Komodo National Park, Indonesia
Komodo National Park is one of Indonesia’s unspoiled treasures, situated in the heart of the Archipelago, between the islands of Sumbawa and Flores.
Listed as one of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites, Komodo National Park has breathtaking landscapes, coral reefs, clear waters and rich marine life. You will find deserted pristine white sand beaches, and the famous Pink beach.
The National Park has some of the best dive sites in the world. On the southern side of Komodo, you can spend the day at Manta Alley, swimming and diving with manta rays, sharks, turtles and the vast array of marine life.
Komodo National Park is the only place where the Komodo Dragons exist in their natural habitat. Along with the Komodo Dragons, you can see buffalos, wild deer monkeys and many other smaller animals inhabiting the Island.
The best way to experience the islands is to set sail on a traditional Phisni, see the most spectacular sunrises and sunsets and soak up the sea air.
Freediving Liveaboard Retreat
Imagine yourself floating in the Indonesian archipelago, lapping up warm, clear, deeply blue water. Your eyes are dazzled by a number of idyllic marine life, many of which you’ve never seen before. As you float about, you hold onto a flotation ring practicing your breathing technique. Settling into your breathwork, your mind’s chatter quiets and your muscles begin to relax as you take in your last breath before dipping your head below the water’s surface.