7D6N Flores and Komodo Open Trip

7D6N Flores and Komodo Open Trip

Schedule 2018:

  • 30 Dec 17 – 5 Jan 2018 (full)
  • 25 - 31 Jan 18 (full)
  • 28 April - 4 May
  • 17-23 August
  • 7-13 September 
  • 21-27 December 

Itinerary:

Day 1
Meeting point in Labuan Bajo, Port Pelni - KP3, start 09.30, Kelor Island, Rinca Island (trekking komodo dragons), Padar Island (trekking and snorkeling, hunting sunset).

Day 2
Padar Island, Nama / Pink Beach, Pink Beach in Komodo, Gili Lawa

Day 3
Gili Lawa, Manta Point, Taka Makasar Sand Island, back to Labuan Bajo, Dinner in Kampung Ujung.

Day 4
To the village of Wae Rebo, via Denge and Dintor, trekking and stay there.

Day 5
Dintor, Cancar, Ruteng, journey to Bajawa.

Day 6
Kampung Bena, back to Bajawa, to Ende and check in hotel in Moni. 

Day 7
Enjoy the beauty of sunrise in Lake Kelimutu, Museum Bung Karno, transfer to the airport / hotel in Ende

Includes:

  • Transportation during the trip (fan sailing boat)
  • AC Transport
  • 2 nights on boat, 1 night in LBAJO Hotel, 1 night in Wae Rebo Village, 1 night in Bajawa, 1 night in Ende / Moni
  • Meals during trip
  • Entrance tickets (Indonesian) except boat taxi (ojek) in Pink Beach and Taka Makassar
  • Guide (Indonesian)

Excludes:

  • Flight ticket
  • Tips for guides
  • Personal expenses
  • Snorkeling gear
  • Telephone, laundry
  • Eat, drink, and snack outside the program

Note:

  • Minimum departure: 5 participants. Price will be reduced if there are 7 participants and above.
  • It is advised to bring jacket, sandals / shoes for trekking, snorkeling equipment (if not you could rent it in Labuan Bajo), scarves, sunglasses, hat, camera, personal medicines.
  • If things happen beyond control such as natural disasters, bad weather, and other factors that cause the trip can not be done, we will seek to transfer to other destinations or activities and participants can not ask for a refund.
  • Itinerary may change at any time.
  • To support #1traveler program 1 book program, it is expected each participant to bring at least one book to be donated to children in the village of Komodo Island or Wae Rebo.
  • Price is subject to change if there is a significant increasing prices for ship, hotel etc.
Duration : 7 Days 6 Nights
Availability : Based on Schedule
Minimum : 1
Maximum : 7
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Per Person
IDR 5.400.000
Dasi Guesthouse (Room/Night)
IDR 250.000
TOTAL : IDR

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Monday – Friday, 9am - 5pm

Flores, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia

About 7D6N Flores and Komodo Open Trip

Open trip is a joint / shared tour for the single traveler or individual participant (non-group) in which participants join other participants in the tour schedule that has been determined from the trip organizer. This trip has a minimum and maximum number of participants. One person can join in this shared trip and the great thing about this is that you can also make new friends during your holiday. A participant who wants to follow the open trip should not seek or collect the minimum number of people in one group because of a trip organizer can merges another participants who registered into one group. Flores, a long island located between Sumbawa and Timor, is strewn with volcanoes in a mountain chain dividing it into several regions with distinctive languages and traditions, scenic beauty, good beaches and natural wonders. Meanwhile, Komodo National Park is located in the center of the Indonesian archipelago, between Sumbawa and Flores islands. Established in 1980, initially the main purpose of the Park was to conserve the unique Komodo dragon (Varanus komodoensis) and its habitat. However, over the years, the goals for the Park have expanded to protecting its entire biodiversity, both terrestrial and marine.

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733 Reviews from TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Eddiemack (Pompano Beach, Florida)
Reviewed 20 May 2018

"Dragons & Deer & Pigs, Oh My!"

The world-renowned great wildlife island of Komodo is the desolate domain of a fierce and very rare species of reptile that bears the look of a prehistoric dinosaur. It is appropriately called the...

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William P (Glendale, Arizona)
Reviewed 17 May 2018

"Fascinating to look at these beasts!"

We visited here on a ship tour. This is a true wildlife refuge allowing you to go back in time a few million years to the age of the dinosaurs! These dragons are fierce carnivores, good runners...

Visited May 2018 Read More...


Rhinochaser1 (Sacramento)
Reviewed 01 May 2018

"Lots of Dragons All Around"

We seem to have had a very good day. Was in a large Perama organized fast boat and saw 7 or 8 Komodo Dragons, many quite close. In fact, at times, the were on multiple sides of us and you had to...

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