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Komodo Resort

Komodo Resort is located on Sebayur Island in the heart of Komodo National Park. The resort has a great house reef and some of Komodo’s most famous dive sites, such as Batu Bolong, Crystal Rock and Castle Rock, are within easy reach for boat dives. The resort has sixteen beautiful bungalows along its beach, as well as an open air restaurant, beach bar, dive centre, gym and spa!

Komodo Resort’s sixteen beachfront bungalows are made in teak wood from local controlled plantations. With private bathroom, terrace and garden, all the bungalows are surrounded by the nature of a desert island, just a few metres away from the beach and from the resort’s spectacular and pristine house reef. All the rooms have hot water, fan, 24 hours electric power, minibar, safety box and air conditioning system.

Komodo Resort’s sunset restaurant has an open air bamboo structure and serves Indonesian, Italian and International cuisine made with fresh produce. Feel the breeze and enjoy the view of the ocean sipping a glass of wine. The restaurant offers a good selection of wines from all over the world. Indulge in a cocktail at the Beach Bar while the sun is setting behind Komodo Island. The bar is located right on the shore where the view is spectacular. The beauty of the surroundings, the smiling bar tenders and the free Wi-Fi connection make it the perfect place to relax after a day of diving, snorkelling or trekking.

Diving with Komodo Resort
Dive trips from Komodo Resort usually start at around 8:30 in the morning. You board one of the resort’s boats and are greeted with complimentary tea and coffee, cookies and fruit. The journey to the dive site takes 10 minutes to 1.5 hour depending on the dive site and on the way you will often meet dolphins and sometimes mantas. On a diving trip from Komodo Resort you can dive the sites of the North Komodo area, including Sebayur, Castle Rock, Crystal Rock, The Cauldron, Golden Passage, Batu Bolong, Manta Point, Tatawa Besar and Kecil and Pulau Tenggah. Komodo Resort normally offers two dives per dive trip with the option of a third dive on request. Usually you will be back at the resort for lunch but on longer day trips a lunch box is served onboard.