About Azul Komodo
About Azul Komodo
Enjoy the ocean responsibly with ecotourism in Komodo
If you’re like us, the ocean and its health is the #1 priority. You won’t find single-use plastics, toxic sunscreen, or non-biodegradable soap on our boat or in our shop. We also offer freshly made vegetarian food on our day trips in order to lower our environmental impact (other dietary needs can be met, upon request).
Become a safer, more confident diver with ninja-like buoyancy skills. Komodo has beautiful dive sites for all levels–the best part? Small class sizes. No more than 2 divers per PADI Instructor. Talk about safety 😉
Azul Komodo team
Dive with us and become part of the Azul family. From the compressor filler to the captain to your experienced dive guide, we guarantee you will have the best dive service in Labuan Bajo.
Dive in comfort on our boat, Asmara
This 18-meter, hand-crafted dive boat is designed by divers for divers with sustainability and ecotourism practices embedded in boat protocols. See Asmara in action.
This little town of 2,000 inhabitants is nestled right into the hillside on Flores Island, overlooking the beautiful Komodo National Park. The main street is the focal point of town and is only 2km from the Komodo Airport.
Times to visit
The Komodo National Park and its surrounding areas are known for being much drier than other Indonesian destinations with only 800-1000mm of rain each year. However, that doesn’t mean that there isn’t a rainy season! January through March is the rainiest time of the year. Manta ray season is from November to April while the best visibility it usually Spring through Fall.
Arriving in Labuan Bajo
Flights from Jakarta and Bali are usually within the same price range ($90-150 USD) and time frame (45min-1hr45min). Once you arrive in Labuan Bajo, you have an easy 5-minute drive down to the main street.
The Komodo dragon
Our dive trips to the Komodo National park can be combined with a guided tour to see the Komodo dragons. On this trip, we visit Rinca Island with one of the local Rangers for a hike and photo opportunity.
Flores Island is host to a rich diversity of flora and fauna as well as many spectacular terrestrial tourist sites. The island was named Flores due to flowering trees in the eastern part of the island after Portuguese explorers settled in the area in the 16th century.