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Located close to Flores Island in Indonesia, the Komodo National Park is much more than dragons. It’s a place with unique fauna and flora, beautiful from the top of the mountains to the bottom of the sea. The Komodo dragons are the star of the show, but the natural spectacle in Komodo National Park goes beyond those dangerous lizards. All the top things to do in Komodo Islands are related to nature, so be prepared for an overdose of stunning views, crystal clear water, colored corals, curious fishes, giant bats, sun and sweat. The perfect combination for an unforgettable adventure trip.
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Labuan Bajo – Rinca – Kalong
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. We set sail for Rinca Island. We’ll have lunch on the way and once there, will visit the ranger station for trekking to see the Komodo dragon guided by the fully experienced ranger. Once finished with the trekking depending on time, we will visit Pulau Pempe before sailing to Kalong Island where we will anchor for the night. On sunset, we will see thousands of bats flying to the mainland in search of food.
Padar Island – Pink Beach – Manta Point – Siaba
Early morning, we will head to Padar Island where guests can do sunrise trekking. Hiking to the top can be challenging however, once there you will find the perfect location for photos. After trekking, we will enjoy breakfast while sailing to Komodo Island to visit Pink Beach for a quick swim before continuing to Manta Point and Makassar reef. Manta Point is a spot where manta rays are often encountered. These creatures can grow up to 3 metres wide and are truly spectacular. Reefs in this area are 2 to 10 metres deep so excellent for snorkelling and in addition to manta rays, this area is home to turtles, sharks, eagle rays, giant trevally, huge clams, sponges and cuttlefish amongst others. After spending the afternoon in this area, we will sail to Pulau Siaba where we can usually find turtles and possibly some manta rays before anchoring for the night.
Sebayor – Kanawa – Labuan Bajo
After breakfast, we’ll sail to Sebayor and Kanawa Islands for snorkelling and sit seeing before heading to Labuan Bajo. We will be arriving at around 3 pm for transfer to your hotel or the airport.
The route is always organized according to the weather conditions, currents and tides.