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Indonesia has magic, it has mystery, it has life. Discover everything that your seas hide!

The figures are surprising: more than 17,000 islands, 8,000 uninhabited, where more than 300 languages ​​are spoken. A seductive country that offers thousands of adventures.

It is the fourth most populated country in the world, 255 million and rising. From the western tip of Sumatra to the eastern tip of Papua, this nation challenges homogenization. There are so many cultures, peoples, animals, customs, plants, landscapes, handicrafts and foods that they look like 100 countries in one.


But under its seas we find an explosion of life, its thousands of islands, currents and distance away from the big cities, offer a paradise underwater for lovers of diving, from macro lovers, finding tiny creatures taken from the best science fiction stories to the marine giants, where blankets and sharks enjoy their clear and warm waters full of life and food.


That’s why we offer you 2 of the best diving destinations, the islands of KOMODO and PAPUA NUEVA GUINEA, two of the top sites that every diver has to know. From the comfort of our boats, with the experience of local guides and the assistance of Animal Limit instructors, so that you can enjoy the depths of their seas to the full.





Once you have booked your trip, a member of the Animal Limit team will get in touch with you in order to help you clear out any doubts you may have.

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Behind this unusual name hides one of the best diving destinations in the world. Located at the junction of two continental plates between the islands of Sumbawa and Flores, the Komodo National Park comprises three main islands: Rinca, Komodo and Padar,

It was declared a National Park in 1980. It is the only natural habitat of the Komodo dragon, a unique animal that has granted the inclusion of the area in the list of World Heritage Sites by Unesco. It is since November 11, 2011 one of the seven natural wonders of the world.



Underwater, you will find everything you’ve always wanted to contemplate: pelagic abundance, adrenaline with diving in currents, macrofauna and fantastic coral reefs.

The best months to go to the Komodo National Park are during the dry period that lasts from March to November. The visibility in Komodo is generally good, it ranges between 15 and 30 meters depending on the dive site and the water temperature varies from 28 ° to 30 ° c.



Komodo is located in the Coral Triangle, one of the most important biodiversity centers in the world that gives home to 30% of all coral reefs in the world and more than 35% of the species of reef fish.

Some dive sites are cleaning stations for large pelagic, so it is possible to observe dozens of stingrays throughout the year in an uninterrupted dance.



In addition, lovers of underwater photography and the macrofauna will find some diving spots to put into practice their best techniques to capture the diverse beauty that their funds offer us. Undoubtedly Komodo is a place like no other that deserves one or several diving trips.



Batu Bolong is considered one of the best diving spots, located in the north of Komodo. They emphasize the amount of life that we find as well as the quality of their corals. Sponges and hard corals completely cover the walls of the pinnacle, a meeting point for Napoleon fish and white tip sharks and where thousands of small reef fish fight for space and food. Hawksbill turtles, sweet lips, listed surgeonfish and gray sharks. If the current is respectful it will be a dive to remember.


A little further west we find GPS Point, where the protagonists are the pelagic. Especially banks of large barracudas, hammerhead sharks and tuna offer a show in the blue. But they are not the only colorful invertebrates wandering in dense fields of staghorn coral overflowing with antia, napoleon, bat fish, gray sharks and nurse or great snappers accompany them in this incredible dive spot.


Another of the most appreciated dives in Komodo are Castle Rock and Crystal Rock, where the clarity of its waters shows us its extensive gardens of soft coral of great beauty. Its colorful reefs are visited by a lot of life as beautiful reef fish, bat fish, black tip sharks, large banks of groupers, fusiliers and tuna.


Welcome to the paradise of lovers of underwater photography.


Cannibal Rock, its particular name comes from the great Komodo dragons that inhabit its coasts. The great interest of this area lies under its waters, plagued by all kinds of toad fish of huge sizes, nudibranchs, pygmy horses, green turtles, rhinopias, clown fish dancing in their anemones and a few funds full of life.


Like Horseshoe Bay, where the muck diving is the protagonist of the bottom, and the dives, although not always with the best visibility due to its sandy bottom, we discover creatures to take our best macro photographs. As a large quantity of toad fish of a thousand shapes and sizes, almost always huge, where we will find the peculiar mime octopus, the sepia flamboyant, ghost pipe fish or spectacular seahorse colonies among many others.


Located on the south coast of the island of Komodo, these points are the best to observe a large amount of stingrays.

They are attracted by their strong currents, loaded with plankton, and cleaning stations. With luck we can find groups of more than 20 individuals enjoying the feast. In addition, its shallow waters also attract reef sharks, napoleons, parrotfish or barracudas dancing on a coral-covered stage.

It will be a perfect place to anchor us, if conditions require it, and enjoy the parade of life in front of us.

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