One of Indonesia’s most legendary destinations, the Komodo National Park offers ample scope of seafaring adventure. Established in 1980 to protect the Komodo dragon, the world’s largest lizard, the national park is a haven for biodiversity as well as a wonderful showcase of marine life.
The best way to explore the national park, which encompasses a coastal section of western Flores, the three larger islands of Komodo, Padar and Rinca, as well as many smaller islands, is by boat. And the Lamima, a luxury vessel perfect for leisure cruising, is a fitting floating home for this epic journey around the stunning seascapes of the area.
Guests can cruise at their leisure around the beautiful scenery while stopping off to drink deep from the national park’s heady natural elixir. Life on board the Lamima is relaxed, with opportunities to snorkel, kayak or use the ship’s spa facilities.
Other highlights include beach barbecues, stops at deserted beaches and encounters with wildlife.
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