DiveKomodo have been diving Komodo and Indonesia's remote eastern islands since 1981. It is our experience that Indonesia has some of the best diving in the world, and Komodo is its best diving destination.
The reef manta ray (Manta alfredi) is a species of ray in the family Mobulidae, the largest rays in the world. Among generally recognized species, it is the second-largest species of ray, only surpassed by the giant oceanic manta ray
Impacts February's most common impact
Bleaching occurs when corals expel their symbiotic zooxanthellae - pigmented, algae-like protozoa that live within the coral's cells. High temperature, pollution or other stresses can cause the coral to expel its zooxanthellae, leading to a lighter or complete loss of color.
Once you have claimed your page, you will be able to edit and update the information it contains, to ensure your profile is always complete and up to date.
Stay in Touch
As a page owner, you will be able to receive notifications and enquiries from MantaWatchers who visit your page. This will help you stay in touch with the Mantawatchers who have dived with you, and respond to future MantaWatchers.
Monitor your local manta populations
As a page owner you will be able to access our Data Dashboard to view and analyze data about the manta populations in your areas. This information can assist you in preparing conservation recommendations and plans, and presenting those plans to local governments and decision makers.
Once you connect your Facebook page, every time your guests report a manta sighting it will be published to your Facebook page, as well as to MantaWatch's and your guest's Facebook profiles. This is a great way to maintain contact with your Facebook fans, and encourage other to share your commitment to manta conservation.
Help us increase awareness and support for manta ray conservation by proudly displaying your manta ID photos and a map of recent sightings on your Facebook timeline.