Summer is coming, and if you are thinking about sunny places, quiet beaches, and adventure far from home, the Komodo could be a right choice for your next gateway. Especially if you are a sailing enthusiast. The Komodo National Park, located in Flores, eastern Indonesia, is a tropical gem that’s perfect for a sailing trip. A string of islands, wavy with golden undulating hills, rise high above azure ocean. The hills hides spectacular panoramic landscape that would beat your current wallpaper. The water beneath is home to vibrant marine life—one of the richest in the world. The Komodo is best enjoyed with Komodo yacht charter, and here’s some way on how to maximise your sailing experience onboard.
Sail Longer for Better Experience
Good timing is the key of successful, enjoyable trip. When you are sailing with Komodo yacht charter, it’s best to not to rush. Take the chance of being secluded in far-flung ocean and surrounded by hotel-like facilities of the yacht to have a full break. A week of sailing trip would be perfect to have almost everything Komodo has to offer. We think 7 days of sailing would be excellent. In the other hand, most yacht charter also offer their packages on 7 to 10 days of sailing. This allow you to see all of Komodo’s most famed islands, dive in several best dive sites, and sunbathing in Komodo’s pristine beaches without being rushed. It’s the perfect amount to really enjoy your time on the boat, too.
Enjoy the Facilities on Komodo Yacht Charter
You are sailing in one of the best boat charter in Komodo. So why don’t you spare some time to just chill in the boat and relish in the luxurious facility? This is why we suggest you to have longer trip duration. You don’t need to charter deluxe boat if you cramps all your time with diving and island trekking. Your yacht is not a mere sleeping quarters. Spend some time in the morning sunbathing in the deck. Relax your body and mind with ocean front massage—it’s not everyday you can have spa on the boat. Take time between one destination to another for a light reading or just loosen up in the air-conditioned saloon.
Sail in the Best Months
The Komodo National Park sits in tropical country, means that it would rain at certain times of the year. The sailing season in Komodo typically starts in April and end in November, before it enters the monsoon season. April to June is the time when the rain just left and the islands are the greenest. July to August is known as the Komodo’s mating season—this is a huge attraction of many! It might have light raining for an hour or two, so prepare your raincoat. Some might consider September to November as shoulder season, but the islands looks very gorgeous during this time. There’s not much tourists around and the islands are browned and crisp. It’s also the season of Manta, Komodo, and whale, which make it perfect for wildlife encounter. Your Komodo yacht charter sailing trip would be absolutely gorgeous!