Komodo Dragons

1 night escorted tour

Price from: £725pp

Rinca Island 1 night

Day 1 Bali beach hotel/Rinca Island: Fly from Denpasar to Labuan Bajo where you will be met and transferred to the harbour to board your boat to Rinca Island, home of Komodo National Park. A ranger will guide you as you trek through the park, keeping your eyes peeled for wildlife. Komodo National Park is home to deer, buffalo, wild boar and long-tailed macaque who feed on the varies fruit, leaves, roots and grasses. Of course the park’s most famous residents are the Komodo dragons, the largest monitor lizards in the world. They are a top predator and all the park’s animals are potential prey for the dragons. In the afternoon you will cruise back to Labuan Bajo with the opportunity to swim and snorkel at Bidadari Island. Overnight aboard the boat.

Day 2 Rinca Island/Bali beach hotel: After breakfast, you will disembark and return to Labuan Bajo airport for your flight back to Bali.

What you need to know

Departures: Daily from any Bali beach hotel, excluding 22 Dec 22-08 Jan 23.

Accommodation: MV Grand Komodo (or similar) twin cabin with en suite bathroom.

Meals: Full board.

Tour price: The prices shown are based on the best value travel dates in low season and includes transfers to and from your beach hotel, return flights to Labuan Bajo, 1 night aboard MV Grand Komodo (or similar), private services of an English speaking guide, snorkelling equipment, sightseeing as outlined and entrance fees.

Camera fee of RP50,000 per person (approx £3) and video camera fee of RP150,000 per person (approx £8) payable locally. Komodo/Rinca Island Conservation fee from RP370,000 per person (approx £20) also payable locally.

The tour is an adventure rather than luxurious, both the facilities on board the boat and services are simple and basic.

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