Komodo Islands
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Have you ever dreamed of sailing a real wooden ship to see the dragons? We did.
And therefore we decided to gather a company of people with the same vibe and
sail to the seas together ! Very soon!

From 5 to 9 April 2019, our ecstatic dance positive vibe ship starts from
Flores Island to meet beautiful beaches, ancient Komodo dragons, mantas, dolphins, sunsets and sunrises in the open sea, beach party, cacao ceremony and unity
with songs around the fire...
mmm... that's what we love and we want to share our love with you!

We tried to foresee everything: the best route, charming boat, plane tickets
Bali - Flores - Bali, transfers and etc., we take on board a qualified Indonesian chef,
sound system, delicious ceremonial cacao, talented musicians, artists and yogis, ecstatic dance and 5 rhythms guide, tea master, photographers and kind wizards.

All you have to do is say "YES" to the adventure!
We all meet at Bali airport early morning.
Flight to Flores. Transfer to harbor.
Catching our wind and starting sailing from Labuan Bajo harbour.

- Manjarite Island
So, here is our first spot. A beautiful scenery of Menjerite Island, one of the islands in Komodo archipelago. Menjerite Island is blessed with crystal clear water and beautiful corals, making it a top snorkeling and diving spot and a must stop for island hopping in Labuan Bajo.

- Kambing island
This island welcome us to step in their pristine environment. Island is located in the district of Bulukumba, South Sulawesi. Although the name is Kambing, which literally means "Goat" Island, but unfortunately there are no goat usually appears. But don't be sad, the beauty of the steep cliffs towering, with blue skies and clear water that rumble in movement is going to amaze you more than any goat ever).

- Kalong Island
Kalong Island is a small beautiful island in Komodo National Park with mangrove plantations cover the island where thousands of bats living. Furthermore, the name of this island is coming from the local word that Kalong means "bat". It is because of the island dwelt by thousands of bats and keeps secret by local people. This island presents the exotic attraction of bat flying over the island in particular sunset time. That's why we will be there just in time for this.
- Padar Island
The Indonesian island of Padar is about 20 miles (30 km) from Labuan Bajo, a fishing town on the westernmost part of Flores. Padar is small, but is the third largest island of Komodo National Park, and was once a stomping ground for the immense dragons that gave the reserve its name.
Padar is mostly savannah-covered, surreal landscape fringed by bright green-capped mountains of fairy-tale shapes. It's all surrounded by three turquoise bays, and curiously, each one of the bays' beaches has different coloured sand: One is pearly white, another charcoal black, and a third is a very rare baby pink. It is a rare combination, a quirk of this unique island.

- Long Beach & Pink Beach
Pink Beach, or Pantai Merah, as it is aptly named, is one of seven pink beaches on the planet, and is just one of the many amazing features of Komodo Island that make it truly a Natural Wonder of Nature. This exceptional beach gets its striking color from microscopic animals called Foraminifera, which produces a red pigment on the coral reefs. For this reason, it is called Red Beach in the local tongue. When the tiny fragments of red coral combine with the white sands, this produces the soft pink color that is visible along the shoreline. Aside from Pink Beach itself, a few small segments along Komodo's eastern bay also have a pinkish tint.

- Taka Makassar
Take Makassar Island is a small sandbar located within Komodo National Park. This perfect sandbar boasts some of the clearest blue waters I have ever seen and the most stunning white sand beach.

- Manta Point
Is the home for big, but kind manta rays. We are not going to stay there, but our ship will go slowly and we will be able to snorkeling – the reefs will be in 2 meters from the cover and 9 meters down. With any luck, we can swim with the manta rays. Though the sea demons are huge, they are absolutely safe and very nice. Unfortunately, they are entered in the Red Book, but The Ministry of Nature Protection try to protect them from outlaw fishing. And their neighbors like turtles, sharks, huge clams, various sponges and cuttlefishes – all of them we can see during the snorkeling.

- Gili Lawa
Gili Lawa Darat is an island in the north east of Komodo. The island is almost seen as a desert barren savanah which wholly covered by grass. In the dry season the island almost look brown everywhere. While in the rainy season, the island turns the color into green. Gili Lawa Darat bay is a perfect place for boat to stay during the night as it is always calm and protected from current and waves. Dive boats are normally anchoring here for night dives.
The other reason why we visit this island is for a sunset trekking. This island is just the greatest sunset spot in Komodo. It remains our best place to chill while waiting for the sun slowly drops behind the horizon.
- Rinca Island
And...finally we arrive to the Rinca islands and prepare for a tracking in search of the dragons! Since the century of dinosaurs, this volcano islands have been habited by the biggest pangolins of the now – the Komodo varans. If you always wanted to see it by your own – it's your lucky chance! This is pretty real dragons, they couldn't spew the fire, though the look of it can make you speechless. They are 2-3 meters long, 165 kg weight, very exhausted, but usually don't prefer to eat the human;) Some of them live near the ranger house, keeping it carefully. We will hike in the middle of the jungle, to watch the dragons, buffalos and the wild monkeys of course. You will remember this walk till the end of the life. ATTENTION: Walking only with the group.

- Kelor Island
We will watch the sunset and have an ecstatic dance party in a very beautiful place – inhabitant Kelor island, where we are going to spend unforgettable night near the bonfire, with the live music rhythms, dancing with the ocean and enjoying the night sky, where we can see the colors of a Milky Way. You can stay overnight to sleep at the beach under the stars, or if you get tired, out taxi - boat will take you back to the ship.
- Kelor Island
Morning exercises, some snorkeling and refreshing after such a gorgeous night and getting ready to a few more spots on the way back.

- Bidadari island
The name of Bidadari Island is coming from the Indonesian Language. Furthermore, Bidadari means angle and Labuan Bajo is the name of area where the island is located. In addition, this island own the beautiful white sandy beach with amazing panorama view that make the local identify it like an angle. Therefore, the local people slow down call it as a Bidadari Island.
And after that we slowly start moving back home direction to catch afternoon flight from Labuan Bajo to our paradise Bali.

– 650$ per person

Lower deck cabin for 3 person (no AC)
– 750$ per person

Lower deck cabin with twin beds for 2 persons (no AC)
– 1200$ per cabin

Middle and Upper deck cabin with queen bed for individual (with AC)
– 1500$ per cabin
Middle and Upper deck cabin with double bed for couples (with AC)

Price includes:
- Transfers from airport to harbor and back in Flores
- Accommodation and meals on the boat (indo vegetarian + sea food) 3 times a day
- Snorkeling gear
- Tea, coffee, water
- Cacao ceremony
- Best quality chinese tea ceremony
- Live music with a talented musician and song writer, singing circles fasilitator
- Ecstatic dances on boat and beaches

Price not includes:
- Flight tickets Bali – Labuan Bajo – Bali(~ 200 usd)
- Komodo National Park entrance fee: 350.000 IDR (~25$)

*We kindly ask you to pay 50% deposit to book a space on our boat till march 1st!
**Since the deposit for boat is already paid - payment is non-refundable.

Have questions? Let us know. We will get back to you shortly!