This adventure of Komodo Island tour from Bali via boat takes you through the stunning Indonesian archipelago, where you’ll encounter some of the world’s most remarkable creatures and breathtaking landscapes.
Experience the breathtaking Komodo Island tour from Bali via boat.
Embark on an unforgettable adventure through the Indonesian archipelago.
Encounter the world’s largest lizards, the Komodo dragons, in their natural habitat.
Dive or snorkel alongside gentle giants, the whale sharks, at Whale Shark Point.
Explore pristine beaches, tranquil harbors, and rugged landscapes in this island-hopping journey.
Witness majestic manta rays at Manta Point and soak up the sun at Long Beach.
Hike to panoramic viewpoints on Padar Island for awe-inspiring vistas.
Discover the diverse flora and fauna of Laba Island in the Komodo National Park.
This is more than a journey; it’s an expedition through natural wonders and marine marvels.
Day 1 - 8:30 AM : Meet at Gili Trawangan + Transfer to Bangsal + Board the Boat to Komodo Island which will finally drop you at Labuan Bajo at the end of this tour
8:30 AM: The day begins as you gather at Gili Trawangan, a beautiful island known for its pristine beaches and vibrant atmosphere.
Transfer to Bangsal: After assembling at Gili Trawangan, you'll proceed to Bangsal. This is a small village and harbor located on Lombok Island, known for its picturesque surroundings and as a gateway to the Gili Islands.
Board the Boat to Komodo Island: Once you arrive at Bangsal, you'll board a boat that will take you on an exciting journey to Komodo Island. This island is famous for its unique and ancient inhabitants, the Komodo dragons, which are the world's largest lizards.
Day 1: Boat will head to Bangsal - Kayangan Harbour - Kenawa Island
Departure to Bangsal: Your journey kicks off as you set sail from Bangsal. This small village on Lombok Island is a popular starting point for travelers heading to the Gili Islands.
Kayangan Harbour: The next stop on your itinerary is Kayangan Harbour. This picturesque harbor is known for its tranquil waters and scenic views, making it a perfect spot to soak in the beauty of the Indonesian archipelago.
Kenawa Island: Your boat will then make its way to Kenawa Island. This uninhabited island is celebrated for its pristine beaches, lush landscapes, and opportunities for relaxation. You can explore the island's natural beauty, go for a swim, or simply unwind on the sandy shores.
Day 2: Whale shark point (Saleh Bay Sumbawa) + Tambora Beach
Whale Shark Point (Saleh Bay, Sumbawa): On the second day of your adventure, you'll head to Whale Shark Point in Saleh Bay, Sumbawa. This renowned location is a popular spot for encountering the gentle giants of the ocean, whale sharks. You'll have the opportunity to snorkel or dive alongside these magnificent creatures, witnessing their graceful movements in their natural habitat. It's an awe-inspiring and unforgettable experience for any nature lover.
Tambora Beach: After your thrilling encounter with the whale sharks, you'll make your way to Tambora Beach. Tambora is known for its stunning coastal scenery and serene ambiance. You can relax on the beach, take in the beautiful surroundings, and perhaps even enjoy a refreshing swim in the crystal-clear waters. Tambora Beach offers a peaceful retreat where you can unwind and appreciate the natural beauty of Indonesia.
Day 3: Laba Island + Manta Point + Komodo Island + Long Beach + Padar Island
Laba Island: Your journey continues as you head to Laba Island. This island is known for its rugged landscapes, dense forests, and unique flora and fauna. You may have the opportunity to explore the island's trails, take in panoramic views, and immerse yourself in its natural beauty.
Manta Point: Next, you'll visit Manta Point, a famous dive site renowned for its population of majestic manta rays. Snorkeling or diving here allows you to witness these graceful creatures up close as they glide through the crystal-clear waters. It's a thrilling experience for marine enthusiasts and underwater adventurers.
Komodo Island: Komodo Island is the next stop on your itinerary. This island is famous for being the habitat of the Komodo dragon, the world's largest lizard. You'll have the chance to embark on a guided tour of the island, observing these impressive reptiles in their natural environment. Keep your camera ready for some incredible wildlife photography.
Long Beach (Pantai Panjang): Long Beach, also known as Pantai Panjang, offers a picturesque stretch of sandy shoreline where you can relax, swim, or simply soak up the sun. The tranquil atmosphere and stunning coastal scenery make it an ideal spot for unwinding and taking in the natural beauty of the region.
Padar Island: Your day ends at Padar Island, known for its breathtaking viewpoints. Hike to the island's famous viewpoints, which offer panoramic vistas of the surrounding landscapes and iconic landscapes that are often featured in travel magazines. The hike is rewarded with awe-inspiring views that make it a highlight of your tour.
Day 3 is filled with natural wonders, from encountering manta rays to witnessing the Komodo dragons and taking in the stunning vistas of Padar Island. It's a day that promises diverse and unforgettable experiences in the Komodo National Park.
Day 4: Rinca Island + Manjarete + Labuan Bajo + End of Journey from Bali to Labuan Bajo
Rinca Island: Your adventure continues as you head to Rinca Island, another habitat for the legendary Komodo dragons. Rinca Island is renowned for its population of these massive reptiles, and you'll have the opportunity to observe them in their natural environment. Guided tours on the island provide insight into the behavior and conservation efforts for these incredible creatures.
Manjarete: After your visit to Rinca Island, you'll make your way to Manjarete, a beautiful and tranquil location where you can relax, swim, or enjoy some water activities. The clear waters and scenic surroundings make it an ideal spot to unwind and savor the coastal charm of the region.
Labuan Bajo: Your journey returns to Labuan Bajo, the gateway to Komodo National Park. This bustling fishing town offers a variety of dining options, cultural experiences, and vibrant markets where you can explore local crafts and cuisine. It's a fitting end to your exploration of the Komodo Islands.
End of Journey from Bali to Labuan Bajo: As you conclude your remarkable journey from Bali to Labuan Bajo, you'll have a chance to reflect on the extraordinary landscapes, diverse wildlife, and cultural encounters you've experienced throughout the trip. This remarkable adventure through the Komodo National Park provides memories that will last a lifetime.
Day 4 encompasses encounters with Komodo dragons on Rinca Island, leisure at Manjarete, and a return to Labuan Bajo, marking the end of your captivating journey from Bali to Labuan Bajo.
Compare the Inclusions and Exclusions
Transfer from Gili to Bangsal
Sharing Deck cost included
Komodo Island entry fee included
All Meals included
Any Hotel Accommodation
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Pay in your own currency(Currency converter at checkout)
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Frequently asked Questions about this tour
Important to know ?
Eligibility: This activity is not recommended for women who are 5 months pregnant.
Booking Restrictions: Please be aware that the schedule is subject to change based on factors such as traffic, weather conditions, and the Captain's decision.
What to Bring: Remember to bring a change of clothes, sunscreen, sunglasses, caps or hats, swimwear, toiletries, any necessary personal medication, cash, a towel, a water bottle, and a camera.
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Rescheduling is allowed at least 15 days before the selected date. Please contact the operator if you wish to reschedule.
In the event of unforeseen circumstances or extreme weather, the operator reserves the right to cancel the tour. If this occurs, you will have the option to reschedule the activity.