Let’s explore the land of the world’s biggest lizards, Komodo National Park. Currents are pretty known in the area to drag flows of dolphins, sharks, manta or eagle rays, pelagics and schools of fish… Four full days to enjoy this world class snorkeling area and discover the wonders of Komodo National Park. Not forgetting the excursions whose few hikes and the encounter with the huge komodo dragons, masters of this savannah’s territory.
Labuan Bajo – Sebayor
Upon arrival in Labuan Bajo, you will be picked up at airport by our team to join the boat. Welcome drink, boat briefing including safety rules on board and introduction of the crew members.
Sailing towards the island of “Sebayor” for about 2h30 of navigation.
Bathing and relaxing followed by a beautiful and short hike on ‘Goat Island‘ are on the program for this first day.
We’ll enjoy a nice appetizer during sunset before an amazing dinner to end this beautiful day.
Crystal Bay – Gili Lawa Darat
Awakening in an idyllic surroundings followed by a healthy breakfast, we enjoy the magic of Komodo park and this feeling to the world end’s, before heading to North of the Park!
About 2 hours later, we arrive at ‘Crystal Bay‘, with its turquoise waters and its white sandy beach, it also houses a beautiful coral reef, swimming and snorkeling at will!
In the middle of the afternoon, we will head towards the island of ‘Gili Lawa Darat‘ where we will anchor for the night.
Last snorkeling session in the “Path” or the “Cauldron”.
A superb hike awaits for you at sunset with a breathtaking view on the park panorama.
Mantas rays – Komodo Dragons – Kampung Rinca – Kalong
In the morning after an hour of sailing, we go swimming with the majestic Mantas rays of “Karang Makassar”, where they come to feed and get rid of their parasites by thousands of tropical fish.
Depending on the tides, we will decide the time of departure towards Rinca and we will head North to join the bay of “Loh Buaya” where our local guide awaits for us to meet the infamous Komodo Dragons which can measure up to 3.50 meters!
It is pretty common during this ballad to cross hinds, pigs, monkeys and wild buffalo.
If the weather allows, we will visit the traditional village of Rinca where the “Bajo” people, an ancient Sea Gypsies population, now sedentary, live in their colored houses that are built on stilts and exclusively from the products of the sea.
Return to the boat for an incredible show at sunset when thousands of bats are flying away, we don’t tell you more…
Pulau Kelor and return to Labuan Bajo
In the morning, we’re heading North-East towards a charming islet bordered by a beautiful white sandy beach: Pulau Kelor, where we will make a last stop for swimming and relaxation.
Return to Labuan Bajo (1h to 1h30 sailing).
End of the trip, transfer to the airport according to your flight schedule.
The route and dives are always organized according to the weather conditions, the currents and tides.