Komodo

Who needs Jurassic Park when here in Indonesia we have Komodo Island and its infamous Komodo Dragons? Due to its fearsome residents, this 390-square-kilometre island was once a place of banishment for local people who had to share their lives with the fearsome dragons. Nowadays, Indonesia’s living dinosaurs have their very own national park, and the much-visited Komodo and Rinca Islands are places where Komodo dragons pose for visitors’ photos on a daily basis. Komodo National Park is located on the western end of Flores, 200 nautical miles east of Bali, and was founded to protect the Komodo dragon, and later other species, including over 1,000 species of marine life and the resident giant manta rays. Cruising the Komodo National Park is best done on one of SeaTrek Sailing Adventures liveaboard pinisi sailing ships, so that you can enjoy the full experience of kayaking, paddle boarding, swimming, and snorkelling the magnificent coral reefs. 

 

Cruises related to Komodo

Wonderful Komodo Cruise

A five-day cruise through the waters of Komodo National Park encountering an amazing variety of wildlife from Komodo Dragons to flying foxes, sea eagles and giant manta rays, while visiting white-sand beaches, snorkelling colourful reefs or ascending savannah-wrapped hills offering spectacular views.
Mar thru Sep 2019
17 days / 16 nights

Corals, Cultures & Dragons

Immersing ourselves in the unique nature and island culture of East Sulawesi, we will snorkel on magnificent reefs, explore remote villages, and go on jungle treks to spot endemic birds, before finally encountering the fearsome Komodo dragons on Rinca Island.
Mar 2018 thru Mar 2019
13 days / 12 nights

Seabirds, Cetaceans and Spices

In the company of seabird expert, Gert de Jong, we will encounter Komodo dragons, the marine life of the Wakatobi National Park and the seabird colonies of the Banda Sea, while also exploring the illustrious history of the spice trade.
Sep 2018
12 days / 11 nights

Dragons, Bats, Butterflies & Bugs

Encounter rare indigenous creatures, great and small, from Komodo Dragons to bats, butterflies and bugs, as we cruise through magnificent scenery, gently trek through river valleys and savannah grasslands, and snorkel in the clear waters of the Komodo National Park.
Sep 2018
8 days / 7 nights

Dances, Dragons and Magical Lakes I & II

Immerse yourself in the Komodo National Park and Indonesia’s Lesser Sunda Islands on a voyage of discovery from Bali to Flores, or Flores to Bali, visiting remote beaches, villages, jungle-clad mountain ranges, volcanoes, rivers, waterfalls, a mysterious lake, and the legendary Komodo Dragons.
Mar thru Aug 2019
5 days / 4 nights

Orangutans And Dragons

A two-in-one adventure that will take you on a river-boat cruise through Central Kalimantan in search of proboscis monkeys and orangutans, followed by a sea voyage from Bali to Flores, visiting beaches, villages, waterfalls, a mysterious lake, and the legendary Komodo Dragons.
Mar thru Jul 2019
8 days / 7 nights

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7 Days to Komodo

Looking at a map of Indonesia you can come to a couple of quick conclusions. One, it’s vast. Two, there’s a lot of water to cross if you want to have a good look at it and you are probably going to need a boat. FRV Bali finds a very nice one with Sea… Read More

Komodo to Bali – Our Voyage Continues!

By Peter Rigby & Jacqueline Lang. Continuing the account of our sea voyage from Flores to Bali. Read More

Cruising the Komodos and Beyond

The ship’s bell rings. Like school kids racing to recess, we tear out of our cabin, and spring on to the tender whisking us out to a snorkelling hotspot. Read More

Here be Dragons: the Million-Year Journey of the Komodo Dragon

Far from being the special result of insular evolution, Komodo dragons are the last survivors of a group of huge lizards that ranged over much of Australasia. Read More