KOMODO NATIONAL PARK
Explore a remote southern corner of Komodo National Park, very few boats ever visit here so you will likely have the area to yourself. This is the perfect place to indulge in adrenaline-inducing watersports. Currents keep the water here nutrient-rich and healthy, providing some of the healthiest coral reefs in the world. After a day of exploring, gather on the deserted beach and enjoy sundowners and a barbecue on the sand as the sun sets the water ablaze around you.
Discover the home of the enormous Komodo dragon. As well as the eponymous dragons find notable species of birds such as the orange-footed scrub fowl and mammals ranging from Timor deer to endemic rats. Explore Padar Island’s pristine waters. Trek inland and discover a hidden spot with views over the island in every direction witnessing three coloured sand beaches – bright white, coral pink, and volcanic black. Enjoy sundowners in this spectacular viewpoint before hiking back down to your yacht.
Wake up and explore a secluded bay that houses manta rays, colourful coral, and an incredible array of dolphins. Dive some of Komodo’s most iconic and exhilarating sites where you can see an abundance of healthy marine life including reef sharks, eagle rays, whalesharks, and huge shoals of fusiliers. Enjoy a beach set up on one of the famous soft pink sand beaches for a serene day of secluded relaxation.
Embark on a challenging hike into the depths of the island. As the trail begins to climb, find yourself rising above the rest of the island with spectacular views in every direction. See the reef rising up in the turquoise water and witness the island change colour as the sun descends below the horizon. Celebrate your final night in Komodo with a barefoot candlelit dinner on a deserted island.
Take in final views over these stunning islands as you cruise back to Labuan Bajo where you will begin your journey home.