Fancy a kayaking holiday in Indonesia? Of course you do! Even better, how about a Komodo National Park kayaking holiday, a place offering some of the remotest, yet stunningly beautiful, beaches in the world and the chance to kayak with dragons.
Surfing in Indonesia is well known but a kayaking in Indonesia is also something that should be considered. After all, from a paddle craft you’re able to take in your glorious surroundings and soak up all those tropical good vibes at your own pace.
Komodo National Park kayaking holiday: Paddling paradise
With over two dozen islands, stretching between Sumbawa and Flores, the home of the mighty (and fierce looking) Komodo Dragon is just one attraction to this far flung outpost. Yet there’s plenty more to see and experience during a kayaking adventure Indonesia .
Snorkelling the myriad of reef networks and witnessing some of the best marine life on the planet is another big draw for taking a kayaking holiday in Indonesia. Manta rays, sea turtles and much more marine wildlife can be seen – what’s not to love?
Among the network of uninhabited islands paddlers will also visit small villages and its indigenous people while on this 10 day expedition. A Komodo National Park kayaking holiday offers visitors a chance to experience the tranquillity, beauty and of course the chance to kayak with dragons – what other part of the world delivers that type of holiday?
Help Komodo National Park conservation
A Komodo National Park kayaking holiday in Indonesia isn’t just about paddling – it’s as much to do with learning about conservation issues in the area and helping rid the islands of plastic marine debris. Cleaning the park as you go is something that No Roads Expeditions, and other organisations, all do. This helps preserve a naturally beautiful part of the world for future generations to enjoy.
Kayaking expeditions take place between March and December with group sizes from two to 10. There’s a degree of flexibility in terms of your route – as long as two or more paddlers make up the group then you can ask your fully trained guide to head wherever you fancy checking out.
Tailor made kayaking holiday in Indonesia
Based out of Labuan Bajo, No Roads Expeditions are an Indonesian kayaking holiday company that know the location like the back of their hand. Offering superior kayaking equipment (designed for efficiency through the water) and an experienced pilot for the converted fishing boat that acts as support for your entire trip. All cooking and carriage of extra equipment will be looked after by experienced guides, captains and support staff, so your trip will be as enjoyable and amazing as can be.
Novice and experts are catered for meaning paddlers will be able to kick back and enjoy the amazing sights and sounds. Komodo National Park is truly one of the best destinations for kayaking Indonesia.
If you love the sound of a kayaking holiday in Indonesia and paddling around the idyllic Komodo National Park then check out www.noroads.com.au or contact them by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: +61 3 9598 8581