Flores is a world away from the bustle of Bali, yet it takes just 90 minutes to get here and it’s for people looking for a different sort of holiday.
Outside of Labuan Bajo, the gateway to Komodo National Park, you’ll be lucky to find much in the way of night-life. You will find deserted white-sand beaches though, as well as curious locals, surreal volcanic lakes and beautiful sunsets (news.com.au, 2016)
We start from Labuan Bajo Harbour, then we go to Bidadari Island, Kelor Island (snorkeling time), Gili Lawa Darat (the most beautiful island at Komodo islands region and a perfect spot to snorkle and trekking with great view), Kalong Rinca and off course Komodo Island. Besides komodo, in this Island we can also look at cattle, buffalo, monkeys, partridge, etc. After that, the tour continuous to the Pink Beach. This beach is the best place to snorkle. The coral reefs, fishes and the beach itself is really beautiful. This beach is called Pink Beach because of the sand of this Beach is Pink. The Pink sands derived from abrasion of coral reefs across the beach which look pinky.
Then we will proceed to Karang Makasar (Manta Ray Point) to see Manta Ray or various sea creatures across the Coral Reefs. Look for a glimps of wingtips breaking the surface, or the shadowy form of a manta gliding under the boat.