Liveaboard Komodo Island Trip

Sail With Your Own Style

Hello Travelers! Komodo Luxury provides services Komodo Island liveaboards, where adventure meets prestige in sea ​​waters around Komodo Island. Discover the awesomeness of Komodo and beyond as you set sail on an extraordinary liveaboard experience tailored to exceed your every expectation.


Find into the depths of adventure with Komodo Island liveaboard that promise not only world-class diving opportunities but also luxurious accommodations

VVIP

VIP

Deluxe

Speedboat

FAQ

The Liveaboards in Komodo Island vary depending on the type of boat, facilities, and the duration of the rental. Please contact us to receive a customized price quote that aligns with your budget.

Yes, the liveaboards price includes the crew and guide. They will ensure the safety and enjoyment of your journey in Labuan Bajo.

The booking process is straightforward. You can contact us via WhatsApp to check availability and discuss the details of your journey. Afterward, we will guide you through the booking process.

We provide basic snorkeling equipment; however, if you have personal preferences or your own equipment, we recommend bringing them. Feel free to inquire about the necessary preparations before the trip for confirmation of available diving and snorkeling equipment.

Absolutely! Our liveaboards cater to both divers and non-divers. Non-divers can still enjoy the breathtaking scenery, engage in snorkeling activities, and explore islands and beaches of Komodo Island during the liveaboard journey.

Due to the 3D2N trip sailing in the Komodo National Park, we navigate through bay waters, ensuring calm waves and currents.

For open trip departures, participants are expected to arrive at Komodo Airport by 09.00 am at the latest, as pick-ups will commence between 09.30 am and 10.30 am.

Private trips allow more flexibility, as the check-in time for private charter boats can be adjusted according to participants’ schedules. However, an earlier check-in is recommended to avoid time constraints at the destination.

Labuan Bajo trips are known for their natural beauty and underwater wonders, often requiring extensive travel. Staying on the boat allows participants to visit all destinations without rushing, providing a relaxed experience with booked cabin accommodations, eliminating the need for a hotel stay.

The 3D2N trip involves a 3-day, 2-night stay on a Phinisi boat, offering a more leisurely and relaxed exploration of predetermined destinations.

The 1D trip uses a speedboat for a full day, visiting the Komodo National Park from 6 am to 6 pm.

The trip is generally safe for older people, but participants should be aware that the itinerary includes physical activities such as snorkeling and trekking. Those unable to engage in physical activities can stay on the boat.

Open trips are scheduled on weekends to accommodate those who typically take time off during the weekend.

Open trips allow individuals (1-4 people) to join a group with other participants.

Private trips are recommended for groups of 5-30 people, providing the option to rent a private boat exclusively for the group.

Fishing is prohibited in the Komodo National Park, as it is a protected area.

Meeting Komodo Dragons on Komodo Island involves walking in the forest with close proximity to the dragons, guided by local guides and rangers.

On Rinca Island, participants can observe Komodo dragons in their habitat from an elevated bridge, developed by the government.

A copy of ID (KTP/PASSPORT/SIM/ID CARD) is necessary for participant verification and safety data in case of unforeseen events. The data will be deleted after obtaining sailing clearance.

The signal on the boat may fluctuate, but users of the TSEL provider are likely to have a more stable connection.

Electricity on the boat operates 24/7. While power banks can be used for personal devices on the islands, the boat provides continuous electricity.

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Sailing To Komodo National Park

Raja ampat

the last paradise on earth

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Sailing To The Ancient land of Komodo and Raja Ampat