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Island Hopping Around Komodo (3D2N)

DAY 1 | LABUAN BAJO – BIDADARI ISLAND – RINCA ISLAND – KALONG ISLAND

  • Pick up from the airport or your hotel in Labuan Bajo.
  • Snorkeling at Bidadari Island (Angel Island).
  • Trekking in Rinca to see Komodo dragons and other wild animals.
  • Admire sunset wonders while seeing thousands of flying foxes.
  • Spend the night on board.

DAY 2 | KALONG ISLAND – PADAR ISLAND – PINK BEACH – KOMODO ISLAND – KOMODO VILLAGE

  • Cross by boat to Padar while enjoying spectacular sunrise and breakfast.
  • Snorkeling and then relaxing on white sand beach or trekking to enjoy the iconic view from the hill top.
  • Snorkeling and then relaxing on Pink Beach.
  • Trekking to see Komodo dragons and other wildlife.
  • Visiting the native of Komodo Island in their fishing village
  • Stay overnight on the boat.

DAY 3 | KOMODO VILLAGE -KARANG MAKASSAR (MANTA POINT) – SEBAYUR ISLAND – KANAWA ISLAND – LABUAN BAJO

  • Sailing to Karang Makassar while enjoying the sunrise.
  • Snorkeling with giant manta rays.
  • Relaxing on a white sand beach and snorkeling in Sebayur and around Kanawa island.
  • Return to Labuan Bajo.
  • Stay overnight at Labuan Bajo or return to Denpasar on afternoon flight.
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