Komodo dragons are the largest living lizards in the world. They are identified by their massive size, flat heads, bowed legs and long, thick tails. The name comes from rumors that a dragon-like creature lived on the Indonesian island of Komodo. No Western scientists had seen a Komodo dragon until 1912, according to the San Diego Zoo. Local people call them “ora,” or “land crocodile.”
Labuan Bajo is accessible by air, land, and sea. Its favorable location on the Island of Flores and entry port to the Komodo islands make Labuan Bajo a potential growing destination, aside to its rich agricultural potentials. Flying to Labuan Bajo is possible for the Komodo Airport is open for operation. Transnusa Airlines are directly connecting Labuan Bajo with several cities in Indonesia, such as: Denpasar, Kupang, Ende, and Mataram. With connecting flights, Labuan Bajo is also connected with Kalabahi in Alor. It also connects with Bajawa, Sikka, Manggarai, and Larantuka via Ende, Kupang, Maumere, Ruteng, and Tambolaka.
Labuan Bajo Trip | 3D2N
Day 01: AIRPORT • LABUAN BAJO (D)
Meet and greet with our guide, direct transfer to Bukit Shiva and Batu Cermin Cave. Check-in to Cajoma Guest House, dinner at local restaurant, overnight.
Day 02: KELOR • RINCA • KALONG ISLAND (B,L,D)
Breakfast at Guest House, today we start sailing to Kelor Island and Rinca Island the 2nd largest Island in Komodo National Park and the best place to see Komodo Dragons in their natural habitat. Kalong island or bat island is a small beautiful island situated in Komodo National Park dwelt by thousands of bats.
Day 03: PADAR • PINK BEACH • MANTA POINT • AIRPORT (B,L,D)
Breakfast at Cottage, today we visit Padar Island to see Pink Beach and Manta Point (or Karang Makassar) a spot where manta rays often encountered. It is one of the popular place for diving and also snorkeling for those who love to see the manta rays, a huge marine creature that can grow up to 4 meters wide. Transfer to Airport for next destination, end of services.