Day Tours To Komodo is the most popular daily boat tour into Komodo National Park. This day trip is available both from Labuan Bajo and from Bali. There will be 2 options for the boat when you are going with this tour; using a local wooden boat tour (the boat has no cabin) and using a speedboat. You can use a local wooden boat with a cabin if you are traveling with children so that you may take a rest in the cabin if you need to.
Destinations | Day Tours to Komodo
Komodo dreamland tour offers day tours to Padar Island , Komodo Island, Pink Beach, and Manta Point. Day tours to Komodo start early around 5:30 AM from Labuan Bajo. Komodo island is the island where to see Komodo dragons besides Rinca Island.
The first destination is Padar Island, a trip that takes 3 hours (Local wooden boat no cabin). Bear in mind that the boat engine sometimes sounds loud when you use this type of boat. Along the way, you can only be amazed by the beauty of the surrounding scenery. It feels like being in the Jurassic Park movie set.
The fact of Padar Island is one of the favorite destinations! Hiking to the top of Padar Island takes around 15 minutes. Hiking to Padar Island is not too heavy, compared to the previous condition which was no cement step ladder and today you will find it. The first stop of the Day Tours To Komodo has just finished.
Until on the island of Komodo, we are gathered to meet with the ranger. Paying for the tickets. Briefing briefly, choose the 3 options trekking ( short: 45”-1 hour, medium: 1-1,5 hours, long: 2 hours) then we will start trekking. July is the season for Komodo to have matting. Komodo is more difficult to find this month. They are on the mountain a lot or in hidden areas. Sometimes you find only 1 or 2 Komodo. The second stop of Day Tours To Komodo has just finished.
The third stop is Pink Beach! Arriving near Pink Beach, the boat stops for snorkeling. Pink Beach is really good for swimming ‘pretty’ for those who are not good at swimming. The water is clear, the waves are not too big. The third stop of the Day Tours To Komodo has just finished.
Taka Makassar is a very small island. This island will look beautiful when the seawater is receding. Where the sand is soft white and surrounded by turquoise waters. Usually, visitors will be brought here before heading to Manta Point Komodo. The combination of white sand and clear sea water is so captivating.
The color of the sand on this beach is so unique, some are white and some are pink. However, the pink sand here is not as much as it is in Pink Beach. Here, the sand is smooth and rough, and many corals die on it. The beach surrounding Takak Makassar is very shallow and tour boats cannot dock to its shores.
Taka Makassar is still in the tourist area of Komodo National Park. Where the location is right next to Komodo Island. Similar to Manta Point, to go to Taka Makassar, usually use a tour boat that has been arranged by a travel agent parked in the middle of the sea. Then take a small boat to visit Manta Point Taka Makassar Komodo.
Finish from Pink Beach, the boat moves towards Manta Point, a place where manta rays usually gather. If you are lucky, you will find them gather around. Manta Point is the last destination for island-hopping that day. The return trip will be spent around 2.5 hours. We will arrive again in Labuan Bajo port around 6 pm. The fourth stop of Day Tour To Komodo has just finished.
Kanawa Island is the last destinations on day tours to Komodo. It is a small island that has crystal clear sea water with white sand and very beautiful coral reefs. As the last destination on a day tours to Komodo and other overnight boat tours, this island has a gradation of blue sea water and is very suitable as a tourist spot to relieve fatigue due to busy work. The tiny huts on the beach and the shade of the Ketapang tree will amaze you and feel the luckiest person on earth who can enjoy its beauty. Kanawa Island is one of the most popular destinations for local and foreign tourists on Flores Island, Labuan Bajo.
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