Daily Rinca Island Tour

Daily Rinca island tour is provided you to explore Rinca island and other snorkeling spots, this is one of the best package offers you to see the wildlife of komodo dragons, rinca island is the second biggest island within komodo park, and the most populated dragons on the islands.

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Pick-up from hotel or air port Labuan bajo than drive to Labuan bajo harbor to take wooden boat than crossing to our first destination called Rinca island ,RINCA ISLAND is second habitat of komodo dragon here you will see Komodo dragon in their life in wild beside of that there are many another animal that we can see also like,wild deer ,water buffalo ,and many kinds of bird ,in Rinca we will spend more less 3 hours than boating to manjarite bay Manjarite bay is new snorkeling spot ,which is not many travel agency or local boat knows that place so the coral still alive we will spend more less 1 -1,5 hour that move to another place call kelor island Kelor island quite famous place with their landscape where we can soft trekking and get nice view of the island ,not only hiking you an able to do some activity like snorkeling,sun bathing,relax and swim. After kelor island we boating back to Labuan bajo harbor and get great memory along the trip .



Wooden boat, lunch, snorkeling equipment ,experienced English speaking guide, free coffee+tea+ mineral water ,on board 2x transfer service


entrance ticket , donation fee , air ticket ,

What to bring:

Long pants,, swimming suits, towel, insect spray, sun protection, trekking/walking shoes, , Rain coat (when it’s rain), Sweater/Jackets during rainy season, Camera/Video Camera, IDR in Cash for personal expenses, and other important things during your travel date which unmentioned here

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