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Bali – Komodo – Labuan Bajo
" Exploring Komodo National Park "
7 Days/6 Nights

Welcome aboard Sea Safari Cruises. You join our boat in the port of Benoa in Bali where welcome drinks will be offered, cabin allocation will take place and a full safety briefing will be given before we depart to Nusa Lembongan Island.
This neighboring island of Bali that is known for its amazing underwater world is where you will enjoy the day. With a whole host of water activities like glass bottom boat, banana boat and snorkeling; and we also offer you an optional land tour where you visit the seaweed farms and an underground hand carved historical house called Gala - Gala. In the afternoon, we sail to Nara Bay (Lombok).
Meals : Lunch & Dinner

In the early morning as the sun rises over Mount Rinjani, we anchor in Nara Bay on the North West of Lombok. After breakfast we go ashore and our first visit is the tropical forest at Pusuk where we can feed monkeys and in a clear weather, enjoy the amazing view of surrounding forest. We then continue to the local market Gunung Sari and go on to visit Lingsar Temple, a unique site that dates back to 1714 and that sacred to both Hindus and Moslems and proceed to Banyumulek to see how the locals make famous pottery products. Passing through the most famous tourist resort of Lombok, Senggigi Beach on the way back to the boat, we stop at Malibu the most fantastic view point to see the Gili Island. If conditions are favorable we can do snorkeling here.
Meals : breakfast, lunch, and dinner

We arrive early at  Pulau Moyo which is a wildlife and marine reserve. We will make a landfall visit including waterfall activity. En-route, we will stop at one of several fine snorkeling sites along its west coast and go ashore at the village of Labuan Haji. In the late afternoon we hoist the anchor and begin cruising to Satonda Island.
Meals : breakfast, lunch, and dinner

We arrive at the uninhabited island of Satonda which is separated by a narrow strait from the Tambora Volcano on the Sumbawa mainland, the site of largest eruption in recorded history. Going ashore we discover that Satonda its self is a small volcano as well and that it has a salty lake at its crater. On this peaceful island, there will be free time for swimming and snorkeling or diving. In the afternoon we set sail to Wera.
Meals : breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Day 5 : WERA
Wera is located at the north east coast of Sumbawa Island, the south side of active volcano Sangeang. About 1.500 people live in this area. Most of them are farmers at of the dry land of Sangeang and they are famous as wooden boat builders, we can also visit the school (if it’s not school holiday). The black volcanic sand makes for some very colourful snorkeling and diving in this area. We will also visit a very special site where you can snorkel at the hydrothermal vents of the active volcano.
Meal : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast we will go ashore where a park ranger will escort us across the island for about an hour trek (approximately 4.5 km there and back) to help us locate and photograph the one and only Komodo Dragon (Varanus comodensis) that lives only on Komodo Island, Rinca Island and a few other small islands in the area. After walking around to find the species left unchanged since the dinosaurs, we will spend the remainder of the day snorkeling and relaxing on the beautiful “Red Beach” of Komodo with its amazing marine gardens. In the late afternoon we hoist the anchor and proceed to Sabolan.
Meals : breakfast, lunch, and dinner

The last stop at Sabolan, here you will be able to do water activities before disembarkation at Labuan Bajo Harbor. You will be transferred to the airport to catch your flight back to Bali or your next destination.
Meal : Breakfast

End of the trip.

The Captain, Dive master and Cruise director reserve the right to change the following Itinerary and the particular services if required due to the weather condition or safety issues.

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