I've been on the Amalia, owned by Uber Scuba Komodo about 7 times over the past 4 years.
It's an Indonesian phinisi, and the owners have poured their love onto every detail of the boat. It is one of the most comfortable and homey boats I've ever been on. Great bean bag chill-out areas, restaurant- style food (no buffet) and I always feel like family when there.
– BA, United Arab Emirates
Departure 10 AM
Kelor Island: Snorkel
Trekking to the top of Kelor Island Rinca Island: Komodo Dragon visit. Kalong Island: Beach and Snorkel Flying Foxes
Rinca Island: Mooring overnight
Padar Island: Sunrise on top of Padar
Pink Beach: Swim & Selfie
Taka Makassar: beautiful white sand beach Manta Point: Snorkeling with the grateful giants Paddleboard, Sunset beer and relax
Mooring overnight close to Siaba/Sebayur Island
Turtles City or maybe more Mantas? In Mauan.
Snorkeling and playing to the beach Back to Labuan Bajo 5.30 PM
This itinerary is a sample and it may depending on weather and sea conditions, flight timetables and other unforeseen circumstances.
What's included ?
- Rental of full set of diving equipment
- Komodo Highlights and paddleboards
- Unlimited tea, coffee, water
- Freshly cooked Meal snacks onboard
What's excluded ?
- Daily entrance fees
- Entrance fees
- Extra dive
- Alcohool drinks and soda
You must have cash available to pay upon morning of the dive - registration the day
arrival the National Park Fee and the entrance prior is mandatory.
fees to the Islands, this can only be accepted in Indonesian Rupiah (cash).
WHAT TO BRING ?
> Passport & Insurance (If Divers)
> Clothing - We have plenty of space for your luggage
> A hoodie, a sweater or something warm
> Sun lotion (coral/reef friendly)
> Toiletries:, Tooth brash and paste, Shampoo, shower gel (we have on board)
> Some cash for crew tip, purchasing beers & wine onboard and any Komodo souvenirs
> Local SIM CARD with Data
> Hand sanitiser and face mask > Camera
Here you can find the description of the boat :
From 5 800 000 IDR
Komodo National Park, Nusa Tenggara oriental, Indonésie