Shot Gun Dive Site Briefing: Video

Where is the Shot Gun dive site located?

Shot Gun is considered one of the top dive sites in Indonesia and is located on the north side between Gili Lawa Laut and Gili Lawa darat within the Komodo National Park in Indonesia.

Video: Komodo National Park Dive Site Briefing: “Shot Gun”

This video is a comprehensive dive site briefing for Shot Gun, one of the very best sites to dive in the Komodo region of Indonesia. This video briefing is led by Samata’s cruise director and expert dive instructor Michael Click. This video is perfect for divers of all levels and if you’re new to this sport, Samata offers PADI certification. Enjoy this briefing and if you have any questions or comments, we’d love to connect with you!

What you can expect to see on this dive:

  • Seafans
  • Large sponge coral
  • Balmies
  • Vibrant soft coral
  • “The Cauldron” – a spectacular formation which goes down to about 20-22 metres.
  • This dive site is predominantly focused on the happenings in the open water and often times we’ll catch a glimpse of some mantas.Komodo National Park

Excitement rating:

We rate this dive site 4.5/5 for excitement. The “Shot Gun” experience is a true adrenaline rush. It is one of the best dive sites in all of the Komodo National Park and for more information, check out our other article about the Best Dive Sites in Komodo. 


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About Samata: Handcrafted in 2006 on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, Samata combines French interior design, European styling, open-plan living and dining, and contemporary amenities. Samata’s interior, warmly inviting with an understated contemporary chic influence, has been specifically designed to accommodate 10 guests in absolute luxury.

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