The Komodo National Park of Flores, Indonesia, is just the right place where you should thin about some South East Asia boat trips. The national park is comprised of more than 20 strings of Jurassic-looking islands that’s completely wild and free from mass civilisation, separated by brilliant blue water in between. Fortunately, there’s no shortage of boats in the dock of Labuan Bajo and the merry seamen who operate these beautiful phinisi schooner. You could always hop on one of the boat and embark to the tropical Komodo boat trip that would take you to the essence of adventure, and here’s a glimpse of this idyllic holiday
Why Komodo Boat Trip Is A Good Idea
A boat trip in this remote frontier would always be a perfect suggestion to fill up a vacation. This would be that kind of a trip where you could totally unplug from daily demands and social pressures. No internet signals, no city lamps, and no chirping crowds to frustrate you out. Only the boat and Komodo’s wondrous landscape—presenting pure tropical gateway that will totally freshen you up from inside out. It’s also a perfect holiday when you have tanned enough to deal with (a lot of) sunshine, relaxed enough to enjoy yourself properly, and ready to get out for adventures with the dragons.
Forget Social Courtesy. It’s Time to Live Your Best Life
Komodo boat trip is the time where you can forget common social modesty and let yourself all out. You can be on bikini and swimsuits all day long and no one would throw a condemning look to you. You would venture to inhabited islands where there’s no settlements with strict modesty regulation nor religious sites. The only reason to cover up is the blazing sun (don’t want to get that burn) and maybe the sharp smelling Komodo Dragons.
Expedition to Barren Islands
The islands within Komodo National Park is magical. Some are completely barren with undulating hills where you could the best bird-eye view of the entire Komodo’s landscape. A few others are completely inhabited by wild animals—bats, deers, buffalos, and smaller sized dragons. Some of them give the best sunrise and sunset experience.
No trip to Komodo is done without a visit to its incredible underwater world—even when you are just snorkeling on the surface. Below the transparent water, the Komodo hides one of the most gorgeous dive site on the world! It’s part of the famous coral triangle and, just like the land above, it’s protected by UNESCO. Vibrant corals blooms on the seabeds and the fishes are plenty and busy. Going down there looks a lot like visiting a world-size aquarium that would make you forget about the upper land.
A Calm Night
Getting life slowed down and immerse in the quietness of the night is the perfect way to close the day in Komodo boat trip. Travelers love to lie on the deck to see the stars twinkle into existence and the moon rise over the ocean, before the sky darkens and completely turn into a sea of blinking stars.