Save 20% on the KM Black Manta16th June 2016 | Sandro Lonardi
This summer dive into Komodo with a last-minute liveaboard deal. The current-filled waters of this Indonesian paradise are waiting for you. What will you find? Plenty of manta rays, fascinating macro species and gorgeous vistas above and below the water. Jump into this must-dive destination with a great deal from Diviac Travel.
We are now offering 20% off the KM Black Manta. So you’ll pay just $1400 instead of the regular price of $1575. This offer is valid only on the June 23rd departure.
On this liveaboard trip, you’ll cruise for 5 nights departing from Labuan Bajo. First, you’ll head for North Komodo, diving exciting sites such as Yellow Wall, Batu Bolong and Castle Rock. Then, the Black Manta will set its sights on South Komodo. Here you’ll find the dive sites known as Manta Alley and Padar Island.
This special deal is valid on one of the last available departures for the KM Black Manta this season. Book now and secure your space on this scuba diving adventure!
KM Black Manta
Built in 2006 and refurbished in 2011, the KM Black Manta is a 105-foot (32-meter) yacht designed to accommodate scuba divers in style both above and below the water. The boat is outfitted with a rare steel hull and twin engines.
The KM Black Manta is dedicated to the Komodo region so you can be assured that the captain and 16-man crew know all the best diving areas. Diving from this ship is a comfortable experience, and you’ll be able to partake in guided dives, partner dives, rebreather dives and Nitrox dives. Snorkeling is another possibility.
During topside hours, you can take advantage of the two masseuses on board or enjoy the entertainment area, the comfortable lounge with air conditioning or the multiple sundecks. The ship includes 10 cabins to accommodate 20 divers.
Whether you choose to take advantage of this special offer on the KM Black Manta or wait until next season, Diviac is happy to help you book a liveaboard adventure at any time.
Diving in Komodo National Park is exciting and rewarding. The area is well known for its strong currents and is often recommended for divers with experience. Liveaboard diving over a period of 5 to 10 days is the best way to explore the many dive sites the park has to offer.
Water temperature can be chilly, sometimes dipping below 77°F (25°C), so bring extra layers of neoprene or a hood on top of a basic 3mm suit to stay warm. It is possible to dive year-round due to the dry weather.
The north area of Komodo National Park is a good place for shark spotting at underwater seamounts. Visibility is usually excellent at 66-100ft (20-30m) and if the current is strong enough, a reef hook will come in handy, allowing you to relax and take in the action. This is also an area for exhilarating drift dives as there are several channels in between the many islands with swift currents.
For macro lovers, Komodo National Park has plenty to offer as well. Sheltered dive sites boast a myriad critters hiding amongst slopes and walls of healthy hard and soft corals.
- The offer is valid on the June 23, 2016 departure.
- The discount can be applied to new bookings made after June 16, 2016.
- Valid only on the KM Black Manta liveaboard.