Cruises to Flores & Komodo National Park
A cruise to flores and komodo national park is ideal for who wants to travel off the beaten track. Meaning “flower”, in portuguese, flores is the new favorite of the lesser sunda islands.
Start your cruise to flores and komodo from the gili islands on one of our ships! Or fly directly to labuan bajo (flores) from denpasar (bali)!
Our cruise to Flores and Komodo National Park combines sea and land activities, so that you can explore the best that this magic land has to offer both above and below the surface!
There are 13 active volcanoes in Flores and volcano hikes are one of the main attraction on land. Kelimutu is one of the most famous, and from its peak it offers a stunning view over the mystical three-coloured lakes. Make your cruise to Flores and Komodo a memorable trip! Explore the island’s variety of cultures and visit Flores’ traditional villages, hot springs and volcanoes! The sea will not disappoint you and you will be mesmerised by Komodo archipelago’s magnificent bays and deserted beaches. This cruise to Flores and Komodo will bring you to small paradisiac islands where you will swim in turquoise waters surrounded by colourful fish!
Come aboard our cruise to Flores and Komodo and make a dream come true!
Many of our cruises to Flores starts from Labuan Bajo, the island’s main hub and largest tourist town. Labuan Bajo is the starting point for excursions to Komodo and Rinca, where you will meet the famous Komodo dragons and swim with manta rays.
We also offer cruises to Flores and Komodo that bring you across the Lesser Sunda Islands from the Gili Islands to Labuan Bajo. You will cruise to Flores and Komodo aboard one of our sailing ships. Once in Flores, you will explore this wild island off the beaten track at your own pace.
Another remarkable cruise itinerary crosses the Ring of Fire, bringing you to see the hammerhead sharks in the Banda Sea. With departure from Maumere, this trip takes place during the mid-season (Oct – Nov & Apr – May). Our cruise from Flores to the Banda Sea also stops in Alor (Flores), the muck diving paradise.