Top 5 Destinations You Should Visit during Komodo Sailing Tours

Komodo Sailing Tour is a great way to experience East Nusa Tenggara’s culture, landscape, and beauty. It would be best to visit various places during your Komodo Sailing, such as Rinca Island, Padar Island, Pink Beach, Manta Point, and Kanawa Island.

Here are the top 5 destinations you should visit during the Komodo Sailing Tour.

1. Rinca Island

Rinca island is one of the largest islands in the Komodo National Park area. It takes 2-3 hours to get there by boat from Labuan Bajo harbor. There, you can see the Komodo Dragons live freely in their habitat.

Drone view of Rinca Island

The entrance fee is Rp 400,000/person for foreigners and Rp100,000/person for Indonesians. It’s also mandatory to hire a local experienced ranger to accompany you exploring the island and to keep your safety as well, it will cost you Rp 120,000/5 persons.

They will show you around where the Komodo Dragons are usually chilling, eating-if you’re lucky, fighting, and also the nest where the Komodos are laying their eggs.

2. Padar Island

This is the best place for adventure junkies to hike up the hundreds of staircases. Wear your sneakers, hat and bring some water as you need to be fit to go to the summit. You will be entertained by the most amazing view on your left & right side on your way to the top.

Hills View of Padar Island

Once you are there, it will all be paid off, the beautiful scenery of the blue ocean and the fresh breeze will bring your soul to peace. To go up, you will need to hire a ranger which will cost you IDR 120,000/5 people.

3. Pink Beach

This unique pink beach is formed from a micro organism called Foraminifera which then gives the pink color to the coral. Those corals were brought by the wave to the shore, they were crushed into soft particles which then became the pink sands.

Instagramable Photo in Pink Beach

You will be mesmerized by the view there, bring your best bikini, wear your sunscreen, and prepare your camera for the best photo session!

4. Manta Point

Manta point is an area where we can spot a herd of Manta Ray swimming together, located in Loh Liang, Komodo National Park, 25 mins from Pink Beach.

Mantay Ray in Manta Point

If you have a diving license, you may dive in and greet them from under the sea. Trust me, this will be an unforgettable experience from your trip to Komodo.

5. Kanawa Island

Once you set foot on the jetty of Kanawa island, you can already see the beauty of the marine life under the sea with its crystal clear ocean water. The natural corals, a shiver of baby black tip sharks, and some colorful little fishes are swimming around to say hello to you.

Kanawa Island

It’s a true little gem for snorkelers, so grab your snorkeling set, and enjoy what you see under the water.

See also: How To Travel To Komodo Dragon Island In 2022 – Visit Komodo National Park

Ready to Travel These 5 Destinations?

There are many options to experience sailing in Komodo, if you are looking for a boat with more luxury facilities for a private journey with your family, friends, or your loved ones. We have CLALYNNA boat with a capacity of 18 people, very spacious bedrooms, with a charter price starting from Rp 40,500,000.

Clalynna Phinisi Boat

CLALYNNA boat is crafted for a luxury trip, the packages include meals & drinks, comfortable bedrooms, and excursions to remote beaches and reefs for snorkeling or trekking. However, you need to prepare cash for the Komodo National Park ticket fee which costs IDR 650,000/pax for foreigners, and IDR 350,000/pax for Indonesians.

So, what are you waiting for? Book your flights and charter your boat for a spectacular holiday in the sun, sand, and sea with us!

Should you have any questions in mind regarding the details of the trip, boat facilities, or to check the availability, please contact us on WhatsApp or visit our website and Instagram @komodoluxury to see our customers’ stories. See you around!

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