We are Local Tour Operator and Specialist in Komodo Tour, Komodo Diving and Flores Island Tour! It is a honour to welcome and offer you our best tariff and complete information about Komodo Tour from Bali or lombok or Labuan Bajo, Car & Boat Rental in Flores and hotel booking in Flores island; an unexplore and untouristic destination! Here, we would like to give you the assistance of well-experienced and friendly staffs, also CSR Program. We speak Germany, English, and Bahasa. About payment, you only pay 30% in advance as down payment and we collect the remaining payment at your hotel in Bali. Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org or Call/WA Center: +6285-337-173-411. Terima kasih!
OVERVIEW ABOUT KOMODO NATIONAL PARK
The Komodo dragon (Varanus komodoensis) is a large species of lizard found in the Indonesian islands of Komodo, Rinca, Flores, and Gili Motang. A member of the monitor lizard family (Varanidae), it is the largest living species of lizard, growing to an average length of 2 to 3 metres (6.6 to 9.8 ft) and weighing around 70 kilograms (150 lb). Their unusual size has been attributed to island gigantism, since there are no other carnivorous animals to fill the niche on the islands where they live.
In 1995 a US environment protection group began a conservation project designed to create a more natural habitat for the komodo, prohibiting the feeding tradition as well as deer hunting practiced by the islanders. The deer population consequently increased and is now providing komodo more self-sufficient and natural hunting ground than in recent history. Still, having become used to being fed, the komodo occasionally prefer to seek out easier prey in the vicinity of human settlements by entering villages and hiding under stilt-houses while awaiting opportunity to snap passing goat or chicken. At the same time, the animals have become more aggressive towards humans, sometimes resulting in deadly attacks. Nevertheless, the Komodo Dragon remains a symbolic attraction of the island, drawing a large number of visiting tourists, providing employment and supporting a local economy.
Komodo National Park lies in the Wallacea Region of Indonesia, identified by WWF and Conservation International as a global conservation priority area. The Park is located between the islands of Sumbawa and Flores at the border of the Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT) and Nusa Tenggara Barat (NTP) provinces. It includes three major islands, Komodo, Rinca and Padar, and numerous smaller islands together totaling 603 km2 of land. The total size of Komodo National Park is presently 1,817 km2. Proposed extensions of 25 km2 of land (Banta Island) and 479 km2 of marine waters would bring the total surface area up to 2,321 km2. Komodo Island is not just known its heritage of convicts and fearsome lizards but also for its rich marine life and excellent dive sites. Komodo is an Indonesian island home to approximately 2,000 people who are mostly descendants of former convicts once exiled here. The island is part of Komodo National Park and is especially known for its native Komodo Dragon â€“ the worldâ€™s largest living lizard!
It is the original habitat of the biggest lizard in the earth. Komodo National Park offers its visitors with the beautiful landscape, quite and calm, bring you close with a touch of Nature. Nestled between eastern Sumbawa and western Flores lie three tiny grass-covered islands Komodo, Padar and Rinca, which together form the Komodo National Park, a protected wildlife reserve. This is the home of the giants lizard known as the â€œKomodo Dragonâ€ it was thought to be a myth until the turn of the century, when fishermen who were forced by a storm to take shelter on Komodo sight the monsters.
This trip is designed as an adventure trip but we also provide high clas facilities and standard facilities such as hotel, boat, cars, and restaurants. We always do the best services only to make your trip as a great experience in your life.
Liabilities and Responsibility
Fantastico Tour acts only in the capacity of an agent for hotels, carriers, flights companies and other contractors, therefore we will not be responsible for any loss, damage, change of flight schedule, irregularities, etc. Travel Insurance is valid in some cases (injures, death, accident, etc.) based on contract before trip.
How To Book
Please make reservation to check availability. Last booking will be accepted 24 hours before departure schedule. Please, Contact us directly 24/7.
For booking,please send us your some personal data, such as: full names, sexes, ages, birth of dates, citizenship, the size of foot, and passport number.
Fantastico Tour (PT. Komodo Naga Mas Wisata)
A: Jln. Palapa I no. 17B, Sidhakarya- Denpasar
P: (0361) 729291. Call/WA : +6285-337-173-411
How to Pay
Price is valid for departure from Bali. Price quoted in US dollar and Indonesian Rupiah (IDR), but you can pay in any currency based on the rate today. Cash basis or extra charge 3 % for credit card payment and 5% via Paypal Payment. All reservations must be prepaid at least 30% (in advance). No refundable for cancelation after issued the Flights Tickets. About Payment, please pay only 30% in advance as a Down Payment. Please pay in cash when we collect the remaining of payment 70% at your hotel by picking up service or airport upon arrival in Komodo Airport or please do the payment one week before departure date. See below, how to pay! so much easy!
1. Bank Transfer
You can transfer payment via Bank (Extra Bank fee)
Bank Name: Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI)
Name: Ignasius Suradin
Acc no: 0245055257
Swift Code : BNINIDJARNN
Branch Office: Renon, Denpasar- Bali
You can also pay via Paypal (Extra Paypal fee 5%)
Payment via paypal:
3. Western Union
You can also pay via Western Union (Extra WU Fee)
HOW TO GET TO KOMODO NATIONAL PARK
While most visitors enter Komodo national park (KNP) by the entry cities of lab Bajo (western Flores or Bima (Sumbawa), the point of departure is Denpasar, Bali.
By Air Transports
Trans nusa/Avia Star
NAM Air/ Sriwijaya Air
The flights are operating everyday from:
Bali - Labuan Bajo or Labuan Bajo - Bali
Bali- Maumere or Maumere- Bali
Bali-Ende or Ende - Bali
Price: 650.000- 1.350.000 (November to Mei) and IDR.990.000-1.450.000 (June to October) from Denpasar to Labuan Bajo.
In case of delay, we will assist you to extend your stay one night till the following day and it is not cover in our package but normally, the flight company will guarantee your meals and accommodation. There are some connecting flight from Lombok- Denpasar-Labuan Bajo-Ende- Kupang and Labuan Bajo-Denpasar-Jakarta.
Overland (By Bus and Ferry):
The gateway cities of Labuan Bajo and Bima are connected to Denpasar, Bali by overland buses and ferry (double combine): Travel time approximately 40 hours and the price is about IDR. 350.000 to 475.000.
By Sea with KM. Tilongkabila
The Indonesia Sea Transportation Company (PELNI) at Jalan Raya Kuta No. 299, Tuban - Bali (Tel: 0361 - 763 963) to reserve a seat on the KM. Tilong Kabila, which departs from Benoa Port, Bali - Lembar (Lombok) - Sape (Bima) and Labuan Bajo.
Benoa (Bali) – Lembar (Lombok) – Sape (Bima)- Komodo (Labuan Bajo)
Fortnightly (every two weeks) on Saturdays: 09.00-14.00 on Sunday and one-way ticket (as of 31/12/13) about from Rp. 185,000.00 - Rp. 535,000.00
Labuan Bajo-Bima-Lombok- Benoa (Bali)
Fortnightly (every two weeks) on Thursdays: 08.00-11.00 on Friday and one-way ticket (as of 31/12/13) about from Rp. 185,000.00 - Rp. 535,000.00
Note: the schedule and ticket prices may change with or without prior notice!!
By Sea (live-aboard):
Komodo National Park is serviced by a wide range of live-aboard boats, with return packages to Komodo National Park from a variety of departure points, including Bali, Lombok, Bima and Labuan Bajo
Prices (as of 31/12/13) are ranging from USD 225.00 - USD 295.00 / person / night.
From Gateway Cities to Komodo National Park (KNP)
You can easily organize a shared boat charter by local boat from either ports at Labuan Bajo or Bima (Sape) to the two major points of access in the Park: Loh Liang (on Komodo Island) or Loh Buaya (on Rinca Island).
Charter price (as of 31/12/2013) - excluding meals, KNP entrance fee, conservation fee, Komodo Rangers, Snorkeling equipment:
Labuan Bajo: KNP: Rp. 950,000 - 1,850,000 per boat / day
Bima (Sape): KNP: Rp. 1,500.000 - 2,000.000 per boat / day
Note: the charter prices may change with or without prior notice!!
TRAVEL TIPS TO KOMODO NATIONAL PARK
Ø Please bring money in Rupiah when there is a transaction.
Ø Please, setting up the airport tax of Rp . 40,000 in Ngurah Rai Airport (International Airport ) and Rp . 10,000 to airport Komodo Airport (Domestic Airport ).
Ø Make sure that you bring sun - block (do not let your sweet skin sunburn), sun glasses, towels, change of Clothes, jackets and swimming suit and wear shoes which is comfort for trekking (sports shoes recommended).
Ø Make sure you keep quiet during you are in the Komodo National Park and follow the commandments of Komodo Ranger. Never out of the trekking path that has been made by the authorities and do not make the act (including noisy) that provoke a reaction of Komodo . Take photos of the distance allowed by the Rangers (guards).
Ø Ensure that you does not smoke and do not throw garbage / dirt while in the Komodo National Park ( including on the beach and sea).
Ø Make sure that you (especially for female travelers/women ) are not being (menstruation / menstrual ) and without bleeding wounds because Komodo is very sensitive to the smell of blood.
Ø Please bring antiseasicknessif you seasick (admittedly rather small waves but just in case) and anti-malarial drugs.
Ø Do not forget your camera so that the trip is well documented and memorable. For normal camera Rp. 50,000 (included) and video cameras subjected to Rp.150,000 per camera . For this trip, we only cover a normal camera. Whereas if you have a video camera, then just pay extra Rp . 100,000.
Ø We already prepared Snorkeling equipment (included) and will be used in the Pink beach on the second day of our tour.
Ø Please prepare snack to taste (we will also prepare), guitars if your hobby is singing.
Ø Flores and surrounding areas, the number of active only Telkomsel. Make sure you have it before the trip (just in case you need to contact someone else.
Ø Ask our Guide and Komodo Ranger about Flores and Komodo National Park to enrich the wealth of our knowledge.
Ø Ensure that you do not pay extra during the trip (except personal needs) according to the package we sent to you. If there is demand for extra pay, please contact us immediately so that we can follow it up (+6285-337-173-411). It is important for satisfactory customer service, integrity and continuity of our business. Tipping is allowed if you are satisfied of our service.
Have a nice trip!!