ALOR TO KOMODO
The start of this trip will be dedicated to sailing North from Alor to explore Wakatobi National Park. This area is indonesia’s 3rd largest marine national park and was established in 2002. Due to the conservation efforts in the area you are sure to find coral reefs teeming with life. We then end off the second half of the journey sailing across the Flores sea exploring deserted atolls and the islands of Bonerate and Tanah Jampea enroute to the gates of the Komodo national park in Labuan Bajo.
Labuan Bajo, Nusa Tenggara
Skipper & Dive Instructor:
Co-Skipper & Dive Instructor:
Approximately 538 nmi
Bunk fee is 230 DKK a night.
To secure your spot on the trip there is a 2000 DKK deposit fee.
To book anything you have to be a member of Amazingtravel. This is a one time fee of 100 DKK.
All other cost once on board is shared. You can expect a budget of approximately 70-90 DKK a day. This goes to food, diesel, gas and such. This is paid once on the boat.
Flight tickets and any transport to and from the boat is your own responsibility. Make sure to get flexible tickets, as wind and weather can affect a sailing trip.
Learn to dive - Open Water course is 4000 DKK.
Advanced Open Water course is 2500 DKK.
Fun dive is 150 DKK per dive.
Intro to freediving is 650 DKK.
Learn to freedive - Open Water Freediver is 1600 DKK.
Advanced Freediver is 1875 DKK.
Dive courses can be booked and paid along with bunk fees. All courses have a 500 DKK PADI fee that need to be paid to the dive instructor onboard.
Sperm & pilot whales
Schools of fish
SCUBA diving courses
Multiple day sail across the Flores Sea
Scuba diving the Wakatobi National Park
Exploring remote atolls
Hike Puncak Tomia Mountain
Freediving sheltered reefs
Explore limestone cave Liang Bua and the Homo Floresiensis
Flight tickets are not included in the price. When you book a trip, you are responsible for checking start and end destination to book your tickets. It can be a good idea making your flight tickets flexible.
You need to have a travel and repatriation insurance, which you need to show the skipper.
Make sure your insurance covers diving until 30 meters.
Check if you need visas for your specific trip.
Passport valid for at least 6 months upon arrival.
Still have any questions about jumping onboard?
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