Diving in Komodo is suitable mostly for experienced divers. It is very important to prioritize safety, and also it is very essential for divers to understand seascape and the current prior every dive.
Strong current during Komodo diving can be hazardous, not only to novice divers but also to experience one. Currents can be physically demanding, accelerate the amount of air you use as you swim away, against it, or drift.
Dive within your comfort zone and limits. If you have never trained to dive in strong currents, then dive sites ‘notoriously’ known for strong current are definitely not your cup of tea. Dive with reliable dive operators who are reputable in prioritizing safety over delivering promise to dive at specific site.
Understand currents prior the Komodo diving. Currents vary in intensity through water columns and it doesn’t go the same direction from top to bottom.