2D1N Private Luxury Boat Charter (12 persons)
By Hello Flores
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Exclusive stay on a liveaboard arrangement
All-inclusive (Breakfast. Lunch, Afternoon Snack & Dinner)
Mineral water, coffee, and tea
Snorkeling Activities Equipment
Complimentary Return Airport transfer
Entrance Fees of Komodo National Park at USD 35 net/person/day
Air Flight ticket Domestic/International
Hotels and meals before and after vessel disembark
Alcoholic & Soft drink beverages
Dive activity at USD 185 net/diver/3 spot dives/day (included all equipment and Dive Master, min. 2 divers)
Crew Gratuities (Usually between 5 – 10% from price)
This is a private boat charter so pick-up and drop-off can be flexible and tailored to your desired itinerary.
Scheduled Trip Dates
Hike at Kelor Island to see incredible views, trek around Rinca to spot the dragons!
Accommodation: Helena Charter - Twin Cabin
- 09:00 am: Meet at the designated meeting point
- Sail to Kelor Island. Trekking to see the views.
- Lunch at Manjarite
- Trek around Rinca Island to spot the incredible endangered Komodo Dragons
- Visit Kalong Island to see the migration of hundred, if not thousands of bats
Today you can get to catch the beautiful Padar Island in Komodo National Park, see the coral-hued Pink Beach and even snorkel with Manta Rays.
- Sail to Padar Island while you were asleep
- Catch the sunrise
- Morning call and breakfast at Padar Island
- Sail to Pink Beach.
- Visit Taka Makassar
- Swim at Manta Point
- Return Labaun Bajo and transfer to hotel
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Other Things to Know
Komodo National Park fees are complicated. They depend on: the islands visited (which is weather dependent), whether it's a weekday or a weekend, whether the guest is a foreigner or a local, and the number of people on the boat (as ranger fees are shared). This is why no two people will tell you the same number when asked about fees!
The fees are also complicated by the fact that they're set by the national government and paid directly to Jakarta. So there is little visibility on changes from time to time.
This is why we usually advise international guests to bring cash of between IDR 350K to IDR 460K per person per day for weekdays and between IDR 400K to IDR 520K per person per day for weekends. This is more than you need, but it avoids you ending up short of cash if the boat doesn't have too many people or the fees suddenly change!
A few of our trips include the fees in the price. You can see it listed in the inclusion list. If this is the case there is no need to bring cash with you.
While you can still visit Komodo National Park during the rainy season in Jan-March, there is a higher risk of boat trips being cancelled due to the weather.
The risk is lowest for the 1-day speedboats (as they are more stable) so if you are going Jan-March, we would highly recommend doing a 1-day speedboat trip. Although the 2D1N trips are still sailing during the rainy season, there is a slightly higher risk that the 2D1N trips might be cancelled due to the weather. The 3D2N trips do not tend to sail during Jan-March.
Given the unpredictability of the weather, the cancellation could happen at any time (even the morning of the trip). We will keep you updated as soon as we can if the weather prediction is not favourable for your trip.
If your trip is cancelled due to the weather, you can choose to receive a full refund, OR reschedule your trip for the next day (if weather permits). So if you're travelling from Jan-March to Komodo, please plan some extra days for your trip so you have additional days to try again, even if your original trip is cancelled!
The itinerary for Komodo National Park is very weather dependent, as the journey takes place out in open waters. Some days the currents are very strong, and it might not be safe to go to certain islands. We know this can be frustrating if you had your heart set on specific spots, but please be assured that the boat operators will do their very best to make sure you see the dragons and the highlights of the park - even if it's not identical to the itinerary here. A visit to Komodo is quite the adventure, so please do be prepared to embrace some level of uncertainty!