One Day trip

Labuan Bajo – Rinca – Kelor – Kanawa

Pick up at your hotel and board to your boat. Our guide will present you the facilities, give you the safety instructions and describe you the itinerary. Our first destination will be Rinca Island.


Rinca Island is the second largest island in the park. It’s also the best place to meet the Komodo dragons as it has actually more dragons than Komodo Island. However, you could also see other wild animals, such as water buffalo, wild boar, horses, Timor deer and macaques. There is also great diversity of birds. The rangers will suggest you 3 treks: an half hour, one hour or a two hours treks. You are free to choose which one suits you best.


While a delicious lunch will be served, we will head for Kelor Island. Kelor is a small uninhabited island. You will enjoy a peaceful atmosphere and unspoiled nature, get around and enjoy sightseeing. You can climb the hill and access an amazing view of Komodo National Park. The water is clear and the sand is soft. Numerous types of fishes also live in the water, including clown fishes also named Nemo. If you have an underwater camera, you can shoot great pictures of marine life.


Then we will go to Kanawa Island. It’s considered as one of south-east Asia’s most idyllic islands, fully surrounded by spectacular reef. Snorkeling around Kanawa, in the pristine waters will make you discover thousands of fish species, turtles, corals and reef sharks, sometimes it is possible to see some mantas just around the arrival jetty. At the center of the island a hill guarantees astonishing 360 degrees views all over Komodo National Park, offering one of the world’s most spectacular sunsets.

Price includes

  • Return transfers in Labuan Bajo
  • Full service on board including 3 meals per day and snacks
  • Water, coffee and tea available 24h/self service
  • Snorkeling gear sharing

Price excludes

  • Return flights and airport taxes
  • Entrance fees (Komodo and Rinca)
  • Personnal expenses (Laundry, phone call, …)
  • Soft drinks and alcoholic drinks
  • Camera and Video-Camera Fee to be paid at Komodo National Park
  • Tips and gratuities

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