Sailing trip Labuan Bajo is one of the ultimate dream journeys. We always encourage any kind of travelers to try taking a journey by boat at least once in their life. And for those who can afford it, Labuan Bajo Flores is an excellent place to start. A trip in Labuan Bajo on a liveaboard will not only let you experience what it’s like to live full-time on a boat, but also allow you fully immerse in one of the most beautiful destinations in the world.
Sailing trip Labuan Bajo is the ultimate relaxation
Living on a boat means that you’re completely outside of the security and convenience of everything provided in the land by humans civilization. Of course, most liveaboard and cruises are extremely comfortable, not few are highly luxurious. But you’ll soon discover that not being able to access the many things you take granted for in life will let you better adjust to life on board. Labuan Bajo trip is known for its amazing diving, enchanting wildlife, and an immersive adventure throughout the journey. It’s time to let yourself fully live it.
You’ll learn to be present and enjoy what’s in front of you
There won’t be wifi and receptions will likely be scarce. Dude, you’re in the middle of the ocean! And while that’s not an idea some people would fancy, you need to completely unplug at least once in a while. It’s high time that you simply bask in the nature; the salty wind, the warm sun, and the little things in life that actually matter.
You’re going to need a lot of sunscreen
Never underestimate the heat of the tropical lands. Labuan Bajo is a gorgeous destination located in the tropical Indonesia, and you’ll want to be prepared with sufficient skin protection. The sun is going to be harsh.
Make sure that you’re bringing sunscreens that are environmentally friendly. Especially if you’re going to do some swimming or diving (on a sailing trip, who wouldn’t?). Everyday, tons of toxic agent gets into the ocean through human pollution. The toxins from sunscreen is known to cause coral bleaching.
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You’ll get to know a bit about sailing
But only if you put in the effort to learn! The crew onboard the sailing trip Labuan Bajo are just delightful. They’re some of the friendliest people you’ll ever meet! Thanks to the hospitality Indonesia is well-known for. Approaching your captain and crew and asking about how they’re sailing the ship is a part of the sailing journey. If you’re lucky, they may even teach you a bit about sailing and maybe let you push a few buttons yourself. Being able to sail your own vessel is so exciting.
The little things in your everyday life onboard
You’ll learn that living on board is so different from living on land in ways that you probably didn’t think of before. It’s the little things of everyday life that makes you appreciate the convenience of modern life. Here are some of the little, but impactful examples:
- Water is limited, and even if you’re booking a private sailing yacht, you’re still going to have to share with a few people. But being mindful of how you’re using resources (even water) is something you need to practice well at home anyway.
- Space is limited as well, unless you’re going with a super gigantic boat. But that’s just part of the journey and the charm of the phinisi yacht on a sailing trip.