|Region||LABUAN BAJO, INDONESIA|
|Category||ADVENTURE TREK & HIKE|
|Activities||HIKING, CLIMBING, MULTI-ACTIVITY|
|Comfort||MODERATE / COMFORTABLE|
|Visa||NOT REQUIRED FOR INDIANS|
|Travel Insurance||STRONGLY RECOMMENDED|
Early flight from Bali to Labuan Bajo, classical departure harbour to Komodo National Park. Pick up at the airport and short transfer (10 minutes) to the harbour. You start sailing to the national park. On the way you will discover the first coral reefs of the area, and maybe meet dugongs, the cow-like marine animals are common here. Dinner on board followed by a naural show of thousands of flying foxes leaving the mangrove and soaring towards themainland as dusk falls.
After breakfast you set foot on Rinca Island. A short trek with a local ranger in the forest enables you to meet famous Komodo dragons. This walk also displays amazing panoramas of the archipelago. Then, you sail to Komodo Island and Pink Beach, with its famous coloured sand. After a magical snorkelling session here with turtles if you are lucky, you go for a second hike on the island, once again with a ranger. In addition to dragons, you can also see buffalos, wild pigs and white cockatoos... At the end of the afternoon, you visit the local village of Komodo. Dinner and overnight onboard.
A lot of snorkelling is on the agenda for today: starting with Manta point where you can swim with the rays, turtles, and sometimes even reef sharks. Then, you head to Kanawa, where you may be lucky enough to see Lionfish, Humphead Parrotfish and Bluespotted stingray. Late this afternoon, you embark on a short hike on Gili Lawa to enoy an amazing panorama as the sun sets.
This morning is a last opportunity to go snorkelling near to Bidadari Island. Then, you head back to Labuan Bajo, for your airport transfer and flight back to Bali.
Please note that sailing distances are in nautical miles. Sailing times are indicative and may vary depending on tides, weather conditions and route variations. Your guides reserve the right to modify the itinerary or cancel excursions for safety or unforseen logistical reasons.