Tour module round trip 3 days Komodo adventure
Komodo and Rinca are the islands you’ll visit by boat. Here you’ll find the giant Komodo dragons, the prehistoric four-legged that live freely in this big reserve
As spectacular as the dragons is the underwater world around the islands. Here you can dive and snorkel in one of the most beautiful sea gardens in the world!
There’s not much rain on these islands, but if you really want to travel during the dry season, then go between March and November.
You’ll stay overnight on the boat, the Bintang Laut, which is a rather luxury boat equipped with AC-cabins
We also have a less expensive variant with overnight stay on deck, which is about € 400 less on the total amount. Ask our specialists about it.
€ 675 p.p. based on 2 persons on boat with AC cabins
€ 345 p.p. based on 4 persons on simple boat
€ 465 p.p. based on 4 persons on boat with AC cabins
High season(1 July-15 August): +10%
•Accommodation based on bed and breakfast, during your stay on the boat 2 x lunch, 1 x diner
•Transfers from and to the harbour, hotel and airport
•Local English speaking guide and cook during boat trip Komodo
•Excursions including entrance fees
•Intercontinental and domestic flights
•Camera-fee in Komodo park (payable on site)
•Tips and personal expenses
•Travel- and cancellation insurances
•Booking fee and contribution Calamiteitenfonds €30 per booking
•SGR contribution € 5 per person
•CO2 compensation € 22 per person
•Surcharge AC boat € 500 per boat
Starting January 1st 2023, there might be a surcharge for Komodo NP entrance fee from € 25 to € 250 per person. The surcharge is not yet included in the price.
Day 1 Arrival Labuan Bajo and boat trip to Kelor, Rinca and Kalong islands
Padar, Komodo , Pink beach and Kanawa
Day 3 Cave, market and departure from Flores
Bintang Laut - Komodo
The islands in Komodo National Park can only be reached by boat. There are various types of boats, from 4 to 20 people. The boat on the photo is the Bintang Laut and has cabins with air conditioning, simple toilet and mandi basin. You have your own cook on board. meer info more info Informations supplémentaires
Fitra Mandiri boat - Komodo
The islands in Komodo National Park can only be reached by boat. There are various types of boats, from 4 to 20 people. The boat on the photo is the Fitra Mandiri. You sleep on deck. The boat has a simple toilet and mandi basin. You have your own cook on board. meer info more info Informations supplémentaires
Puri Sari Labuan Bajo
The small and cosy Puri Sari is located directly on the beach of Labuan Bajo. All 11 rooms have a sea view and a terrace. The hotel has a swimming pool, and Wi-Fi is available in the restaurant. meer info more info Informations supplémentaires
KomodoThe marine park has several hundred islands, of which Komodo, Rinca and Padar are the best known. You can go trekking on Komodo and Rinca in search of prehistoric Komodo dragons. The ascent of the island of Padar provides a beautiful panorama. To visit the Komodo park it is best to rent a boat for 2 days, with an overnight stay on the boat.
Diving and snorkelling enthusiasts can indulge themselves in the Komodo park. Divers in particular have a variety of dive spots, ranging from quiet for beginners to the "Shotgun" for experienced divers. Manta rays come almost all year round to the dive site Makassar reef, also known as Manta Point.
Divers can choose two options for Komodo: day trip from Labuan Bajo, where you have to take into account boat trips of at least an hour to and from the dive sites, or a multi-day liveaboard.
Labuan BajoLabuan Bajo literally means "The harbor of the sea nomads". Labuan Bajo used to be a fishing village, but in recent years tourism has been the main source of income. Every year new hotels are added, from budget to 5 stars. Komodo, and thus Labuan Bajo, attract about 180,000 tourists every year.
Labuan Bajo is the base for trips to the famous Komodo islands. The town has a cozy center, surrounded by a one-way road above and below the center. Both on the mountain and at the bottom along the coast there is a succession of restaurants, homestays, diving schools and tour operators.
In addition to Komodo, you can take day trips in the area of Labuan Bajo to various waterfalls, the underwater cave Batu Cermin (especially in the morning, when the sun reflects in the water) or to traditional villages.
You can enjoy good food at Treetop or the expensive Atlantis Beach Club.
Our favorite hotels are the Puri Sar, on the south side of the town, Green Hill Boutique resort above the center or the remote and luxurious Plataran Komodo and the Sudamala resort on the island of Seraya.