Cruising Komodo and Beyond

Explore Flores with a cruise adventure and for those feeling extra adventurous, why stop here? There are tons of certified cruise and boat charter operators available to take you away to an ocean expedition on magnificent ships that could sail the entire length of the NTT if you so wish.

Photo by @barefootyachtsindonesia via Instagram

Sail towards Komodo National Park and Labuan Bajo as well as the surrounding islands from Bali, and along the way, explore the breathtaking sights and the underwater world of Lombok, Sumbawa, Sumba, Alor and even Sulawesi. Do conduct your due diligence as it is best to do your research before booking your preferred operator. There are options for full board or half board packages, including meals, accommodation on-board and WiFi, or you and your friends could charter an entire sailboat or cruise ship  like the Aqua Luna Selini for the ultimate privacy, service and luxury.

Photo courtesy of Aqua Luna Selini

Prices would vary depending on the packages you choose and the level of luxury you desire. Those on a higher spectrum offer packages going for about IDR 9 million to IDR 30 million per person.

Photo courtesy of Aqua Luna Selini

However with popular demand and through the use of social media, affordable group sailing and tour packages around Labuan Bajo and the Komodo National Park are now available for groups of up to 10 people with rates starting from IDR 2 million per person depending on preferences.


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