Komodo is famous for the fearsome Komodo Dragons, but this tiny Indonesian island also has an incredible variety of life in the water around it too.
I’ve just added my in-depth article about scuba diving around Komodo island in Indonesia to Travelhappy’s sister site, Divehappy. The article was originally published in Scuba Diver AustralAsia magazine earlier this year, and now the mag’s off sale I can put it online. I’ve included quite a few semi decent photos to go with the article – they are not brilliant, but they give a fairly good idea of how amazing the marine life is around these still mainly uncharted waters. There’s also a fairly nifty video of a sea snake which are the most amazing creatures to watch moving – view the clip to see what I mean.
If you’re interested in reading more about the Komodo Dragons themselves – including my somewhat shaky video close encounter with them – have a look at my previous article Komodo Dragons: Up Close And Personal. There’s also my page on coming face to face with a deadly sea snake – which was nice – and some video clips of being in the water with the biggest fish in the world: the whale shark.