Komodo sailing trip is often thought as something only privileged ones out there could afford. Them, or reserved only for those who have expensive hobbies like scuba diving. Most people won’t splurge on a liveaboard if they don’t have a good reason for it. A vacation spent floating atop a boat for a week or more comes with a price after all. However, Komodo boat trip is more than just a trip of wetsuit after wetsuit. Those who don’t really dive should be able to enjoy the experience of a liveaboard on this fantastic archipelago as well.
Komodo sailing trip and the ultimate escape fantasy
The Komodo National Park is pure heaven for those who come here with the ultimate purpose of diving. But non-divers could definitely enjoy the entire journey – perhaps even moreso. The Komodo National Park has limitless options to offer for non-divers; from meeting the legendary Komodo dragons to discovering the wildness of untouched savannah, Flores has everything.
Meet the Komodo dragons at Rinca island where their sightings is almost guaranteed. Relax atop the phinisi deck and sunbathe in peace without the crowd. A great thing about sailing atop the phinisi is that it’s usually a small boat and only a dozen of guests maximum would be there; so you won’t end up as if you’re in a mass tour even if space on a boat is limited. You can also enjoy the wonderful nature of Flores in Komodo sailing trip that offers all wonders of the tropical nature.
Komodo boat trip for non-divers
Who says Komodo sailing trip is only for divers? While the destination is heaven for diving enthusiasts, non-divers are still going to have a fantastic time of their life. There are an abundance of activities that you can experience beyond just diving. Some of the most popular ones are:
- Looking for the Komodo dragons!
- Sunbathing at Pink Beach
Whether it’s land-based activities or sea activities that don’t involve scuba diving, Komodo sailing trip is going to be one of the most memorable trips you have in your life.
Trekking in Padar Island
Whether you’re a diver or included in that group that don’t actually dive, trekking in Padar island is definitely something everyone can enjoy. Vast savannah and untouched terrestrial beauty of this island would throw you back to an era of prehistory. Enjoying the sunrise and sunset atop the vantage point of Padar Island is definitely one of the highlights of our sailing trip in Komodo National Park. Unsurprisingly there’s a bit of crowd in the summit during this time and less during mid-morning. But whichever time you choose to enjoy the gorgeous wildness of this island, it’ll be a memorable one.
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The iconic Flores scenery
Padar island is Komodo’s poster child for something; lo and behold what an amazing view and experience Padar island truly is. The trek to the vantage point of the Padar island is definitely worth the scorching heat. The trek itself is not particularly difficult, but always bring the most comfortable shoes and your own supply of snacks and sufficient water for your trip. You’ll find that this island is one of the highlights of your Komodo sailing trip in Indonesia.