VINI LIVEABOARD is your second fleet on Komodo National Park. Built with almost entirely teak wood with a perfect furnish will bring you to the luxury but still in a very affordable price!
Let's discuss about your own style either want to do private tour or a shared tour! :)
CHARTER INCLUDED AND ITINERARY
– All Meals during cruises (7x Meals)
-- 10 peoples maximum
– Cabin with air conditioner
– Kitchen and Toilet
– Entrance Fees for all visits on the island
– Ranger fees at Komodo National Park
– Mineral water
– Coffee / Tea
– Afternoon snacks (Fried banana or bread)
– Snorkeling Gears (Fin and masker)
– Life Jacket
– English Speaking Tour Guide
– Free Airport Transfers / Hotel Transfers 2x
– Travel Insurances
Day 01 : LABUAN BAJO – KANAWA ISLAND – MANTA POINT – GILI LAWA ISLAND
Upon Arrival in Labuan Bajo Airport, our Crew will meet you and arrange a quick transfer to the Harbor. We will begin the trips with cruising to Kanawa Island with 1.5 hours trip. At Kanawa Island, enjoy the white beach and snorkeling under crystal clear water for 2-3 hours. After Kanawa we will cruising to Manta Point to swim with the manta fish (Manta Rays). In the afternoon we sailing to Gili Lawa island and if time is enough, we can do the sunset trekking to the peak of Gili Lawa island.
Day 02 : PADAR ISLAND – KOMODO ISLAND – PINK BEACH – NAMONG BEACH – KALONG ISLAND – KOMODO VILLAGE
(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Wake up at dawn and do the early trekking to see the sunrise from the peak of Gili Lawa. From Gili Lawa we will continue sailing to Padar Island with 2-3 hours trip. Trekking to the peak of Padar Island to witness the best view on Komodo National Park. Continue to Komodo National Park and trekking about 1-2 hours with the ranger on the island, see the komodo Dragon on their wild Island. Afterward, enjoy snorkeling at Pink Beach and Namong Beach. In the Afternoon, At late afternoon, we will cruising to kalong island to see a thousand of flying bats over the beautiful sunset sky. We will anchor at Komodo Village to stay overnight.
Day 03 : TAKA MAKASSAR – KELOR ISLAND – LABUAN BAJO
Begin at 07.30 am we will cruise to Taka Makassar Island. Snorkeling and laying down on the beach for about 2 hours. From here, we cruise to Kelor island for snorkeling. In the afternoon, we are going back to Labuan Bajo and drop to Airport or to the hotel. Cruises Ended.
Itineraries and arranged sightseeing are subject to change at any time due to unforeseen circumstances or circumstances beyond Komodo Trip control. Every effort will be made to operate tours as planned, but alterations may occur after the final itinerary has been issued.
If you plan to stay at a hotel in labuan bajo after this cruise, the trip can be extend then till 17.00
Member since May 2017
i was gone everywhere since graduated from university in Bandung. i went to the mountains, beaches, jungles, and other beautiful places in indonesia.
but now the journey is stopped and i am starting a new life in Labuan Bajo. Why Labuan Bajo? because i'm realize that i really love the sea, the sound of the wind, the birds, and everything within. and also labuan bajo is the only place to see the last dragon on earth. That's really cool!
i love snorkeling, i do freediving, sometimes fishing, and most of the time i really love to spend the night on the beach. To see the starlight, the milkyway of course (i have a lot of pictures of it) is one of my dream when i was a little and now i am finally make it happens! That is a standard of success for me.
I really love to invite all of you to come here so we can explore together every inch of place in Labuan Bajo! :)
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Spectacular Nusa Tenggara is a sailing paradise. In this Indonesian island paradise, you’ll find the Komodo National Park, home to the world’s largest lizard and a great place to explore with a yacht charter.
No such thing as dragons? Choose your Sailo yacht charter and enjoy sailing to Komodo Island to discover these mythical beasts in the flesh. And the island they live on is pretty stunning too!
Komodo is a rugged island and national park, sitting in between East and West Nusa Tenggara.