Have you ever heard about Komodo? It is perhaps the only breed from a dinosaur family that still exist. Komodo is a giant reptile that goes to the list of protected animals. Can only be found in five islands in Indonesia, Komodo is among the most attracting animal to see. Four of those five islands are located in Komodo National Park, a conservation site that was established in 1980 by the Indonesian government under its declaration as World Heritage Site. Komodo National Park is only one example of destinations that you will visit during your Komodo cruises Labuan Bajo trip.
Trip with Cruises to Komodo
There are other amazing destinations and activities to visit and to do when taking a Komodo cruises Labuan Bajo trip. On Komodo island itself there so many other wildlife to see besides Komodo dragons. When coming to Komodo island by using Komodo liveaboard, you will get the chance to stop in several snorkeling spots to see the most beautiful underwater biodiversity within the area of Komodo National Park. Not only that, the land area of the conservation site is also the home of hundreds of rare species that you will visit during your Komodo cruises Labuan Bajo trip. And, of course, the pink beach, one popular spot on Komodo island that you must not miss!
Komodo Cruises Labuan Bajo and Other Boats
Since Komodo island is located near other beautiful islands, a trip such as Komodo cruises Labuan Bajo will give you the opportunity to visit those islands within the same trip. Isn’t that amazing? Among those beautiful islands are Labuan Bajo, Padar, Rinca, Kelor, Kalong, and Sebayur. Each of the islands offers you different attractions. You can pick some of them or simply follow the package offered by your tour agency.
To give you ideas on what these islands have to offer, we will break down each of them in short. Labuan Bajo is a city located on Flores island which is famous for its culinary attractions and its fish markets. While Kelor island offers an amazing view from its top, the same-size island of Kalong offers a sunset scene with thousands of bats. Rinca and Padar, bigger islands than the previous two, are well known as great destinations for trekking. Finally, perfect spots to amaze the beautiful underwater life can be easily reached from Sebayur island. The island is surrounded with so many nearby diving and snorkeling sites, such as Crystal Rocks, Castle Rock, Batu Bolong and some other more.