Bali is one of the islands part of Indonesia that does not have mining products, limited agricultural land. The advantages of this one island are a natural beauty and very fascinating culture, which has been known, admired by the world. The fact is that the development of tourism in Bali has improved the standard of living of the Balinese people. The Nusa Dua Tourism area was born because of the objective need for quality rooms. Estimates of increasing domestic and world tourists from year to year have come true. The Nusa Dua project is a master plan for the development of Bali Tourism. The land in Nusa Dua is considered unproductive but has a beach with stunning white sand. Reflecting the characteristics of high-scale international standards for all planned facilities, Nusa Dua beach resort began to appear. Until now, Nusa Dua is a tourism area on an international scale. Many hotels & resorts have international marketing networks.
Nusa Dua Beach Resort, blending Balinese architecture and culture
The Tanjung Benoa area is part of tourism development to improve the living standards of the Balinese people. Tanjung Benoa can be said to be included in the Nusa Dua area which is a destination for domestic and foreign tourists. Not much different from the ITDC area, the Tanjung Benoa area offers its own charm with the availability of water sports. This area is an area that you must visit to enjoy banana boats, speed boats, and others.
The waves at Tanjung Benoa are very calm and the waters are not deep. The combination of white sand and very calm sea waves makes Tanjung Benoa beach one of the best locations for beginner water sports activities. Types of favorite water sports rides in Tanjung Benoa such as; parasailing, jet ski, banana boat, rolling donut, snorkeling, and scuba diving. In addition, all Tanjung Benoa watersports activities are intended for beginners. Therefore, almost every day Tanjung Benoa beach is always crowded with tourist visits.
Of course, not everyone who comes to the Tanjung Benoa beach in Bali will play the Tanjung Benoa watersport activity. Some tourists choose to just watch or take a walk on the Tanjung Benoa beach while seeing the beautiful scenery of the beach.
Bali Benoa Holiday Inn is one of the Nusa Dua beach resorts that offers comfortable and luxurious facilities. Other additional facilities ranging from a spa, children’s playground and even a cooking class accompanied by a classy chef can be an activity during your stay. Rows of hotels and resorts in the Nusa Dua and Tanjung Benoa areas can be the perfect choice for you and your family vacation.
Everyone wants to live in Canggu these days: it’s hip, gorgeous, exciting, and still reasonably priced. Canggu may be the holy land for individuals seeking sun, enjoyment, and a decent spot to base themselves in Southeast Asia. Canggu is home to chic restaurants and cafes, laid-back beach bars, and a welcoming nomad and expat community staying in their tropical Canggu Bali villa rentals.
On the other hand, if you’re looking for a “genuine Balinese experience,” whatever that means, this isn’t the place to go.
However, There’s something for everyone in Canggu, from spending a morning sipping coffee in a light-filled cafe to viewing a spectacular sunset from one of the many beach clubs. Heres how a day in Canggu looks like.
Join Yoga Classes in the Morning
Even though Ubud is the true yoga hub of Bali, Canggu has plenty of opportunities to practice your sun salutations. Yoga shalas or classes are available at many lodging establishments, and there are also various yoga studios.
We were fortunate in that our hotel (The Chillhouse Bali) provided a complimentary yoga class twice daily. Yoga sessions ranged from relaxing meditation to strenuous vinyasa movements. We can definitely recommend the Chillhouse if you’re seeking for a location to stay with a diverse selection of yoga possibilities.
Have Morning Coffee and Brunch in Butterman
Butterman has virtually overflowed with consumers since debuting in September. They come for the soft and crunchy croissants, which come in plain, chocolate, and double-baked with almond cream, as well as stuffed croissants with béchamel sauce, ham, or chorizo and drizzled with Emmental cheese from the French-Swiss border region.
Enjoy Some Relaxing Time in Your Vacation Rental in Canggu
Not everyday have to be spent for exploring beaches, trying out new restaurants, or partying in beach clubs. Spare some days just lounging in the private pool of your villa Canggu; cooling down from Bali’s heat, reading books, or just enjoying fresh tropical fruits. While hotels might be lovely and comfortable, they rarely have a lot of space. One of the reasons we love a villa rentals in Canggu, Bali, whenever we we can is because of this benefit. We can all be in the same place for late-night conversation or lingering over breakfast that we’ve cooked together if we stay in a vacation rental.
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Surfing in the Strips of Echo and Berawa Beaches
In Canggu, one thing is impossible to avoid: surfing. Canggu’s beaches are among Bali’s most well-known (and crowded) surf locations. There are tanned individuals everywhere, racing about with surfboards or riding around on scooters with their boards.
If you want to learn to surf, Canggu is a fantastic place to do so. There are as many surf schools and camps in Canggu as there are sand on the beach. The Chillhouse Bali is a great option for you (where we ourselves also stayed). There are surf lessons available with highly qualified instructors.
Lounge for Sunset in the Lawn Canggu
The Lawn Canggu is a relaxed, upscale beachfront pub with beanbags and couches strewn around an artificial lawn in front of Batu Balong Beach. Grab a drink and sit in just in time for sunset. If you go at the proper time, you might be able to catch some live music while you’re there.
Or Just Walk Down to Any Beaches and Enjoy the Sunset
Canggu has a southwesterly orientation. As a result, Canggu’s beaches are ideal for watching spectacular sunsets. To enjoy it, you may either rest in the sand or find a spot in one of the many bars. The sun sets between 6 and 6:30 p.m. in Bali every year, making it ideal for a sundowner or an evening supper.
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Get in the ‘Gu Night Vibe at Old Man’s
Last but not least, if you enjoy partying, Canggu is the place to be. There is no longer a weekday when there isn’t a party or an event taking place someplace. We’re not big party people, but we couldn’t pass up the chance to check out Canggu’s nightlife.
The Old Man’s, directly on Batu Bolong beach, is one of the hotspots. During the day, it’s really cozy here. Live music is performed early in the evening, and a DJ is occasionally present. The famed Sunday parties in Deus are also packed. Local musicians frequently perform here, and you can dance all night.
Hiking is fun and all but not really when you are lost somewhere in the deep end of the forest. With how tall and dense the forest is, it can be hard to navigate yourself and find your way back to safe place. Hiking alone increases the risk of getting lost especially if you are unfamiliar with the place. Hence, it is a must to develop skills to navigate yourself. It is also essential to always bring the right tools to help you find your way during a hike. here are useful tips to help you navigating yourself when lost during a hike:
Navigate your route even before the hike
It is possible today to see the forest from above before plunging into it. You can get aerial overview of the forest you are going to explore in advance by using Google Earth. Hence, you will get to see trails, rivers, roads, and everything else that forms a perimeter. This is a good preparation so you can plan how to orient yourself back.
Print a paper map
Of course, you can always use the more modern version of map you can easily download from your phone. However, it is best to not rely solely on those modern technology. However, you can always have good navigation app and handheld GPS to compliment your toolkit to stay oriented throughout your hiking journey. If you are not familiar with the apps, learn those prior your hiking dates.
Find your way during the hike
What you have prepared in advance such as studying the route, printing paper map, downloading navigation app, and bringing a compass can help a lot in orienting yourself. However, there is always possibility for you to get lost during your hike. What to do when it happens is stay calm. Then look for trail blazes marked at eye level on rocks, trees, or posts on major trails.
Don’t bend your map
When you see the map, don’t bend them because it increase the risk of you reading it wrong. Also, it is best to keep checking your route through the map instead of waiting until you get lost somewhere. This way, you know you stay on the right routes. It allows you to orient yourself frequently. You can check the map while having a drink of water.
When you are lost, stop moving around and stay as calm as possible. It can be difficult when you know you are lost in unfamiliar place with no one to help you. However, moving around will only add the panic and you may get deeper into unfamiliar area. Try to think clearly and remember the route.
Observe your surroundings thoroughly and look for any signs such as foot scrapes, trail blazes, etc. Then, have a solid plan before moving again. It is also recommended to follow water downhill if you don’t have any alternative to find your way. Water downhill and downstream leads to coast or lakes, where humans tend to be.
Dive cruises without experience and careful planning may disappoint you. Komodo Island, one of the favorite destinations for diving lovers, is located in West Nusa Tenggara. As you might expect, guests frequently ask this question, and it’s a difficult one to answer. You may not realize it, but Komodo is a year-round diving destination. Offering different spots to explore during each “diving season” and month. Komodo island has diverse fauna to encounter and changing sea conditions.
Plan Your Diving Season Komodo Vacation
The dry season lasts from April to October, and the monsoon or wet season lasts from November to March. But don’t be fooled by the phrase “monsoon”. The mainland of Flores receives a lot of rain, although it’s rare to experience more than a few afternoons of rain on a voyage out on a boat around the islands. This is true even during the wettest months of January and February, which are two of the finest months for wildlife, avoiding the throng, and exploring the deep south of Komodo National Park.
So when is the best time to visit Komodo? It all depends on what you want to get out of your trip to Komodo. Is it Manta Rays that you’re after? Are you a Macro aficionado? Do you wish to get away from the crowds? Have the clearest visibility or the warmest water? Or go diving/snorkeling on the less-visited south Komodo and Rinca islands? Let’s break the diving season down for you month by month so you can begin planning your Komodo diving vacation.
As previously said, this is a technically rainy season, so expect some rain and varying visibility/water temperature. However, this is an excellent time to see Manta Rays, and many dive locations will be completely empty. Dive spots in the south of Rinca/Komodo, which are only accessible by liveaboard, are also available. These sites are substantially different from the Central and Northern sites in terms of macro and topography.
The wettest month in Komodo! But as with January, it’s a great time to visit the less-visited southern locations. Where there are plenty of Manta Rays and the chance of seeing other divers is at its lowest.
The beginning of the transition from wet to dry season, which can mean that the entire National Park is yours to explore on a longer trip. Visibility and water temperature are unpredictably variable, but now is an excellent time to fully explore Komodo, observe Manta Rays, and avoid crowds.
The dry season has begun, but the windy season has yet to begin. Resulting in calm waters and an increase in the number of tourists. Divers’ attention is increasingly drawn to the well-known Central and Northern dive locations. It’s still a fantastic time to observe Manta Rays, and the water temperature and visibility may be spectacular.
The dry season is in full swing, the windy season has begun. The Central and Northern sections of Komodo begin to offer some of the best diving conditions in the world. In the Central area, the number of Manta sightings begins to decline. The water temperature rises and the food supply for them decreases. However, with good visibility, vivid colors, and a plethora of marine life, the coral’s vitality is starting to show.
June & July
Incredible diving conditions in the Central and Northern zones. The visibility of 30+ meters, and water temperatures of 29-30 degrees Fahrenheit. Manta Ray sightings are rare and mainly include juveniles as the Manta Rays migrate south of Komodo in search of cold, plankton-rich seas. The number of divers begins to rise drastically, resulting in overcrowding at popular dive locations during peak hours. It’s also worth noting that it’s Komodo Dragon breeding season right now… During this period, the Dragons are less visible.
Divers are still focusing on the Central and Northern zones, and the conditions are still outstanding. Outside of the busiest hours for day trip divers, there is plenty of Pelagic action at places like Castle Rock and The Cauldron.
The peak tourist season has passed. The winds have died down, and the attention remains on Central and Northern Komodo. This is a terrific time to visit because the diving season conditions are excellent without the crowds.
Manta rays are beginning to return to Central Komodo, the dive spots are peaceful, and the seas are calm. After a busy high season, this is the start of traveler favorite Komodo diving season, and we hesitantly begin to explore a little further south.
This is usually the hottest month here and the start of the seasonal transition. The exploration to the south has begun, and practically all of Komodo National Park is open to visitors. This is also the time of year when we begin to see whales pass by as we travel.
The beginning of the wet season, but rainfall in the islands is minimal. Finally, the southern sites are opening up with increased temperature and visibility. The Central area still offers some great diving but the exposed Northern sites usually become less diveable with very low visibility and rough seas. The first two weeks of December are often very quiet so a great time to visit and lose the crowds.
Korea has one of the most distinguished cultures in the world that has attracted so many people around the world. Aside from music and their drama, their cuisine is also very popular. It feels like endless to talk about Korean cuisine since there are so many of them that taste heavenly. However, we are not going to talk about their Ramyeon, Kimbab, or Jajangmyeon. Today, we are going to explore more about their traditional and modern sweets and desserts. Here are several of them you definitely have to try:
Tteok is Korean rice cakes that has been there for centuries. It is traditional sweet usually served for big celebrations, events, traditional festivals, or welcoming guests. This sweets are made from glutinous rice steamed and added with several other grains to enrich the flavor. Potato starch is one of the most common types of grains to be added to make Tteok. There are large varieties of Tteok and the most popular ones include Garaetteok, Injeolmi, Ggul Tteok, and Sultteok.
This is sort of honey cookies and considered traditional sweet in Korea. The literal meaning of Yakgwa is medicinal snack. It is because this snack contains various ingredients good for body such as honey and oil. This sweet is prepared by mixing honey, oil, and fine flour powder. It is then formed and coated with fried rice and sesame seeds. This sweet full of healthy ingredients are often served during big celebrations, ceremonies, holiday, and rituals.
This is Korean pancake and categorized into dessert snack in Korea. You can find it at many food vendors across the country. It is made from cinnamon, brown sugar, peanuts, then filled with sweet syrup. Today, the fillings are more varied, including cheese, cream, various jams, and more. It is best to eat Hotteok while it is still hot or warm especially at night or during chilly days.
This is Korean rice beverage that tastes sweet and refreshing. This is traditional sweet drink made of fermented rice and malt barley. The flavor of grains is what makes this drink tastes sweet. This is healthy drink because it aids digestion since it is fermented. There are traditional sikhye sold in may places. There are also canned sikhye you can buy in various convenient stores in Korea.
This is a more modern dessert and already popular inside and outside of Korea. It is shaved ice with sweet rea beans. This is a popular sweet many people love to enjoy especially during summer. A bowl of Patbingsu contains sweetened red beans, ice flakes, rice cakes, jelly, soybean powder, and milk.
This is also getting more popular these days. It is Korean spongy candy made by melting sugar and baking soda. It is formed into various interesting shapes before it completely hardens. Many people love this candy not only for its sweet flavor but also the process of making it. Some people even make it into a fun game to see who can make Dalgona without cracking it.
Away from the hustle and bustle of the metropolitan city, one of the special destinations in Indonesia that offers serenity and peace. Raja Ampat is a regency that is part of the West Papua Province. The natural wonders on offer are so amazing that visitors may find it difficult to leave. The Raja Ampat trip takes you across an area of approximately 4.6 million hectares. The waters of Raja Ampat are the best diving and snorkeling destinations that have their own legends. Waigeo Island, Batanta Island, Salawati Island, Misool Island, and 1847 other tiny islands make up this district.
What makes your Raja Ampat Trip special?
The Raja Ampat islands are home to 75 percent of the world’s coral species. With the discovery of 1,318 species of fish, 699 species of mollusks, and 537 species of coral reefs. This destination has a high species richness and uniqueness Raja Ampat offers the sensation of diving. You can meet a wide variety of unique marine biotas, such as pygmy seahorse, batfish, and dugongs.
Best diving spots
Kabui Passage, near Arborek Island Pier, Sauwandarek, Yenbuba, Friwen Wall, and many others are only a few of Raja Ampat’s best diving spots. It’s no surprise that so many international tourists are eager to go all the way to Indonesia to experience the captivating underwater beauty. You don’t want to miss out, so plan a trip to Raja Ampat now!
The panorama above the surface is just as beautiful as the underwater splendor. When viewed from the top of the hill, the panorama of the row of stone islands in the middle of the blue water gradation appears heavenly. Yes, prepare a strong physique and go trekking to the top of the hill to witness such gorgeous sights!
Tourism Village in Raja Ampat
Raja Ampat not only has spectacular natural beauty, but it also has welcoming local communities that will make Pesona Buddy feel at ease. Apart from enjoying the natural world, don’t forget to immerse yourself in the local culture, OK? The Arborek Tourism Village welcomes Pesona visitors and guests.
You can choose from a variety of hotel options and tourist attractions while visiting this tourist village. Watching the manufacture of Arborek’s famed woven handicrafts, or sampling traditional Papuan cuisines such as papeda or sinole.
How to get there?
Sobat Pesona must first fly to Sorong, Papua, from Jakarta or other large cities in order to visit the Raja Ampat islands. You can continue your travel to Raja Ampat by water after arriving at Sorong Airport.
Falaya Harbor near Wasai, Yellu Harbor on Misool Island, and Marindi Airport on Waigeo Island are the three entrances and checkpoints to Raja Ampat.
Great Budget Liveaboard For Komodo National Park
Exploring The Largest Marine Park in Indonesia
Cheese is one of the most versatile item you can make into various delicacies. Cheese is best for snack, main course, appetizer, dessert, and matched with various drinks. You can find cheese in many varieties that taste heavenly. Every place around the world has special signature of dishes made with cheese. In Italian cuisine, you can also find how cheese is incorporated into their signature dishes. When you travel around Italy, consider visit different regions to get to know more of their authentic cuisine. More importantly, you can learn more about Italian cuisine through their special cheeses as follow:
This is also known worldwide as Parmesan Cheese. This special cheese from Italy has hard texture with semi-fat. It is produced with unpasteurized cow milks without adding any additives. This special cheese goes through slow aging process, resulting in unique taste. The aroma of Parmesan Cheese is pretty strong. It can be eaten in many ways, be it in flakes or grated on.
This cheese is originated in the Aosta Alley. It was found back then in 1200 by the family De Funtina. However, there is another version that tells this cheese was named after the village of Fontinaz. There is no clear proof to back up both stories. However, this Italian cheese is very special. It is made from whole cow’s milk from a single milking. The milk is treated with salt and water. The cheese becomes soft once semi-cooked. It also has that softness, elasticity, and sweetness to it. It goes through 80 days of processing before being edible. You can eat it in many ways such as melting it in pan, gnocchi, on steak, or added to stuffings, soup, or salads.
This is another popular cheese you can find in many Italian dishes. Originated in southern Italy, this cheese has become the queen of the table. It has simple yet delicate taste produced with pasteurized cow’s milk added with rennet and lactic ferment. This cheese has white color with smooth, and soft texture. It is the fundamental of topping for pizza and many other baked dishes.
This cheese is originated in Gorgonzola city in 1000. this cheese has its unique taste required from the aging technique used to make it. The cow milk is placed in natural caves where mold are being created by falling spores. There are two types of Gorgonzola you can enjoy today. They are spicy Gorgonzola and sweet Gorgonzola.
This cheese has gain more popularity these days. Burrata is originated in Apulia. This cheese is produce with cow’s milk obtained from a fusion of cream and mozzarella strips. And those are the main reasons why Burrata has that unique taste of fresh cream and butter. Burrata is loved by many people across the globe due to its flavor that tend to be sweet and very pleasant int he mouth with no salt. It is simply fresh to the taste without any too strong smell or weird texture.
Bali is one of the world’s most family-friendly places, drawing you in and making you want to come back again and again! Bali is a serene and spiritual destination with breathtaking views and a diversified landscape. There is enough to see and do in Bali for all types of families, from the rice terraces of Canggu to the rip-roaring surf of Ulawatu. And with its close geographical location, many Singaporeans find this island ideal for a perfect family getaway. Whether you want to relax at a Bali family resorts with a fantastic kids’ club or participate in a family yoga retreat, there’s something for everyone. So here’s a guide to travel in Bali with your kids.
Choose Nusa Dua Over Kuta if You Want Family Peace
If you’re wondering where to stay in Bali with kids, Nusa Dua, in the south of the island, is the best place to go. It’s home to many Bali five-star hotels and family-friendly beach resorts. Snorkeling, jet skiing, surfing, sailing, and glass-bottom boat trips are just a few of the activities available to children in these safe shallow seas. From here, you can travel to Jimbaran for sunsets, head to Seminyak to find restaurants and stroll around Kuta for shopping.
Stay in Bali Family Resorts for A Relaxing Holiday
Choosing where to stay in Bali is one of the secrets to creating the perfect family vacation in Bali. There are numerous areas to select from, with each of the top Bali locations having its own particular vibe. The popularity of family hotels and resorts in Bali is high. The Holiday Inn Bali Benoa is a wonderful choice for family resorts because of its family-friendly accommodations, facilities, and activities.
Always Choose Accommodation with Breakfast
Breakfast-included lodging might save you a lot of money, especially if you’re traveling with children. They’ll be set for the day if they eat pancakes, eggs, toast, and fruit. If you prefer a Balinese breakfast over a Western breakfast, most hotels provide both.
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Experience Spa with Kids in Your Family Resort
When was the last time you have spa? In some family resorts like the Holiday Inn, you can have mom & daughter or father & son spa package where you can indulge in relaxing massage and rejuvenate in clay masks with your little ones.
Play in Flamingo Beach Club
With wonderful meals, a swimming pool, and a little but amazing playground zone, it’s a favorite place to lounge around all day. Come on weekdays, and you’ll be able to enjoy the beach club more because it won’t be as crowded. The youngsters can ride gigantic flamingo floaties and slide down the pirate ship-themed playground. On the weekends, though, they have free face painting activities for the youngsters starting at 4 p.m. They also bring some species from the Balitopia Butterfly Park, which is located directly over the street. I’m quite sure they’re both run by the same people.
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Play in Waterbom Bali
Now, waterboms is quite a luxury for many Singaporean kids. You might have visited the Adventure Cove water park or the Wild Wild Wet, but nothing is like the Waterbom Park Kuta Bali. This giant water park is a fantastic spot for a family day out, featuring rides, slides, adventure, and leisure attractions for children and people of all ages. The entire complex is created and maintained to strict international safety standards, and includes major state-of-the-art tubing, matting, and body sliding thrills.
Waterbom’s ‘Bombastic Aquatic Playground,’ especially for kids aged 12 and under, is an interactive pool of fun where kids can have hours of fun, thrills, and spills in a fully supervised and safe setting.
Visit the Birds at Bali Bird Park
Bali’s Bird Park, which is lush with tropical plants and trees and home to over a thousand unusual and beautiful birds, has over 60 aviaries. The bird park is a great educational adventure for the whole family! Kids can see more than 250 species of birds in the Bird park—like Birds of paradise, kingfishers, hornbills, parrots, flamingos, peacocks, and the critically endangered Bali Starling—that cannot be easily found back in Singapore.
It is such a dream to be able to focus on our task all day long. However, it is only a dream because it is rather impossible to do so. Humans have limit and are easily distracted. Especially with how we are living in always-connected world where everything is just one click away. Hence, it is even more challenging to stay focused one one thing.
How to regain your focus
It is important to have the ability to fully concentrate on something you are working on. It helps a lot for you to learn new things, perform more optimally, as well as achieve goals. It is possible for you to improve your mental focus by developing positive habits on daily basis. It is because building steady mental focus cannot be done overnight. So here are some tips to help you improve your mental focus:
Assessing the strength of your mental focus
It is important to figure out your strength of mental focus first before trying any efforts to improve it. If you find it easy to stay alert, set goals and break tasks up into smaller parts and know when to take short breaks, then your mental focus works just fine. But if you find yourself easily daydreaming, unable to tune out distractions, or losing track of your progress easily, then you need to work on more on your mental focus.
Find out distractions and remove them
Every individual may have different kind of distraction that diverse them from their focus. With distractions, it is easy to lose concentration, making your productivity decreased significantly. Hence, find out major distractions that hold you back from being focused. Then, remove or minimize them as much as possible. If you tend to get distracted by noise, choose more quiet place to do your task.
Avoid multitasking and limit your focus
Multitasking is not for everyone. Hence, it is important that you know whether or not multitasking is for you. If it is not, it is best to know what approach that work with your focus and concentration the best. Imagine your focus as your attention. Where you put your attention at will help you to see the thing clearly. Hence, it is best to give full attention to the top of your priority instead of juggling multiple tasks at once.
It is such a hot topic right now but it is for good reason. You may consider practicing mindfulness meditation on your daily routine to help improve your mental focus. Through this meditation, you learn deep breathing exercise. It helps you in maintaining your mind to stay peaceful and calm. When you are at that state of mind, your focus will be at the best potential. In one study, it was found that people who practice mindfulness meditation were able to stay longer on their tasks. It made them stay focused on one task without switching between tasks too frequently. There was also progress to their performance and their productivity was significantly increased.
The Komodo sailing excursion is quite relaxing! You can find the most up-to-date availability for scuba diving trips in Komodo by searching on Google. There are a variety of live onboard providers to meet every budget and requirement. Most of the liveaboard boats are based in Labuan Bajo all year round, or just to spend part of the year exploring Komodo. Budget plans for Komodo National Park Liveaboards are a great place to sail and dive at a reasonable price.
Budget Liveaboard, Make Your Dream Come True
Think about dragons! Consider the gin-clear waves that lap against the pink beaches. Imagine snorkeling across coral reefs surrounded by schools of fish of all shapes, sizes, and colors. Consider traveling through deep blue oceans and islands that look like they belong on the set of Jurassic Park.
Komodo has some of the world’s top diving and snorkeling. Unfortunately, you can’t snorkel right off the beach in Komodo.
To see Komodo’s underwater treasures, you’ll need to join a guided snorkeling or diving cruise. It’s simple to charter a boat in Labuan Bajo, and it’s not as pricey as you may assume.
Divers in Komodo have the opportunity to see a variety of large marine creatures, including manta rays, sharks, and dolphins, to mention a few. The dive sites vary a lot: there are pinnacles as well as sandy slopes, and there are lots of drift dives as well as swim-against-the-current dives.
We feel that chartering your own boat for an overnight excursion provides excellent value and an unforgettable experience. The majority of tours in Labuan Bajo are oriented toward divers. Many of these diving cruises include snorkeling, the majority of the reefs are only accessible to divers, and you’ll most likely pay the same fee as divers.
How to get to Komodo
The most popular and highly recommended method to come to Komodo is to fly to Labuan Bajo. Book a budget liveaboard and you may visit Komodo National Park at your leisure and sleep in some incredible locations on the boat. This way, you may go for a sunrise trek, a night dive, or simply watch the sunset from your boat’s deck.
There’s also the possibility of doing a liveaboard from Bali. Before heading to Komodo, you’ll do some diving in the Lombok region. The Bali liveaboard trip to Komodo will be amazing.