Saturday, September 18, 2010

3 Days Komodo - Labuanbajo Adventure

DAY 01 : DENPASAR – LABUANBAJO (FLORES ISLAND)
Upon arrival in Labuan Bajo – West Flores, our guide will meet and transfer you to your hotel. Labuanbajo is a little town inhabited by fishermen, lies at the extreme western part of Flores. The town serves as a jumping-off point for the trip to Komodo and near by islands. Lunch will be served at local restaurant, then visiting Batu Cermin Cave – 5 km away from the town. The cave is 75 by 5 m large, and contains stalactites and stalagmites. Proceed to a local restaurant to see the beautiful sunset. Return to hotel for accommodation.

DAY 02 : LABUANBAJO - KOMODO or RINCA - LABUANBAJO
After breakfast at 06.00 AM cruise to Komodo Island for about 3 hours by a local wooden boat passing several small islands. Upon arrival in Komodo island, walk for 1.5 miles to Banugulung to see the activities of the giant Monitor Lizard 'Komodo Dragon' which was scientifically described in 1912 as VARANUS KOMODOENSIS, which is up to 3 m long and about 150 kg, weight. The total number of these lizards is estimated at 3.500 - 5.000 inhabited in Komodo, Padar and Rinca Island. Return to the based and an opportunity to swim or snorkel on clean and white sandy beaches of Pantai Merah (Pink Beach) where is also considered as the best spot for under water life and corals (snorkel equipment does not supplied).(Rinca is considered closer to Labuanbajo and has more possibility to see the Komodo dragon. If the tour goes to Rinca, theres is no pink beach). Lunch will be served on boat. Boating back to Labuanbajo and overnight at your hotel.



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