The archipelago in frontier Flores province of South East Nusa offers gorgeous beaches, aquamarine waters, and prehistoric-esque adventure. The once remote area is now brimming with travelers of all paths. Numerous boat tour meanders wherever passengers choose to go, and offers a close-up wildlife life on water’s age. Among all wooden boat available on the shore, Komodo cruise is still a favorite.

Unlike any other mega ship cruises that resembles floating real estate, cruises in Komodo is still taking its natural form. Made entirely of wood, sometime in brownish or coffee color, these cruises is a modern take of Indonesian authentic traditional schooner. Dont let the wooden interior fool you—they are often equipped with resort’s standards equipment and, in most luxurious cruise, even with bathtub and wraparound windows.

Komodo Cruise: Sailing the Wilderness in Style

Perks of Sailing around Komodo with Komodo Cruise

Cruises of Komodo is a perfect vessel for people who want to taste a pinch of adventure with style. Unlike other types of Liveaboard in Labuan Bajo, the cruisers don’t only sells a room and a trip. Cruisers on Komodo love to pamper their passengers with creature comforts and quality services. Sailing on one feels like a tasteful combination of relaxation seasoned with wild frontier exploration. Cruisers make sure you can enjoy the outlandish beauty of Nature’s creation from its stylish, comfortable loungers. 

With the giant Komodo dragon in mind, the wooden cruise will take you to one of the most unwinding trip you can have in the world. Every morning on the liveaboard you will wake up to an endless ocean, broken occasionally by savannah-covered islands. Flores salty breeze will greets you with soft blow as the cruise is heading deeper to the archipelago. Dozen of unknown-yet-so-gorgeous islands scattered around you, waiting for some foot strip to mark the virgin area. The cruise is your only ticket to go off-grid and see Komodo’s beauty, untouched by civilization

Sailing With or Without Itinerary

One of the perks from sailing with cruises than the smaller liveaboard is the chance to have flexible itinerary. Lower price liveaboard boats are often offered to open trip and come with rather rigid itineraries. Some times this can be irritating—taking away your freedom to choose what islands to visits, which dive site to plunge into, or when to do it. Sometimes, you don;t get what you sign up for. Komodo cruise offer more freedom to how you want to design your holiday, especially when your travel group hire the whole boat.

Please follow and like us:

Written by