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    Go To Komodo Tour, Labuan Bajo - Flores, NTT



    Flores is a world that opens and welcomes you and worth to visit. Visit Flores is an opportunity that comes once in your life. It presents a wonderful nature. Its home of volcanoes, lakes (much known is three color lakes Kelimutu), many historical sites. Flores is also known for its white sand beaches. Moreover, Flores is also well known for its various motifs of Ikat weaving. It’s also the main gate to see the massive ancient living lizard Komodo dragon. Flores is also a place where you can see the stars shining.

    Besides, its people are very friendly, very rich of culture and language. Experience the wonderful and magnificent of Flores is an adventure. In respond to your need they build a tour company: www.gotokomodo.com

    Assisting people who come to their world is their task and responsibility. As a native people they have a big responsibility to keep their nature of spoiled while continue to introduce their richness to another world. They welcome and assist you with smile. Smile that makes you feel at home and smile that makes you keep Flores in your heart. To assist you, they form a team work that is competent and informative. They are composed of very experienced team; the tour operator, the guides, staffs and drivers.



    For more info please contact:

    Mr. Hendrick

    Komplex Bandara komodo Labuan Bajo – Flores

    Jl. Gua Firdaus Labuan Bajo
    Email: hendrickenglishtourguide@gmail.com
    armanrikardus@ymail.com
    Mobile: +62 81 331364926
    www.gotokomodo.com
    Last edited by sunshine; 15-02-2013 at 11:38.
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    Don't forget to visit Tourist Information Centre (TIC) in Labuan Bajo if you having problem. There are you can find all about information Labuan Bajo and Surrounding island in Komodo Island. There is not Travel Operator. You can buy traditional souvenir from TIC if you wont walk around Labuan Bajo island for buy souvenir. Happy Traveling :-)

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    Flores Komodo Tour 10D/9N

    Flores Komodo Tour 10D/9N

    Day 1: Arrival In Maumere
    Upon arrival at Maumere on the island of Flores you will be welcomed by our local guide. Transfer in to the hotel for overnight.

    Day 2: Maumere – Moni (B)
    After Breakfast visit Wuring a Fishing Village in Maumere. Onwards to Ledalero Museum. In this small museum you will see a collection of woven Ikats and precious stones. Sikka is known for is old church from 1899 and Ikat which is enthusiastically sold by the local people. At Paga Beach a moment to relax and if you like you can swim here. Before arrive Moni a visit Traditional village Jopu. In Moni you’ll stay overnight at hotel. Rooms are non AC in this cool hill climate. At night you could make a stroll through the small village of Moni.

    Day 3: Moni – Riung (B) 180 km
    Early morning wake up call for departure to the Kelimutu volcano. A short walk (30 minutes) will take you to the look out point to wait for the sunrise. Kelimutu means Mountain of the Spirits. Known for its famous 3 color lakes: Turquoise, Brown and Black. It’s the dissolved minerals that give the different colors. Breakfast time after return to the hotel.. Continue through beautiful landscape via Ende to Riung. This trip will take you from the south coast, with stop at green stone beach Pengga Jawa, to the dryer north coast of Flores The last part of the road is still in a poor state.
    Overnight at Pondok SVD

    Day 4: 17 islands (B,L)
    Today a boat trip to the National Park 17 islands near Riung. Here a great variety of fish and coral can be seen. Snorkels are included in the tour.But the first stop is at the hundreds of Flying Foxes that hang in the mangrove forests near the coast. Lunch at one of the remote islands. On return to Riung rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at Pondok SVD



    Day 5: 17 islands (B,L)
    Today a boat trip to the National Park 17 islands near Riung. Here a great variety of fish and coral can be seen. Snorkels are included in the tour.But the first stop is at the hundreds of Flying Foxes that hang in the mangrove forests near the coast. Lunch at one of the remote islands. On return to Riung rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at Pondok SVD

    Day 6: Riung – Bajawa (B) 72 km
    In the morning departure for Bajawa. En route visit Soa hot spring where the hot water boils to the surface. You can take a bath if you like. Stop at village of Naru Check into the Hotel. In the afternoon visit Wogo a traditional village. Overnight at Bajawa

    Day 7: Bajawa – Ruteng (B) 133 km
    In the morning a visit to the traditional village of Bena. Besides still in tact, with the megalith stones besides the old houses, this village has beautiful location with views of Mount Inerie.. In the afternoon depart for Ruteng. On the way visit Lake Rana Mese and Ruteng Puu. Overnight Santa Maria or Dahlia Hotel in Ruteng.

    Day 8: Ruteng – Labuan Bajo – Rinca (B,L,D) 137 km
    Our purpose today is to see the Komodo Dragon. This largest living lizard on earth lives on 4 islands Rinca, Nusa Kode, Gili Motang, Komodo and some parts of West Flores. Its length can go up to 3 meters with weight of up to 90 kilo.Morning to Labuan Bajo. En route visit spiderweb rice fields at Cancar. On arrival at Labuan Bajo. Here boarding to cross to less famous Rinca island.Lunch on board. After 2 hour sailing we reach Loh Buaya. Led by a local ranger 2 hour soft trekking through forest and savanna. Komodo Dragons are often spotted on the way. From the highest point on this hike a beautiful panorama of the surrounding island. Dinner and overnight* on Board

    Day 9: Komodo Island & Pink Beach – Labuan Bajo
    Early breakfast on board and departure for Komodo island. This trip over blue tropical waters and past hundreds of small island will take approximately 3 hours until Pink Beach . Here lunch and time to discover the splendid underwater world of these rich waters (snorkels and fins are provided). On to visit Komodo island and make a walk (1 hour) with a local ranger in search of the Komodo dragons. During your visit also wild buffalo, deer, pigs and various species of tropical birds like the Cockatoo can be seen. Return to Labuan Bajo will take around 4 hours. Overnight at a hotel in Labuan Bajo.

    Day 10: Labuan Bajo- Denpasar
    After breakfast stay at hotel while waiting for the transfer to the airport. If time is possible, you’ll visit Batu Cermin before the transfer.

    PRICE INCLUDES:
    Accommodations, Transfers and tours as per the itinerary, Full board meals to Komodo, Entrance fees, porters, Private boat charter to Komodo/ Rinca, Snorkeling gears, Coffee/Tea and water, English speaking guide.

    PRICE EXCLUDES:
    Flight tickets, Meals during Flores trip, travel insurance, Personal expenditure such as laundry, phone calls, tipping, airport taxes, soft drinks and alcoholic drinks, camera fee, etc.

    WHAT TO BRING:
    Dress is casual. Clothing should be light, preferably cotton with at least one long sleeved shirt and pants. Bathing suit, thongs or sandals and sneakers or walking boots, lots of film, camera, replacement batteries, and spares. Women please note Indonesia is a mostly Muslim country and custom dictates modesty. Please be well covered on shore excursions. Bring one light sweater or jacket as it can get cool in the highlands. Also bring sun-screen, insect repellent, sunglasses, sunhat, swimmers. Please advise beforehand if you have any special dietary requirements. Beer is available at local rates. Bring also your passport, visa, airline tickets, local currency and or US$ in small denominations.
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