Set course for Komodo!

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Set course for Komodo!

Between May and November Siren Fleet is offering 10-night trips to Komodo from 4290 euros pp.

Leaving from Bima on Sumbawa island, the itineraries take in the Gili Islands, Komodo National Park including the island itself, Batu Balong, Kusa Node, Torpedo Alley, Yellow Wall and Manta Alley, which Siren Fleet promises has earned its name.

The waters of the Sunda Sea teem with life, from reef sharks and mantas to bobtail squid (pictured) and pygmy seahorses, says Siren Fleet, and sites vary from sloping reefs and dark volcanic sand to submerged pinnacles and steep reef walls. Be prepared for currents!


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