Itinerary

LABUAN BAJO - LOMBOK

Route : Labuan Bajo - Rinca Island - Pass Through Manta Point - Gili Laba - Moyo Island - Keramat Island - Lombok

An adventure trip offered by Perama Travel Club to explore Rinca Island with its beautiful panorama and wild life of Komodo dragons and other animals. The tour designed with a lot of fun and science. Make some stops along the way from Labuan Bajo in Flores to Lombok island.

Day 1 WELCOME DINNER PARTY

Get on Board at 18.00 – 19.00 for joining the party

We invite you to join Welcome Dinner Party which is held on Perama Boat. Get to know each other the crew boat and other participants in this trip. Enjoy the party as we serve great meals, full music entertained by the crew. You will also meet other participants who have joined our trip from Lombok. You may share your experience in Flores or get more information about the trip.

At 23.00 is time to say good bye and good night. Sleep well for your great adventure on the next morning.

Day 2 RINCA ISLAND

At 06.00 you can enjoy the beautiful sunrise view from the boat. Breakfast on board then off on an adventure to the land of the dragon the Rinca Island.

Nestled between Sumbawa and Flores, the islands of Komodo and Rinca are the main components of Unesco-recognised Komodo National Park, The main difference compare to the Komodo Island, it is more natural here on Rinca. In terms of landscape, Rinca Island is quite similar to Komodo Island. It features beautiful beaches and some hills. Rinca occupies only 123 square miles, miserably hot and usually dry. Rinca is the perfect home for exotic and dangerous wildlife, such as Sunda deer, wild buffalo, wild boar, the macaque monkey, wild horses and snakes. Dense forest gives way to grassy fields and a few scattered watering holes where the Komodo dragons hunt for prey. The population is denser and there is less cover for the dragons to shelter under. It’s said that the dragons are bigger on Komodo, but sightings the komodo dragons in natural environment on Rinca are pretty much guaranteed.

In Rinca, you may find a Komodo Statue. The height is about 3 meters and it is located near to the dock gate. Once you enter the main gate, you can see some wild Komodos nearby.

Day 2 PASS THROUGH MANTA POINT

Now it’s time to leave the area of Komodo National Park. We will sail through Sumbawa strait. Before saying goodbye to the national park, we will pass through Manta Point. In a good weather and sea condition, we could see the Mantas from distance. We won’t stop here. We only pass through the area with slow speed, giving you an opportunity to see the beautiful big Manta. You can spot them all year round but the best time to see them in ballet is during the rainy season when you can sometimes literally speak of schooling Manta rays

Day 2 GILI LABA

A beautiful small island near the main island Komodo. Gili Laba is an uninhabited island located one hour away from Komodo Island.
 
As you arrived you will be greeted with a picture perfect beach with white & clean sand and crystal clear water. But what makes this island famous is the view, a one-of-a kind view of the Flores sea and it islands from the top of its hill.

After enjoying the view for around 1,5 hours, get back onboard and sail to Moyo Island

Day 3 DIWU MBAI WATERFALL - MOYO ISLAND

at 08.00 arrive in Moyo Island. After breakfast, get ashore to explore the moyo island and seek for the hidden waterfall.

The island is located on just outside the north coast of Sumbawa Island. It is the home to magnificent waterfalls, lush greenery and endless savannah. The main object on this island is the waterfall. We will visit Diwu Mbai Waterfall which is located in the midst of a small forest and on a hill. That means you should undergo a short trekking in order to reach the location. In terms of size, the waterfall is considered small. Also, the water discharge is not quite strong. Below the waterfall, a comfy and refreshing natural pond resides. The depth is suitable for both children and adults, so it is considered safe for both taking a bath and swimming. The best thing is this waterfall giving you a unique experience. You may climb the waterfall and jump off to the pond.  You may even hang on the tree roots or vines first before plunging to the pond as a TARZAN. 

Then we leave Moyo, have lunch on board while sailing westward to Keramat Island.

Day 3 KERAMAT ISLAND

It is an uninhabited island and one of the favored tourism area in Sumbawa which has considerable potential as a tourist area with beautiful and unspoiled natural scenery. Turquoise and clear water in its shallows with a white sandy expanse full of flora and fauna will immerse and embrace you. Be brave and jump from the boat. Start to enjoy the natural beauty of the island by swimming or snorkeling from the boat and reach the island. Aside of the beach, the island is also full filled with coconut trees. You may enjoy fresh young coconut, direct from the trees. For fun, you may also try to climb and choose your own young coconut.

This is the last object visited on HUNTING KOMODO BY CAMERA 02 program. We sail back to Labuhan Lombok.

Upon your arrival in Labuan Lombok Harbor, it’s time to say goodbye with all crew members. Thank you for the lovely moments and great experience.

Next destination will be continued by Perama Bus which is ready to drive you back to MATARAM or SENGGIGI.

Information

Please be advised
schedule can be change without any prior notice
due to unforeseen weather circumstance or other safety reason

NOTE

TOUR RATE EXCLUDED ALL ENTRANCE FEE

on Week Days (Mon - Sat entering Rinca Island) IDR 325.000/person

on Week End (Sunday or Public Holiday entering Rinca Island) IDR 400.000/person

WHAT TO BRING

  • Camera
  • Sunblock
  • Swimsuit
  • Towel
  • Beach and Trekking Shoes
  • Insect Repellant
  • Beach Sarong
  • Flash Light
  • Snorkel + Mask + Fins (if you have)
  • Hat
  • Light Jacket
  • Casual Cloths
  • Long and Short Pants
  • Light Blanket
  • Sun Glassess
  • Raincoat
  • Waterproof Bag
  • Cash Money in IDR (for extra beverages + snacks + entrance fee)
  • Copy of Passport and Travel Insurance