Komodo Itinerary
7 Days /6 Nights

Looking for an unforgettable holiday experience? Komodo National Park is a brilliant choice! Located in Indonesia, this breathtaking holiday destination offers an incredible array of sights and activities to enjoy. Whether you’re interested in exploring the park’s pristine beaches, encountering the famous Komodo dragon, or simply relaxing on a boat and soaking up the sun, a holiday in Komodo is sure to be an unforgettable experience. Book your cruise in Komodo today and get ready to discover the natural wonders of this incredible region!

Your Komodo Cruise beginns | Day 1

You get picked up at the airport or hotel and are transferred to your yacht. Spend time familiarising yourself with the facilities onboard, get a safety briefing, and have a refreshing welcome drink. Our first stop, around Sabolon, is where you can go for your first snorkelling or diving sessions. Afterward, the yacht takes you to Kalong island. When the sun sets, thousands of Flying Foxes ascent for their nightly hunt

In the morning, you leave for the ranger station on Rinca Island. From there, the trekking tour takes you to the legendary Komodo dragons. A ranger will be there the entire tour to provide you with details about the wildlife of the Komodo National Park. Cruising to Central Komodo towards Siaba Besar – a tranquil Bay to lounge and relax in the afternoon. There are often dozens of turtles around and the hard coral garden is truly spectacular for diving and snorkelling.

Central Komodo to Padar | Day 3

Start the day snorkelling or diving Karang Makassar aka Manta Point. A highlight of Komodo. If you are lucky, you may see more than a dozen manta rays performing dances. Later, head to another session of snorkelling or diving at the famous Batu Bolong – a lone rock formation that is home to an abundance of fish and marine life. Relax and lunch next to sandbanks surrounded by turquoise Water. Towards the afternoon, the boat set sails in the direction Padar Island. Keen divers may go for another session there. 

Padar to Komodo Island | Day 4

Start your day early and hike Padar viewpoint – one of the most postcard-like views of the National Park. Then you cruise towards Pink Beach. The crushed red coral gives it its pink colour and thus its name. This is one of the very few pink sandy beaches worldwide, and snorkelling here is incredible. Towards the afternoon, either go for more diving and snorkelling or head out to visit a local fisherman village.

Komodo to Gili Laba | Day 5

Depart early and cruise towards the north of the Park. Stop on the way around Central Komodo for a diving or snorkelling session at one of the sites. It could be your second chance for Manta Ray sightings. The area of Gili Laba – how the sister islands of Gili Lawa Darat and Gili Lawa Laut is locally called – offers a broad variety of water activities. It is an excellent dive site and the bays are a great spot to practice your kayaking or SUPing skills.

North Komodo | Day 6

Start your day with some action-packed dives at Castle and Crystal Rock or head over to Tatawa to gently drift over one of the best coral gardens of Komodo National Park. Towards the afternoon, the boat heads to Kanawa Island or to Sebayur for snorkelling, watersports and beautiful beach explorations. 

Arrival in Labuan Bajo | Day 7

We wake up with the sun rising over Flores Island and you cruise back to Labuan Bajo and bid farewells. The crew takes you to the airport or your hotel in Labuan Bajo and your journey ends. 


Please note, this is a sample itinerary. Each Cruise is different and the detailed day-to-day itinerary and sites will be tailored to suit guests’ preferences as well as weather and ocean conditions. Private Charters are more flexible in the itinerary compared to scheduled Cruises. Your Cruise Director will work with you on the detailed day-to-day planning onboard.

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