Travel With Your Parents Comfortably

How to travel comfortably with your parents

Travelling with friends are often considered the most fun because you can express yourself freely and share every moments with the people you can relate to. On the other hand, travelling with parent is often considered awkward because sometimes your interests clash with each other. In addition, elderly parents may need extra caution and care when travelling that can cause you to enjoy the trip less. However, it doesn’t have to be that way and you can still enjoy your trip with your parents safely and comfortably. 

How to travel comfortably with your parents

Parents are the closest family member. Having a vacation together with parents can be fun and strengthen the bond. It is often that travelling with parents means separate schedules and all. However, you can still travel and do fun activities together without so much hassle to deal with. 

Prepare well

When you travel with friends, some necessities can be shared such as toiletries, clothes, etc. Meanwhile, it is different from when you travel with your parents. You may not be able to share clothes due to size difference. You and your parents may need different things to accommodate comfortable travel. Hence, make sure to list things you and your parents need to pack. Discuss this with your parents so you are aware of what to pack.

Let them know the overall plan

Discuss the overall plan with your parents such as destination, transport, and accommodation. If your parents are considered fit and healthy to travel then you might not need extra precaution to make. However, it is different if you are planning a trip with your elderly parents. You need to consider various factors such as their health, comfort, ability to withstand long-haul flights, medication, etc. Therefore, it is always best to discuss together. 

Know the health risk of travelling

Let them know the overall plan

Talk with your family doctors to know the risk of travelling for your parents. This way, your doctors can help preparing the right medications or give you travel guidelines for your parents to stay healthy and safe throughout the entire trip.

Take hassles easily  

During the trip, some hassles and mishaps might happen. Instead of being stressed out about it, just enjoy the moment and if you can, just laugh about it. As long as the hassles don’t jeopardize your or your parent’s safety then there is no need to panic.

Be mindful to their health during the trip  

Do some fun activities together but still be mindful with your parents’ health. If you both love outdoor activities, make sure to take some breaks. You don’t have to plan every single second of the trip. The focus is to enjoy the trip. Hence, it is okay to be spontaneous with your parents. Go visit a local performance or have an adventure to the local villages.

Bring patience with you 

It is important to bring patience with you because sometimes elderly parents are strong-headed. Do not argue unnecessarily. If your mood is truly affected, try taking a power nap. Both of you will feel better after. Try not to argue over small things such as what foods to eat or what souvenirs to buy. 

Seven Types of Diving to Explore at Bali Dive Sites!

Five Types of Diving to Explore at Bali Dive Sites!

Curiosity sparks exploration, and what starts from intense desire to know what’s happening on the realm of underwater has ignites scuba diving. Setting an expedition to the world of blue is popular among adventurers and those who are seeking for fun! And talking about diving, one should mention Bali. Aside for being one of the most popular tropical holiday destination in the world, this island is also renown for its marine treasure. Bali, being part of the world’s coral triangle, is proud with abundant and diverse dive sites! Whether you are looking for some underwater fun or building up your diving rapports, consider trying out these diverse diving types in Bali. 

Open Water Diving: Majority of Dive Sites in Bali 

The type of diving that everyone could participate. From beginners to advanced, any diver could go for open water diving in Bali, which sites for it is bountiful. Dive sites for open water diving in Bali covers; the majority of Amed and Tulamben, Sanur, Padang Bai, Candidasa, and the Menjangan Island.

Deep Diving: Meeting Bali’s Deepwater Star

Deep Diving- Meeting Bali’s Deepwater Star

Not many deep dive sites are found in Bali. Dive sites in this island is generally shallow in depth yet rewards you with high visibility and lively marine lives. Deep diving is quite a rare enjoyment, but once you come you’re in for a gem. Enter Gili Biaha, Gili Tepekong, Gili Mimpang, and Nusa Penida. Here’s the dives only for the professionals as the depth could go into 60 meters deep with strong currents. Moreover, these are also the sites where you can meet the rare and elusive Mola Mola sunfish!

Drift Diving: Exploring Dive Sites in Bali with A Pump of Adrenalines

Again, the majority of dive sites in Bali are usually slow in currents, which make it very great for beginners! But that doesn’t mean you can enjoy some adrenaline as we get a very exciting dirt diving here. Nusa Penida is the best site to have some fun with the currents. The neighboring little islands is located right in the sweet spot of two meeting currents; the Pacific and Indian Ocean. Other sites perfect for drift diving are the Bat Caves of Menjangan Island, the Pura PED of Nusa Penida, and the majority sites at Nusa Lembongan. 

Wall Dive: Charmed by the Edge of Coral Reefs

Wall Dive: Charmed by the Edge of Coral Reefs

Who’s in for some wall diving? Wall dive brings quite a different sensation that not every dive can present. There’s a feeling of being small and insignificant while descending the impressive wall, musing at the vibrant gorgonian fans and corals as well as the fishes that are busy getting around the vertical reef. Divers who are interested to explore the underwater walls could make their way to the Drop Off, Tulamben. 

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Night Diving: Seeing the Other Side of Dive Sites in Bali

Night diving is exciting as everything changes when the sun goes down! Some fishes goes to their hiding and sleep, whereas other flora and fauna come to live. This gives you a whole new perspective of the ocean—even when you just explore the same site during the day.  The best Bali dive sites for some nocturnal dive are Menjangan, Nusa Dua point, the USAT Liberty of Tulamben, and the Close Encounters reef of Pemuteran. Have some fun!

Discover Hidden Paradises in Los Angeles

The city in the United States using the Spanish name, a huge city with several neighborhood items containing sights, restaurants, nightlife, and accommodations – take a look at each one. Los Angeles is a major cultural, medical, agricultural, commercial, financial, energy, aerospace, scientific, agribusiness, media, international trade and tourism center. International tourists consider Los Angeles to be best known for “Hollywood”, but a long-standing trend towards outsourcing film and television production has drastically undermined the industry to the point where entertainment and media are employing than around 120,000 people across the metropolitan area. Regardless of the Hollywood tourist spot, here you are going to find other deserved hidden havens to explore.

Venice Canals

Venice Canals Los Angeles

The Venice Canal Historic District is a neighborhood in the Venetian part of Los Angeles, California. The district is notable for its man-made canals built in 1905 by developer Abbot Kinney as part of his Venice of America project. Along the canal there are several bridges that cross the canal. To support the beauty of the canal, there are long stretches of sidewalk on either side of the canal for walking, jogging and biking. The Venice Canals Walkway is located just south of downtown LA. These original canals were built in 1905. The Venice Canals Walkway is a tourist spot that is worth a visit if you are visiting Los Angeles. When you walk on this canal, you will feel like you are stepping into a fantastic movie. There is a canoe in each canal. There are even charmingly designed canoes. Not only that, each house in this location has its own uniqueness. Everything in this region contains beauty, peace and quiet. I too wish to own a luxury home here.

El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument

El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument

A historic district encompassing the oldest part of Los Angeles, known for many years as El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora la Reina de Anges del Rio de Porciúncula. The neighborhood, centered on the old plaza, was the center of town under Spanish (1781-1821), Mexican (1821-1847), and American (after 1847) rule for most of the 19th century. The 44-acre park was listed as a National Historic Landmark in 1953 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. El Pueblo de Los Angeles was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1953 and made a National List of Historic Sites in 1972. In You going to this location, you will be amazed by the classical beauty that is found in this location. It’s good for you to visit, as this place is full of historical meanings for the city of Los Angeles.

Staples Center

Venice Canals Los Angeles

The Staples Center is a multi-purpose arena located southwest of the intersection of Figueroa Street and 11th Street in Downtown Los Angeles, California. It is directly adjacent to the Los Angeles Convention Center and accessible from Interstate 10 and the Harbor Freeway.

Types of People Who Will Enjoy Benoa Resort!

Types of People Who Will Enjoy Benoa Resort!

Bali might be a tiny little island in Indonesia, but it’s rich in culture and traditions. When it rised as one of the most prominent tropical holiday destination, the island is slowly diversified based on its region. The northern part generally reflects the traditional living go local Balinese, tending acres of verdant rice fields or fishing. The north are best for diving and visiting ancient temples. Denpasar is the city hub for the locals where government and business roots. Tourist settlements usually lined up the southern coastal area, stretching from Canggu, Seminyak, Legian, and Jimbaran in the west and Sanur, Tanjung Benoa, and Nusa Dua in the east. Each beach town has their own characteristic; Seminyak with its sophisticated boutiques and trendy cafes, Legian with its wild nightlife, or Canggu which blooms as the hippest beach town in the island. Benoa was remarkable for its water sport and the enclave of 5-star hotel and resorts. It’s one of the quietest region among other beach town in Bali and not really popular among regular travelers who seek for vibrant island living. Here are the types of people who will really enjoy a holiday at Benoa resort. 

#1. You want some calm days at the Benoa resort

You want some calm days at the Benoa resort

Not all people are into parties and explorations. Some people just want to chill and revel in the beauty of remote seclusion. They feel perfectly fine flying to a tropical island and just enjoy few days of fuel retreat in a resort. These type of holiday makers will feel really content to just have an ocean-front bedroom and all-inclusive facilities in their Benoa resort. 

#2. You have no problem exploring other Bali’s region by cab

Benoa area is best for the coastal relaxation, but not really for shopping and variety of attraction. If you want to stay at a Benoa resort for its luxury facilities, you should be willing to explore other regions of Bali by cabs. Getting the comfort of remoteness means you won’t get to find cheap shops within walking distance from your hotel like you would in Legian. You’ll need to rent a cab/ rent a driver to go for shopping in Kuta or hitting the hip places in Seminyak or Canggu. 

#3. You want to experience some exciting watersport

Water sport is the signature of Benoa area! You can found all kind of exciting water sport along Benoa’s coastline. From the regular banana boat to parasailing and iron-man look-like flyboarding water jetpack, Benoa is not running out of water sport choices. Your Benoa resort can help you arrange your water sport of choice to do! 

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#4. You love to enjoy a private white sand beaches at Benoa Resort

You love to enjoy a private white sand beaches at Benoa Resort

Some doesn’t mind coming to public beach, sharing the sand with hundreds other people. Others picture a perfect tropical holiday in empty beaches and undisturbed relaxation. If you are the latter,  you are meant for resort holiday. 

#5. You are looking for the most family-friendly region in Bali 

Being a resort-enclave region, Benoa is not crowded by swarming tourists as it’s seen around Legian. The roads are not packed with side stalls and sellers stopping you for some offers every 5 minutes. Roads and beach paths in Benoa were better planned and built, while the area is pretty quiet and relaxing. That is to say, Benoa is the perfect region in Bali to enjoy some quality time with family. Less crowds and better public facilities means it’s safer for kids and elderly to wander around. 

Should You Visit Some Opened Tourist Destinations Now?

Should You Visit Some Opened Tourist Destinations Now?

The pandemic has brought so many changes to out lives. We are facing the emergency globally and it has caused severe impacts. However, the situation is getting better now in the majority of places around the world. The number of the case is slowly decreasing. However, it doesn’t mean you can just adjust back your life to the way it was before the pandemic. There are new and modified regulations, guidance and rules we should follow to ensure our health and others. but some tourist destinations have started to reopen now. Should you visit? Is it safe to do so?

Visiting reopened tourists destinations or attractions

Some tourist destinations such as national parks start to reopen. Many people are wondering whether or not it is the right time to start travelling or visiting tourist destinations. The risk of the virus is still there even the situation is getting better. Thus, it is hard to find the right answer. 

Different travel essentials might apply 

Should You Visit Some Opened Tourist Destinations Now?

It is not simple to say that now is fine for people to go outside and enjoy a vacation or visit a tourist attraction. Remember that even our lives have changed due to the pandemic. There are many restrictions and regulations as well as policies we should follow to truly flatten the curve. Even in some tourist destinations that have been reopened, some facilities inside are still limited or restricted for health precaution. You may need different travel essentials due to the changes of the policies. 

Social distancing everywhere

Implementing social distancing is still necessary even if the situation is better. Even if where your live the case has been decreased to zero, you still need to implement ‘new normal’ such as wearing a mask in public, washing hand regularly, minimize physical contact with others, and many more. Some people are also still scared of using public facilities such as restrooms. Thus, visiting a tourist destination will be different from now on it seems. 

Choose your tourist destinations

Should You Visit Some Opened Tourist Destinations Now?

Also, it is best to be selective in choosing a tourist destinations. Some are flocked by visitors. And remember that such crowd is at higher risk for spreading the virus. Some of them may also not follow the social distancing rules even if you do. Thus, you may still at risk at getting infected. Visiting a tourist destination or attraction that apply clear guidelines for visitors is more recommended. This is important for the sake of yours and others safety. 

Be a responsible post-Covid travelers

Also, it is important to think whether or not you are going to be responsible when visiting a tourist destination. A trip to a tourist attraction may sound simple but the risk is still there especially when you neglect all the necessary precautions. Also, if the place is far from your home, you need to consider your transport as well. How you get there and how safe it is to reach your destination should be taken into consideration as well. If you decided to go, always follow social distancing rules and travel guidelines to stay safe and healthy. 

Preparing for Diving Liveaboard in Komodo: Get to Know Your Destination

Preparing for Liveaboard in Komodo Island Get to Know Your Destination

The Komodo National Park is a fabled land filled with gorgeous pristine beaches and a wildness of remote islands like nothing you’ve imagined before. Undeniably, one of the best ways to explore the destination is through Komodo diving liveaboard compared to simply exploring it through lands and the marvellous world under the water on the usual island-hoping. Whether you’re a diver or merely the average adventure-seekers, going on a cruise is an experience on itself, especially when you plan on gaining the best of this remote destination. 

Overplanning Komodo Diving liveaboard 

There is absolutely no such a thing as over-planning when you’re going to explore these remote uncharted territories; especially on an investment such as . It’s best be over-prepared than to accumulate regrets during your trip that’s supposed to be a space for you to have a time of your life. 

Outside of the travel essentials and adjusting your travel to suit the life on a boat rather than the usual land travel, knowing important things about your destination is arguably the first thing you should do. 

Get to know your destination 

Preparing for Liveaboard in Komodo Island Get to Know Your Destination

The Komodo National Park and Flores in general used to be a closely-guarded secret of Indonesia. Even now, the remoteness of the location makes it a destination that stays pristine even now when it’s clearly a destination high in adventure-seekers bucket list. Fortunately for you, information on Komodo island is abundant. And rather than handing your entire trip wholly to Komodo island liveaboard or any other tour operator, you’ll thank yourself once you dig deep about the destination. Flores has so much to offer beyond the main routes and the same places people try to sell you. 

Choose a liveaboard that caters to your interests 

Now it’s time to define your destination. What are your top picks when it comes to sailing on a Komodo diving liveaboard? Are you in agreement with the major destinations most liveaboards will take you to? These common destinations are:

Preparing for Liveaboard in Komodo Island Get to Know Your Destination

Labuan Bajo 

Padar Island (which includes the Pink Beach for diving/ snorkelling and hiking/trekking usually) 

Rinca Island 

Komodo Island 

Manta Point

Gili Lawa 

Tatawa Besar

Castle Rock

Sebayur 

Depending on the length of your trip as well as the liveaboard operator you chose, the itinerary may vary slightly, but those are often the main highlights of your trip and therefore the main ones your tour operator cater to. If you have other destinations or sites you’d like to explore, then it’s best to consult your Komodo liveaboard providers. 

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Stay Safe For Domestic Travel

The snorkeling spots in Bali, they are all beautiful!

Alternatively, charter a Komodo diving liveaboard 

Chartering a Komodo diving liveaboard or cruise, as opposed to following the itinerary designed by the liveaboard tours, is certainly a great way to explore the Komodo island. This option might just be perfect for you if you have enough people in your group to afford the liveaboard charter cost. You’ll be able to explore some of the best-hidden gems; usually laces only locals are knowledgeable of. This includes the Riung islands (also known as the 17 islands), and the Koka Beach that you’ll appreciate. This is where your knowledge upon digging down as much as your know about Flores would pay off. 

Stay Safe For Domestic Travel

Stay Safe For Domestic Travel

Some people are still required to travel from place to place to provide care or other critical reasons. If you are one of those people, it is important to take precautions for safe travel even if it is domestic one. Travel domestically seems safe enough especially if your country is in better situation than others. However, the risk is till there. Travelling is one of the factors that make the spread of the virus faster. Thus, you must seek for safe journey to keep yourself and others safe. 

Tips to stay safe when travel domestically

If you have to board a plane even in the middle of the pandemic, you can take some necessary precautions. It may not be so daunting if you can drive and own your own vehicle. However, it might be different for those who cannot or don’t drive. Here are some necessary tips you can follow for safe domestic travel during pandemic:

Minimize the use of public transportation

Stay Safe For Domestic Travel

It is one of the factors that fasten the spread of the virus; the crowd. In public transportation, crowd is inevitable and so is the spread of the virus. Thus, it is better to avoid using public transport for your travel. You can drive or have your friend drive you to the airport. Or, you can also take a taxi. Also, don’t forget to always wear a mask even if you are in your own car.

Follow the health protocols 

Even if you are not sick or showing any symptoms, you should always follow the policies and regulations due to the pandemic. You should wear a mask especially in public to reduce the chance of contracting the virus and to protect others. If your country is running out of medical mask, you can make your own from breathable cloth. 

Be mindful with your hands

Stay Safe For Domestic Travel

Do not let them touch random things. Also, make sure to not touch your own face while travelling unless you wash your hands first. Frequently washing hands especially when you move from one place to another is necessary. Today, it is not hard to find a public sink for washing hand. However, you can also bring your own hand-sanitizer just in case you cannot find any sink.

Limit physical contacts

Minimize physical contacts during your domestic travel is necessary. Thus, it is recommended to check into your flight online and download your boarding pass to your phone. Therefore, you can avoid handing the ticket or forgoing any physical contacts. It is also recommended to carry a carry-on bag instead of suitcase. A carry-on will reduce the chance of multiple touch because you are the only person who can. 

Pack your own food and drinks for the travel

Many airlines have limited or restrict food service to reduce physical interactions. Packing your own foods an drinks in a safer option for you to stay safe during travel. Not to mention that it saves your money. If it is possible, it is recommended to stay seated during your domestic flight to increase your safety. 

Signs that You’ll Enjoy Holiday at Nusa Dua Resorts

Signs that You’ll Enjoy Holiday at Nusa Dua Resorts

Are you a resort person? Let’s face it. Resorts are built for everyone; from the young and the olds, single-travelers and families, to junior travelers and the seniors. Even though resorts are made to cater everyone, truth is resort won’t be able to please everyone. So, the next time you go to Bali, will you enjoy the holiday more in a beach-side hideaway like the Nusa Dua resorts or will you like an adventurous lodging more? Here’s the signs.

You’ll Like A Stay at Nusa Dua Resorts to Avoid Travel Dramas

You will love to stay at Nusa Dua resorts if you don’t want to deal with all the dramas that come with travelling. We all are too familiar with this; choosing the wrong guide and getting brought to wrong place, getting scammed, getting lost, or eating badly cooked food. Resorts give you everything you need—private beaches, restaurants, pools, and down to cultural exhibitions. It’s all-in-one-place kind of vacation where you don’t need to go anywhere else, if you want.

You are Not Necessarily Adventurous

Signs that You’ll Enjoy Holiday at Nusa Dua Resorts

Not all of us are willing to take an off the beaten path for some kind of adventure. Or sleeping in a dodgy hotel in change for more budget for explorations. While this definitely sounds fun for some travelers, some might find it a bit too much in nuisance. If you are the type of people who don’t like all detailed holiday planning and time spent in the road, you’ll definitely enjoy your time at a resort.

You Love to Have Amenities and Activities Included in Your Stay

We all want to do something at our holiday to get our mind off the daily burden of works. Luckily, resort is all prepared for that. You can find various activities at the Nusa Dua resorts; playing games in the game zone, biking around the neighbourhood, or learning how to cook an authentic Balinese dish. Or, since you are in Nusa Dua, you can book through the resorts for some water sports (think of Banana boats or paragliding), surfing, or golf! You can also just relax in the private beach or enjoying some spa sessions in the meantime. No need to go down the road just to find the perfect masseurs. It’s just one quick call to the receptionist and you’re done.

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You Just Want A Relaxing Beach Stay that the Nusa Dua Resorts Offered

Signs that You’ll Enjoy Holiday at Nusa Dua Resorts

When you are just too tired with life, sometimes all you want in a holiday is just a total break. Like, a downtime where you don’t need to go to anywhere else to enjoy the holiday. To just enjoy some time by the pools and catching up your reading or sunbathing in the private beach. Resort might lack of spontaneity and a sense of adventure, but the utter convenience offers one of the best way to spend a relaxing, blissful holiday.

You Want Somewhere Remote for the Holiday

If you are the type of people who loves to vacationing in somewhere remote, you will love resort holiday. Most of resort prides on its remoteness from the hustle and bustles of the city—surrounded by pristine nature and providing excellent private moments. You don’t always go and see stuff to fill a holiday. Sometimes, a quiet moment in secluded hideaway is more than enough to charge one’s tired soul.

Visit Portugal, a paradise country in southern Europe!

Like a very bright country, Portugal is always extraordinary! Portugal is one of the countries found on the European continent and bears the Latin name of Lusitania, while the official name of this country itself is the Republic of Portugal. Remember that Portugal is a very developed country because its economic, political and social conditions are extremely stable, even well maintained, as is its high human development index. There are many tourist sites that you can visit here, we will try to mention the much more visited destinations here! Let’s go!

Océanario de Lisboa

Visit Portugal, a paradise country in southern Europe!

The Oceanário de Lisboa is a Portuguese “oceanarium” located in the capital, Lisbon. It is part of the Ocean Pavilion, located in the Parc des Nations, a district created to host the 1998 Lisbon International Exhibition “Ocean future of humanity”. The largest indoor aquarium in Europe and is located in Lisbon, precisely in “the Parque das Nacoes”. Arriving at this place, you will be surprised by the architectural design so conceptual and constructed as the structure and shape of the plane. It was Peter Chermayeff who designed this building, and he is also known for having designed the Osaka Oceanarium building (one of the largest aquariums in the world).

Douro

The Douro is a 897 km long river that originates in Spain at 2,160 m above sea level, in the Sierra de Urbión belonging to the Iberian Cordillera, in the province of Sória. It winds through the Meseta for 612 km. Douro is a tourist site that deserves to be visited for freshness and peace of mind. River water comes from its source not far from Duoro de la Sierra, in the province of Soria, and it is known that there are 15 dams built above the Douro. The function of the dam is certainly to regulate the flow of water and to produce hydroelectric energy.

Jeronimos Monastery

Visit Portugal, a paradise country in southern Europe!

The Jeronimos Monastery is a Portuguese monastery of the Order of Saint Jerome, a monumental testimony to the wealth of Portuguese discoveries around the world. Like the tower of Belém, it is a significant example of the Manueline style. It is mandatory to come to this place because, in addition, because it is indeed a Gothic mannequin style building, this place was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1983.

Madeira

Madeira, an autonomous region of Portugal, is an archipelago of 4 islands off the northwest coast of Africa. It is known for its wine and warm subtropical climate. The main island of Madeira is volcanic, green and rugged, with high cliffs, pebble beaches and villages on the deltas of the Fajã river. The capital, Funchal, has botanical gardens. It is known for its port and its great New Year pyrotechnic show. Here are some brilliant tourist sites to visit in Portugal

Only the Best Komodo Diving Liveaboard Has These Quality

Wild and beautiful, Komodo National Park in Labuan Bajo, Flores, has long attracted travelers to the breathtaking islands, and scuba divers to its bountiful waters. More than 20 small islands in this sunny region provide some of the best soft coral reef, shark sighting, and Manta diving in the world. Between the dives, there is also islands excursion with pristine waters and white sand beaches entirely for you. Flores feels just like first-grade fresh and crisp pizza in a finest Italian restaurant. And to unleash the maximum pleasure, you need pleasant wine to enjoy all of those. You need the best Komodo diving liveaboard for the trip. A vessel where you will enjoy Flores’ imminent beauty both in the land and under the water.

Only the Best Komodo Diving Liveaboard Has These Quality

For sure, rather than a ship, Komodo liveaboard will make you feel like staying in a floating hotel. You will have neat bedroom setup with clean linen and working air-conditioner waiting for you. But aside from that, what quality indicates the best Komodo diving liveaboard?

Best Komodo Diving Liveaboard has Complete Diving Facilities

Liveaboard was initially built to cater divers need. And here in Komodo, Labuan Bajo, the sea is abundant with wonderful, one of world’s best diving sites. With diving expectation rising high in the demand, the Komodo liveaboard should be aware of this need and provide necessary diving equipment, sometimes even water sport tools like kayak and paddle, onboard.

Enough Crews (and They Were Discreet)

Some indicator of the best Komodo diving liveaboard is the presence of adequate crews to take care everything onboard. They will be in charge for sailing, cleaning, look after diving equipments, cooking, to catering to your needs. You would notice the difference when you have sailed with, let’s say, limited crew. With more hands, the job are done quicker; every aspect on the ship get proper attention from its care giver. And they will be ready at your disposal without being intrusive.

A Considerate Itinerary

Only the Best Komodo Diving Liveaboard Has These Quality

The best Komodo diving liveaboard will not push your limit. They will work with you to arrange maximum Labuan Bajo exploration without putting physical strain to your body. They won’t take you for 5 diving a day plus island trekking without putting consideration to your physical fitness. Schedules should not be too ambitious nor too loose. It should enables you to see all possible main attraction and a pinch of less touristy gem during travelling period. The best Komodo team knows how to maximise the time; exploring the destination into the fullest without rushing guests. Or make them late behind schedule.

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Good Komodo Diving Liveaboard Has the Best Engines

Enough stories with poor travelers who had to waste their valuable time due to liveaboard’s engine failure. Don’t get easily lured by extreme cheap price—always carefully inspect the ships upon bargaining. Lots of travelers fell into this trap and ended up getting stranded in the middle of the sea. Engine failures can take from 1 – 3 hours to fix, while those time can be used to explore the beautiful Padar or diving the splendid Batu Bolong.

Have you find the perfect Komodo liveaboard for your Labuan Bajo journey?