Dive Komodo with Uber Scuba
Whale, hello there scuba traveller, are you looking for information on how to dive Komodo?
Let us introduce ourselves, we are Uber Scuba Komodo Dive Center. We are proud to be the leading scuba diving training center and day trip operator in Labuan Bajo, Flores. Join us as we dive Komodo National Park via our custom built day trip boats and Komodo liveaboard, and descend into a location that is regularly rated as one of the Top 10 diving areas in the world. Shell yeah!
Diving Komodo with Uber Scuba is easy and we are the leading dive operator to take you safely to enjoy fun dives, try diving, get certified, go pro or a Komodo liveaboard around this legendary and Jurassic land. Komodo: a place where dragons roam, and manta rays call their home.
At Uber Scuba we guarantee that you will experience the most unforgettable diving the coral-rich waters of Komodo have to offer. You may be a scuba newbie or an experienced dive professional – the dive sites have Komodo have much to offer all levels from beginner to pro.
We are proud to have won a TripAdvisor “Certificate of Excellence” for 5 years in a row and even have a “Hall of Fame” recognition for our services, plus we are recommended by the traveller’s bible, the Lonely Planet. Safety is our number one priority and you can be assured that you are in safe hands when you dive Komodo with us.
Trust Uber Scuba to be “By Your Side in Every Tide”.
Why Dive Komodo with Uber Scuba?
We offer a variety of packages that will save you a considerable sum if you are planning to do multiple dives in Komodo National Park
“KLM Iona”, “KLM Karina” and “KLM Amalia” are our custom built and company-owned boats, each offering unsurpassed facilities for a comfortable trip.
Our diving equipment is well maintained and regularly serviced. We use the professional brands of ‘Scuba Pro‘ and ‘Mares’ for our customers safe enjoyment.
Our team of multilingual professionals are the pick of the crop in the Komodo region. Our team know all of the best diving sites, and how to dive them in the safest way.