Dragons. You will get to chance to see them up close at the National Park. With a bit of luck you will also see the macaque monkeys, some deers,wild pig and wild horse.

Departure
Date: 22-07-2017
Airport: Labuan Bajo
Arrival
Date: 31-07-2017
Airport: Bima

Suite - € 2.700 per person

Twin cabin - € 2.340 per person

Budget twin cabin - € 2.160 per person

For availability & booking go to dive-away-liveaboards.com

Route: Komodo - Seacam Shootout

Marine park fees: +€ 170

Non diver discount: -€ 90

World class macro dive site as your check out dive in Bima Bay. Yes the visibility might not be as far as you might like but this muck dive will surprise you with the amount of critters you can find.

We will visit Sangeang Island. A volcanic island that last erupted in 2015. There are still a few islanders remaining on this island. The diving is spectacular. There are fantastic black sandy slopes with amazing macro. Hot Rocks is a one of a kind dive as tiny little bubbles emerge from the bottom and the rocks, giving the site a never seen before effect.

Entering Komodo National Park in the North, here the water temperature is usually still nice and warm from the Flores Sea. There is an abundance of fish on these underwater pinnacles, schooling surgeons, big eye jacks, snapper or barracudas and pelagic are a common site. The diversity of sites is unbelievable here in Komodo. From underwater pinnacles to sloping sandy bottoms with manta cleaning stations to driving along a beautiful coral reef.

The further South we travel the water temperature will also drop. Padar island has some beautiful sites where we can start to feel the influence of the Indian Ocean. More nutrients in the water is giving the corals a different look, colours are sharper, fish life is about to change. Even further South we have Nusa Kode this horseshoe shaped bay has stunning corals. Not only in a rainbow of colours but also the size. Fish live in abundance and creatures you may have never seen before in your life, they may remind you the monsters that live under your bed as a child.

These nutrients also bring bigger pelagic fish, like the majestic manta rays. We can see them chasing each other or getting cleaned at the cleaning station. Also there has been sightings of the elusive sunfish or Mola Mola.

Your trip is not complete without a meeting with the last living dinosaurs, the Komodo Dragons. You will get to chance to see them up close at the National Park. With a bit of luck you will also see the macaque monkeys, some deers,wild pig and wild horse.

Departure
Date: 02-08-2017
Airport: Bima
Arrival
Date: 11-08-2017
Airport: Labuan Bajo

Suite - € 2.700 per person

Twin cabin - € 2.340 per person

Budget twin cabin - € 2.160 per person

For availability & booking go to dive-away-liveaboards.com

Route: Komodo Short - Seacam Shootout

Marine park fees: +€ 120

Non diver discount: -€ 50

We will start our journey in North/Central of Komodo, here we have a variety of dive sites and snorkel sites for every level. Sloping sandy bottomUnderwater pinnacles, sloping sandy bottoms, coral walls and gorgeous coral gardens.

Entering Komodo National Park in the North, here the water temperature is usually still nice and warm from the Flores Sea. There is an abundance of fish on these underwater pinnacles, schooling surgeons, big eye jacks, snapper or barracudas and pelagic are a common site. The diversity of sites is unbelievable here in Komodo. From underwater pinnacles to sloping sandy bottoms with manta cleaning stations to driving along a beautiful coral reef.

Your trip is not complete without a meeting with the last living dinosaurs, the Komodo Dragons. You will get the chance to see them up close at the National Park. With a bit of luck you will also see the macaque monkeys, deers, wild pigs and wild horse.

Departure
Date: 13-08-2017
Airport: Labuan Bajo
Arrival
Date: 18-08-2017
Airport: Labuan Bajo

Suite - € 1.500 per person

Twin cabin - € 1.300 per person

Budget twin cabin - € 1.200 per person

For availability & booking go to dive-away-liveaboards.com

Route: Komodo - East Flores - Seacam Shootout

Marine park fees: +€ 170

Non diver discount: -€ 120

We will start our journey in North/Central Komodo, here we have a variety of dive sites to get you comfortable in your gear. Underwater pinnacles, sloping sandy bottoms, coral walls and nice clear water.

We will visit Sangeyang Island. A volcanic island that last erupted in 2015. There are still a few islanders remaining on this island. The diving is spectacular. There are fantastic black sandy slopes with amazing macro. Hot Rocks is a one of a kind dive as tiny little bubbles emerge from the bottom and the rocks, giving the site a never seen before effect.

Entering Komodo National Park in the North, here the water temperature is usually still nice and warm from the Flores Sea. There is an abundance of fish on these underwater pinnacles, schooling surgeons, big eye jacks, snapper or barracudas and pelagic are a common site. The diversity of sites is unbelievable here in Komodo. From underwater pinnacles to sloping sandy bottoms with manta cleaning stations to driving along a beautiful coral reef.

The further South we travel the water temperature will also drop. Padar island has some beautiful sites where we can start to feel the influence of the Indian Ocean. More nutrients in the water is giving the corals a different look, colors are sharper, fish life is about to change. Even further South we have Nusa Koda this horseshoe shaped bay has stunning corals. Not only in a rainbow of colors but also the size. Fish live in abundance and creatures you may have never seen before in your life, they may remind you the monsters that live under your bed as a child.

These nutrients also bring bigger pelagic fish, like the majestic manta rays. We can see them chasing each other or getting cleaned at the cleaning station. Also there has been sightings of the elusive sunfish or Mola Mola.

Your trip is not complete without a meeting with the last living dinosaurs, the Komodo Dragons. You will get the chance to see them up close at the National Park. With a bit of luck you will also see the macaque monkeys, deers, wild pigs and wild horses.

Departure
Date: 07-09-2017
Airport: Labuan Bajo
Arrival
Date: 19-09-2017
Airport: Maumere

Suite - € 3.605 per person

Twin cabin - € 3.125 per person

Budget twin cabin - € 2.885 per person

For availability & booking go to dive-away-liveaboards.com

Route: East Flores - Alor - Forgotten Islands - Seacam Shootout

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 120

This is quite a special trip that visits very remote places where not many people have dived. We start our adventure in central north of Flores From there we will visit the islands of Lembata. The scenery above water is also spectacular as we can see 3 volcanos from our anchor place. Here we can find beautiful coral walls with overhangs and crevices, where you can find the tiniest pygmy seahorse to white tip reef sharks sleeping in the corals.

In Alor we find yet again great diversity, from vertical coral walls to a sloping gardens covered in anemones for miles on end. We can dive an active volcano were you can see hot air bubbles coming from the rocks. Because we are in the Pantar Strait that brings lots of nutrients, we can also expect to see some dolphins or even whales welcoming us into the bay. With a bit of luck the coolers currents bring us the Mola Mola. Kalabahi bay in West Alor, has world class muck diving in the bay, many different ghost pipefish hide in the mucky bottom, many nudi's and all families of scorpion fish even the elusive rhynopia we have spotted here.

Wetar island has spectacular drop offs, walls covered in black coral bushes that have been over taken by white anemones. Giving you the feeling you are diving a winter wonderland. Gunung Api is an active volcano, but is most famous for it population of sea snakes and seabirds. The birds will come and greet you far before you reach the island. From the moment you jump in you are surrounded by sea snakes. They are very friendly and will leave you alone to enjoy the dramatic lava formations in this unique underwater location. Huge barrel sponges, sea wipes, sea fans, hard and soft corals. We have been very lucky to spot hammerheads here. In Damar, Terbang Selatan and Terbang Utara deserted islands with with steep walls and the most pristine coral garden on top of the reef. Dusbourg and Nil Desperandum are underwater seamounts rising from the depths to about 3 meter bellow the surface. Besides the the unspoiled coral encounters with the bigger pelagic tuna, rainbow runners, Spanish mackerel and hammerheads are common. On Pulau Dawera we can visit a small but very self sustainable village. They have solar power panels and a generator. There is a school and a doctors office and is full of overly friendly people to welcome you and show you around the village where the streets even have names. They have a good understanding of self sustainability therefor are very protective and regulate their fish population. They have shown us 3 amazing underwater pinnacles booming with fish life. If you have time to spend in Saumlaki on Tanimbar island, we recommend you to go visit the woodcarvers....

Departure
Date: 21-09-2017
Airport: Maumere
Arrival
Date: 03-10-2017
Airport: Saumlaki

Suite - € 3.830 per person

Twin cabin - € 3.350 per person

Budget twin cabin - € 3.110 per person

For availability & booking go to dive-away-liveaboards.com

Route: Raja Ampat - Seacam Shootout

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 120

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

We embark in Sorong, Western Papua. The first night we will be traveling all night to arrive in Misool early the next morning. You will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Batanta has fantastic muck dive sites with the most colourful nudibranchs you can imagine, alien looking critters and beautiful coral bummies.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 12-11-2017
Airport: Sorong
Arrival
Date: 24-11-2017
Airport: Sorong

Suite - € 4.050 per person

Twin cabin - € 3.570 per person

Budget twin cabin - € 3.330 per person

For availability & booking go to dive-away-liveaboards.com

Route: Raja Ampat - Seacam Shootout

Marine park fees: +€ 225

Non diver discount: -€ 100

Raja Ampat translated from the Indonesian language it means Four Kings. it refers to an archipelago with more than 1500 islands with the four main islands of Waigeo, Batanta, Salawati and Misool and is part of the Coral Triangle making it one of the richest bio diversity of the world.

We embark in Sorong, Western Papua. The first night we will be traveling all night to arrive in Misool early the next morning. You will be amazed by the diversity you will find here. An abundance of marine life, a variety of underwater seamounts, smaller pinnacles, coral walls and coral gardens, covered in giant sea fans, soft corals in all colours, massive table corals and countless fish. This is a great place to find the elusive epaulette shark, or walking shark. This nocturnal shark sneaks up on its pray by 'walking' closer and closer to it.

Batanta has fantastic muck dive sites with the most colourful nudibranchs you can imagine, alien looking critters and beautiful coral bummies.

The Dampier Strait is where we can find even more nutrients bringing in bigger predators like giant trevallies, yellow fin tuna, rainbow runners and even some sharks like blacktip, grey reef, white tip sharks. It is also one of the few places in the world where we can find two species of Manta rays on the same dive sites.

Night dives are a joy in Raja Ampat,

We offer you the opportunity to visit one of the local villages.

Departure
Date: 26-11-2017
Airport: Sorong
Arrival
Date: 06-12-2017
Airport: Sorong

Suite - € 3.375 per person

Twin cabin - € 2.975 per person

Budget twin cabin - € 2.775 per person

For availability & booking go to dive-away-liveaboards.com