Labuan Bajo is the gateway to the Komodo National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its stunning landscapes and the famous Komodo dragons. But, besides exploring the island and seeing Komodo dragons, what activity we can do in & around Labuan Bajo?. Many travelers choose to take a day trip from Labuan Bajo to Komodo island with a short stop to nearby small islands, but if you are adventurous and keen on water activities, you should consider to join a live aboard trip. For 2-days 1 night, you'll get to explore some stunning islands, admiring breathtaking views around Labuan Bajo, also get to meet many incredible marine creatures.


2-days 1 night live on board Labuan Bajo starts from Labuan Bajo town towards surrounding islands to discover what their nature wonders offers.





Kelor Island is a small island located in the Komodo National Park in Indonesia, offering visitors a chance to experience pristine nature and engage in various outdoor activities. You can hike to the top of the hill for panoramic views of the surrounding islands and waters. The waters around Kelor Island are known for their rich marine life and coral reefs. Snorkeling and diving enthusiasts can enjoy exploring the underwater biodiversity, including colorful coral formations and diverse fish species.


While Komodo dragons are more commonly associated with larger islands like Komodo and Rinca within the national park, it's possible that these creatures could occasionally venture to smaller nearby islands like Kelor. However, it's important to note that interactions with Komodo dragons require caution and are typically conducted under the guidance of park rangers.




Manjarite Island is a not so touristy island within Komodo National Park. Similar to Kelor Island, Manjarite is also a perfect destination for snorkeling




Which is also known as Kalong Island (Fruit Bat Island), is a low-lying circular island measuring 500 meters across and appearing to consist of taller trees surrounded by dense mangroves. Stay overnight on board this island.





Komodo Island is a famous and biodiverse island in the East Nusa Tenggara province in Indonesia, between the islands of Sumbawa and Flores. It is part of the Komodo National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a Man and Biosphere Reserve. The island is renowned for being the natural habitat of the Komodo dragon, the world's largest lizard.


Visitors to Komodo Island can explore the terrain through trekking and hiking. There are designated trails that lead to viewpoints offering panoramic views of the island and the surrounding seas. The landscapes range from savannah-like grasslands to dense forests.




A stunning stretch of coastline with pink-hued sand is also located on Komodo Island. The pink color is a result of the combination of white sand and red coral fragments. It's a popular spot for relaxation and snorkeling. The pink beach is not only famous for its pink-hued sand but also a serene ambiance, panoramic view, and beautiful underwater for snorkeling.




Also known as Angel Island, it is situated within the Komodo National Park. Bidadari Island is known for its natural beauty, featuring white sandy beaches, clear turquoise waters, and coral reefs. The island is surrounded by vibrant marine life, making it a popular destination for snorkeling and diving.

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Published at 11 December 2023 15:12