Kicking an adventure in the wild and rugged Komodo National Park, where the last dragons in the world lives, used to be reserved only for the bravest and the most courageous. Since the coming of comfortable and hotel-like Komodo liveaboard, however, that’s no longer the case. Since modern Phinisi become the trend in Indonesia sailing holiday, going to remote and largely uninhibited destinations like Komodo has is no longer intimidating. Now, everyone from the adventurous 20s to grannies and little travelers can enjoy a lively holiday at the lovely Komodo. This is how you can make the trip enjoyable for everyone.
Enjoying Komodo Liveaboard for Senior Members
Who says exploring Komodo is impossible when you are having old bones? Sailing in Komodo liveaboard is as easy as breathing. You don’t have to book the most luxurious Phinisi to have the comfort of sailing. Just make sure that you book a decent liveaboard which is equipped with proper cabins and spring beds. A comfortable liveaboard like this usually have spacious desk with cushiony sofas and sun beds, making a sailing trip a true moment of relaxation. If possible, book a cabin in the second level deck that won’t require you to climb up stairs. Inform the liveaboard crew if you have special diet restrictions so they can prepare special meals for you accordingly.
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Satisfying Underwater Exploration for Divers
If there’s anyone that’s more familiar with Komodo liveaboard, that would be divers. The Komodo National Park might be arid of greens and live up in the land (though being very charming on that), but its blooming wild underneath. The underwater is crazy with life—seafloor and reefs covered with corals of all shapes and colours with busy fishes, from clown fishes to sharks, swimming round and about.
Ladies: Get Charmed with the Goods
You won’t find fancy shops lining up the streets in most of savannah-covered islands in Komodo, but that doesn’t mean it’s lack of pretty little things to bring home. With Komodo liveaboard, you can reach Pungu Island—one of the biggest pearl farm in the neighbourhood. The Flores Sea is rich with oysters which offers irresistible pearls even for ladies who rarely wear it. Don’t forget the Ikat weaving. Komodo is renowned for the amazing, stunningly beautiful Ikat weaving cloths. Indigo blue and deep red Ikat are the most popular, but they also created other equally pretty cloths in other natural colours. Lastly, you cannot just go home from the fabled Komodo Island without bringing home a wooden miniature of this ferocious dragon. Otherwise, how can you remember them?
The good thing is, all of your purchases would most likely to go directly to the wallet of these local craftsman. You are directly helping the local economy by simply purchasing their goods!