Long has travelers heard about liveaboard trip sailing across Komodo. A sea journey to reach the remote and famous Komodo National Park, where the last of dragons live in harmony with its villagers. Voyage to visit lesser known islands, mysterious and vibrant with its rustic charms. Many has listed Komodo liveaboard trip to their wish list to get a taste of this unorthodox travel and a glimpse of the life on board.
See the First and Last Ray of the Sun
When was the last time you get up and actually enjoy the morning time without rushing to go to the office? Waking up in Komodo liveaboard, you will be greeted by the first morning light of the sun. Feeling the morning breeze sweeping past your face. Enjoying a calm morning while waiting for the crew to prepare hot, delicious breakfast. At the end of the day, you will feel the serene feeling from seeing the sun sink back on the horizon. And when the night falls, billions of stars spread on the clear, unspoiled sky.
Living a Slow yet Adventurous Living in Komodo Liveaboard
Sailing in Komodo is both fast-paced adventures and a slow living in all simplicity. A day run so fast when you are busy walking with the Komodo dragons, exploring Padar and other islands, or swimming with the fishes. But the time pass when you are doing nothing but waiting for the ship to sail to the next destination will feel so slow—in a good way. Every moment passing is so peaceful and eventful. One of our favourites; lying down in beanbags while watching Komodo’s pristine sceneries past by.
Spending the Days Trekking or Beach Walking
Not a dull day pass when you are on Komodo liveaboard trip. Morning and afternoon usually filled with either island trekking, beach visits, or underwater exploration. Everything feel so new and wondrous!
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Submerging to the Wonderful Ocean World
Diving are usually done at the mid-day, unless you are sailing on diving liveaboard where they dive as early as 6 am in the morning and 7 pm at night. Komodo, aside from its prehistoric beasts, is renown for its underwater beauty. It’s one of the richest water in the world where more than 250 species of corals and more than 1,000 species of tropical fishes called it home.
Doing Nothing in Komodo Liveaboard
Without phone signals and cable TV, you might think you’ll die out of boredom. No social media feeds to distract your attention, online videos to fill the time, or people to video call with. But that’s how you would appreciate all the fine details of simple live on Komodo liveaboard. To do nothing, to separate yourself from the world for a while, and to just getting absorbed in the stunning beauty of Komodo’s landscape.