Join Keiritas Yoga aboard the luxurious Carpe Diem Phinisi to spend a blissful time enjoying the stunning beauty of the Komodo National Marine Park in Indonesia. Your days will be pretty full with your yoga and scuba diving activities but you will still have time to rest and relax also. The retreat is open to non-diving yogis also who may wish to just chill out on board reading and sunbathing or avail of the kayaking, paddle boarding, and snorkeling activities instead.
Program of the week :
– You will be rising early for the peaceful morning yoga and meditation session. After class, enjoy a delicious healthy variety of continental, Mediterranean, or English breakfast. After breakfast, you will enjoy your morning scuba dive or snorkel in the beautiful Komodo Marine Park. After the morning dive, you are free to relax on the Carpe Diem’s before lunch is served at 1:00 pm. You will complete your second scuba dive or snorkeling excursion after lunch, followed by evening yoga and meditation in the evening. A wholesome dinner will be served shortly after your gentle sunset yoga practice.
Day 1 – 3
We will be boarding the Carpe Diem and go to south Rinca where we will spend two nights. We will reach the South of Rinca during the day and spend the night there. We will go to the south of Gili Motang, back to South Rinca for the night.
Day 4 – 6
We will move to Nusa Duawaju where we will dive and snorkel in Manta Alley and in Loh Sera. Finally in the afternoon we will move to Loh Sera and spend the night there. Today we will move to south east Pulau Padar. We will spend night there. We will move to Pulau Komodo national park office bay in the morning. We will spend the night around there.
Day 7 – 9
Today we will move to Gili Lawa Dara in the morning and clim bit for amazing sunrise pictures. Finally we will climb to admire the sunset. We will spend the night there. We will finally disembark in Labuan Bajo Depend say goodbye to our captain and crew and transfer to the airport for our onward travel.
The route and dives are always organized according to the weather conditions, the currents and tides.