A new frontier for liveaboard diving in Indonesia, East Flores and Alor boast 3,000 species of fish, the chance to see both mola mola and sperm whales, and dive sites in the shadows of live volcanoes.
One of the newest liveaboard routes in Indonesia, East Flores and Alor wow divers with their diversity of dive sites. One day you may be diving in the shadows of an active volcano, and the next will find you muck diving with paddle flap rhinopias and wonderpus. Still other days, you’ll descend into heavy current expecting to see mola mola or hammerhead sharks. Topside, you might spot sperm whales or visit traditional villages. East Flores and Alor are remote destinations with little land-based diving available, so liveaboards are recommended to divers visiting the area. Typical itineraries last 11 nights, and the best time to dive Flores and Alor is from May to November.