4 Days 3 Nights

(maximum 10 person): IDR 140,000,000

Embark on the experience of a lifetime aboard Gammara with a cruise that will simply blow your mind. We’ll take you to remote parts of the Komodo National Park, a protected area encompassing an array of tropical islands. Be at one with the beauty of nature as you snorkel coral reefs, sunbathe on exotic beaches, climb hilltops to watch the sunset and witness Komodo dragons in their native habitat. This journey will carry you across the sea on a comfortable liveaboard with plenty of time to chill out on deck as all your needs are taken care of by our friendly crew.

Trip Includes

  • Daily breakfast
  • Morning refreshment
  • Lunch
  • Afternoon refreshment
  • Dinner

*Meals are not including alcoholic drink.

Day 1

Meeting point at the harbour

Pick up at your hotel or the airport for a meeting point at the harbour (09.30 AM). Welcome drinks served, while our guide will present you the facilities & do the briefing of safety instructions and describe the itinerary.

Kelor Island

Kelor island, is a small uninhabited island in Labuan Bajo. You will enjoy a peaceful atmosphere and unspoiled nature, get around, have a dip, hike and enjoy sightseeing. The water is clear and the sand is soft. The sea scenery is definitely top-notch.


Manjarite Beach is a true oasis of luxury, boasting crystal clear turquoise waters and pristine white sand that feels like velvet underfoot. The beach’s secluded location and lush greenery provide the perfect backdrop for a relaxing day of sunbathing, swimming, and indulging in the finer things in life. The warm sun and gentle breeze caress your skin while the sounds of nature lull you into a state of complete relaxation.

Kalong Island

This island is keeping mystery and kept secret by the local people in particular from Labuan Bajo of Flores. It is a small island covered by mangroves. It’s the home of thousands of bats. At the end of the day, when daylight is replaced by darkness, they leave their nest to get some food. The sky will be covered by these majestic creatures.

Day 2

Padar Island

Padar Island is the third largest island in Komodo National Park after Komodo and Rinca Islands. For those who love photographic, this is perhaps the best place for spectacular photos. From the top of the hill you will enjoy a surreal panorama. It’s all surrounded by three turquoise bays, and curiously, each one of the bays’ beaches has different coloured sand: One is pearly white, another charcoal black, and a third is a very rare baby pink. It is a rare combination, a quirk of this unique island.

Pink Beach

In the morning we will relax at Pink Beach which has pink sand along its coastline. Furthermore, the pink colour is caused by the mixture of white calcium carbonate and the bright red skeletons of dead organ pipe corals which grow under its waters. Pink Beach also has various kind of amazing marine life and coral reefs. This is the perfect place to play with our full faced mask. One of most iconic spot at Komodo archipelago.

Komodo National Park

Komodo National Park is one of Indonesia’s first national parks which is a natural habitat for two key animals, the Komodo dragon (Varanus komodoensis) the largest lizard alive and the yellow-crested cockatoo (Cacatua sulphurea).

In 1991 the national park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Komodo National Park area contains over 3,000 Komodo dragons, which are dispersed throughout 5 islands: Komodo Island 1700, Padar Island 19, Nusa Island code 80, and Gili Motang, which has 60 of them. 1700 of them are adults, with the remaining being kids and teenagers.
Komodo National Park has been selected as one of the New7Wonders of Nature The waters surrounding Komodo island contain rich marine biodiversity, also a part of the Coral Triangle, which contains some of the richest marine biodiversity on Earth.

On this island travellers may see many wild animals in their real habitats; Komodo dragon, boar, Timor deers, monkeys, buffalos, goats, many species of birds and insects and also some tropical plant surround the island.

Taka Makassar

Taka Makassar is a true marvel of nature, with its crystal-clear turquoise waters and pristine white sandy beaches. This picturesque sandbank, offers a luxurious and serene escape for travelers seeking an exotic getaway. From snorkeling amidst colorful coral reefs and schools of tropical fish, to basking in the warm sun and savoring freshly caught seafood, Taka Makassar offers a truly indulgent experience that will leave you feeling pampered and rejuvenated. Some time we spot sea turtle around this area.

Manta Point

Manta Point offers excellent snorkeling experience. Reefs are laying from only 2 meters to 9 meters depth. It’s the perfect place to spot manta rays, a huge marine creature that can grow up to 4 meters wide. Manta Rays are one of the endangered animals on earth. Turtles, sharks, eagle rays, giant trevallies, huge clams, various kind of sponges, and cuttlefish are marine animals you may see during your snorkeling expedition.

Day 3

Gili Lawa

Gili Lawa is a true gem of the Indonesian archipelago, boasting crystal clear turquoise waters and breathtaking panoramic views. Nestled among the lush vegetation of the Komodo National Park, this idyllic paradise offers a range of luxurious amenities and experiences to satisfy the most discerning travelers. From its pristine white sand beaches to its world-class diving and snorkeling spots, Gili Lawa offers an unparalleled escape into a world of opulence and natural beauty.

Kanawa Island

It’s considered as one of south-east Asia’s most idyllic islands, fully surrounded by spectacular reef. Snorkeling around Kanawa, in the pristine waters will make you discover thousands of fish species, turtles, corals and reef sharks, sometimes it is possible to see some mantas just around the arrival jetty. At the center of the island a hill guarantees astonishing 360 degrees views all over Komodo National Park, offering one of the world’s most spectacular sunsets.

Sebayur Island

In the morning, we will go to Sebayur Kecil (Small Sebayur) which faces another island, Sebayur Besar (Big Sebayur). Sebayur Kecil is a small island which offers perfect conditions for snorkeling as the beach is pretty large and the reef is from one to five meters deep. This island call as City of Turtle, a home of sea turtle especially green sea turtle and one of best dive site in Indonesia.

Day 4

Rangko Cave

Rangko Cave has been discovered just a few years ago. We will approach the village of Rangko and use the speedboat to disembark you to the shoreline. Then there is a 15 minutes’ walk to the entrance. The sunrays will be the unique natural illumination of this cavity. Your eyes will need a few minutes to accommodate to the darkness and then you will notice many stalactites and below a natural dreamlike pond where you can swim. The water is fresh and crystal clear. This is indeed a spectacular natural pool.