Komodo Yacht Charter, Sailing Experience Around West Nusa Tenggara


There are many activities during your Komodo yacht charter. Beach exploring, culinary, exploring the savanna, snorkeling, and meeting the dragon. Flores in East Nusa Tenggara is one of the world’s best tourist attractions that are worth a visit in 2015. The exoticism of the islands of Komodo National Park with its underwater beauty is unquestionable. Flores also has cultural wealth such as the Waerebo Traditional Village in West Manggarai, the Bena Traditional Village in Bajawa, and the beauty of the three-colored lake aka Kelimutu Lake in Ende. A Komodo sailing tour on a yacht, with stops on islands and sleeping on the boat, is the ideal vacation trend.

Komodo Yacht Charter, Sailing Experience Around West Nusa Tenggara

Komodo Yacht Charter, Embark land and overland Flores

Komodo Island, home to 2000 of the world’s largest lizard, the Komodo dragon, is a must-see on any Komodo yacht charter. Keep your distance from these monsters, which may reach speeds of up to 20 kilometers per hour. The beauty of Flores is amazing, not a dry and barren land but very remarkable green hills, mountains, and valleys. Flores has a plethora of attractions that never seem to run out.

Volcanoes that stretch across the 450 km long island create hills that form the letter V. The surface of the land soars with sharp edges showing the splendor of the hills and the foot of the mountain where there live various tribal groups (ama). Flores’ tribal stone age cultural history will astound everyone who visits.

You can break through the jungle of trees and steep hills to see firsthand the life of indigenous people from the stone age. Traditional villages in Flores will continue to survive the scour of the times that can uproot ancestral values. Local wisdom from traditional houses, how to weave, gather food, to the traditional family system that is highly respected.

Enjoying the Magic of Pink Beach

When visiting the beach, the clean seawater, blue sky, and white sand may have become a frequent sight. This beach is unique! What about the beach’s attractiveness, which features a stretch of pink sand? Pink Beach is a pink sand beach located within the Komodo National Park. There are only seven pink sand beaches on the planet, one of which is in our beautiful country!

According to local people, this pink sand comes from red coral fragments that have died and are often found around the beach. The Pink Beach underwater park contains various types of fish, hundreds of types of coral, and various other types of marine life.

Kelor island

Komodo cruise brings you to enjoy the underwater beauty of the island of Kelor. From a depth of 3 meters, you will be able to enjoy various marine life that is difficult to find in other places. Starting from coral and colorful fish, even if you are lucky you can meet stingrays here.