The last two days at sea have been nothing short of amazing: got up close and personal with some Komodo dragons, swam at arms distance with a giant manta ray, snorkeled with Nemo and Crush, and took in countless breathtaking views. Back to Bali tomorrow!
This island you can see some animals, not only komodo (dragon). *Open Trip 3 Day 2 Night Komodo National Park Every Weekend* .
Only IDR 1700k (Deck), IDR 2400k (Cabin Room AC)
Explore more than 10 Destinations
Day 1 :
- Kelor Island
- Rinca Island
- Kalong Rinca
- Padar Island
- Pink Beach
- Manta Point
- Taka Makassar
- Gili Lawa
- Kanawa Island
- Labuan Bajo
Sailing Komodo & East Nusa Tenggara Islands 3D2N
* Pick up service from Hotel / Airport
* Comfort Cabin with AC
* Living on board 3D2N
* Daily Breakfast , Lunch and Dinner
* Sailing to more than 10 islands around East Nusa Tenggara
* Chef & Boat Crew
* Lazy Bean Bed & Sun Deck
* Speed Boat
* Snorkeling Set
* Mineral Water during trip
* Tour Leader & Local Guide
* Snack , Coffee & Tea during trip
* Life Jacket
* Documentation ___________________________________
* Flight Ticket to Meeting Point (Labuan Bajo)
* Entrance Tickets (Foreign Tourist)
* Personal Expense
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Tadaaa...! Finally meeting Si Komo a.k.a. the komodo dragon at Komodo National Park, Komodo Island 🤩 In total, we saw 5 komodos during our visit, and this one in the picture is actually the smallest one! The other 4 were not too keen in hanging around that day and were just resting nearby some local buildings in the area, while this one looked like it was enjoying being photographed with the visitors 😆 It’s important for you to always follow the komodo rangers / guides and never separate yourself from the group and approach any of the komodos by yourself. They might look calm (and even lazy) most of the time, but that does not change the fact that they are dangerous wild animals. In 2017, A Singaporean tourist was reported wandering around the national park by himself, trying to have a closer look and take better photos of one komodo who was in the middle of eating a goat. It only took a second for the komodo to snap and bite his leg 😳 So yeah. Our tour agent informed us that if we want to see more komodos, it’s better to visit Rinca Island as they have bigger komodo population there. Unfortunately since our time was limited, we didn’t have the opportunity to go to this other island.
PS: There’s a rumour saying that the local government of Nusa Tenggara Timur plans to increase the entrance fee of Komodo National Park for foreigners to US$500 (which I personally think is ridiculous), so just a friendly advice, if you are a non-Indonesian and interested to see komodo here, better plan your trip soon. I have detailed the cost for a 1-Day Komodo Trip in one of my previous posts. Feel free to check that out and ask me questions if you have any! 😉
Há mais ou menos um ano atrás eu estava sentado em meu sofá comendo pipoca e assistindo discovery channel onde estava vendo um programa sobre os dragões de Komodo, estava eu lá assistindo e naquele exato momento eu pensei: eu quero um dia conhecer esses dragões. E lá estava eu na mesma ilha banhada por uma praia incrível onde habitam aproximadamente 1000 pessoas em uma vila rodeados por dragões, veados, javalis, cobras e entre outras espécies. Costumo levar uma vida feita em realizações de sonhos mas até um tempo atrás eu não entendia o porquê as coisas não aconteciam em meu tempo. Desde então venho aprendendo a saber lidar com as vontades e sabendo como usar o bem maior que nos temos ao meu favor! Portanto se você sonha e se tem vontade de algo comece agora a dar os primeiros passos para chegar ao seu objetivo! Pois não existe nada melhor do que viver uma vida baseada em realizações de sonhos! .
Take a moment to appreciate panoramic views of turquoise seas, green rolling hills, blue skies and fascinatingly pink sands 💖 .
Pink Beach 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 produce 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.
Located immediately west of Flores island in East Nusatenggara, Komodo Island is one of three larger and many islets that make up the Komodo National Park, and is particularly well-known as the natural habitat of the Komodo dragon. The Komodo Dragon is the largest living lizard, and takes its name after the island. .
Aside from the obvious relaxation amidst this picture perfect scenery, Komodo is not short of interesting activities to partake in. Once you have finished taking in the magnificent surroundings, take a dip in the waters and uncover the marine beauty that Pink Beach has to offer. .
Photo Credit: @emily_levy .
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🇮🇩Momento National Geograph da viagem - O Encontro com o Dragão de Komodo.
Esse bichão é o maior lagarto do planeta e apenas encontrados da região de Flores, Indonésia.
Sua saliva é muito venenosa e pode matar um animal do tamanho de um búfalo em 24h.
Mais um animal incrível que puder encontrar cara a cara no seu habitat natural.
Já o preço pra entrar nos parques nacionais é bem salgado. Pagamos por volta de 25 dólares o ticket de entrada.
Ph: @prefiroviajar (Sony a6500) e Guia ( iPhone XS)