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Flores and Komodo Islands

An extension to Komodo is well worth the journey for untouched islands, wonderful snorkelling and diving AND of course seeing the magnificent Komodo Dragons. Access is via a direct flight from Bali to Labuhan Bajo on the island of Flores, where on arrival you will be met and transferred either to a coastal resort, from which you can take a day cruise to the islands, or our preferred experience is a two or three night live aboard yacht.

The charm of these islands lies in the undeveloped land, void of even a port with passengers taken only by small boats to the island’s only village. On your cruise you’ll stop of on remote beaches, see contrasting landscapes, and snorkel on pristine reefs. On Komodo Island itself it is estimated that there are over 2,000 dragons, as well as a variety of other wildlife such as wild boar, deer and buffalo. Once on the island you will walk to the best places to spot Komodo Dragons in their natural habitat – don’t worry you don’t get too close!

Island of the month

Six Senses Laamu - Maldives 

There is a distinct feel of the ‘Jungle Book’ meets ‘Castaway’ about Six Senses Laamu in the Maldives and if Mowgli was all grown-up, and looking for a luxurious, sensuous retreat, this is most definitely where he would come! Perfect for families looking for an island adventure, your little ones will be spoilt for choice with activities – from treasure hunts to snorkeling safaris and sting ray spotting. 

 

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Island of the month

Six Senses Laamu - Maldives 

There is a distinct feel of the ‘Jungle Book’ meets ‘Castaway’ about Six Senses Laamu in the Maldives and if Mowgli was all grown-up, and looking for a luxurious, sensuous retreat, this is most definitely where he would come! Perfect for families looking for an island adventure, your little ones will be spoilt for choice with activities – from treasure hunts to snorkeling safaris and sting ray spotting.