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Satonda Island stands as a must-see dive site for liveaboard diving enthusiasts exploring the Komodo region. Embarking on a dedicated Satonda cruise offers an extraordinary opportunity to experience this captivating dive site. The main features of diving at Satonda include encountering a diverse range of marine life, from colorful reef fish to occasional sightings of turtles. Exploring the vibrant coral formations and underwater landscapes of Satonda unveils a world of natural beauty and rich biodiversity. With its serene ambiance and captivating underwater scenery, diving at Satonda promises an unforgettable liveaboard diving experience that showcases the wonders of this hidden gem in the Komodo area


When To Go Diving

Satonda Island offers excellent diving conditions throughout the year. The best time to dive here is during the dry season from April to November when the visibility is at its peak. Divers can encounter a variety of fish species, including colorful reef fish, angelfish, butterflyfish, and occasional sightings of turtles. The currents around Satonda Island are generally mild to moderate, providing a comfortable diving experience. The underwater temperature ranges from 26 to 30 degrees °C (79 to 86 degrees °F), creating favorable conditions for divers to explore the captivating underwater world of Satonda

What to see

Exploring the waters surrounding Satonda reveals a diverse array of fish species, including colorful reef fish such as angelfish, butterflyfish, and surgeonfish. The coral formations that adorn the underwater landscape of Satonda Island provide a stunning backdrop, showcasing a variety of hard and soft corals. This enchanting dive site invites divers to immerse themselves in the natural beauty of Satonda and witness the rich marine biodiversity that thrives beneath its waves

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