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Frequently asked questions

  1. Sea-kayaking… What’s it like?
  2. Is it easy to learn? Do I have to be fit?
  3. Would the expedition be too challenging or too easy for me?
  4. Is it safe?
  5. Do I need to be able to swim?
  6. What’s our group size?
  7. Are the kayaks singles or doubles?
  8. What about the sleeping arrangements?
  9. Is diving possible?
  10. Apart from sea-kayaking, snorkeling, and scuba-diving, what else is there to do?

11.Why don’t we visit Komodo Island itself?

12. Is this a Family Friendly trip?

  1. Sea-kayaking… What’s it like?

Sea-kayaking is an incredible way to explore the Komodo National Park around you. It’s an affordable and eco-friendly activity that doesn’t require extensive training or exceptional strength. It’s not just good for your body, but also nourishes your soul. Sea-kayaking can transport you beyond civilization and into the enchanting realm where earth, sea, and sky converge.

  1. Is it easy to learn? Do I have to be fit?

No prior experience is needed to get started. As long as you’re in good health and possess a sense of adventure, you’ll quickly master the skills required to paddle and steer your kayak. Our experienced guides will provide an introductory lesson at the beginning of the journey and will be there to assist and ensure everyone’s safety and happiness throughout.

  1. Would the expedition be too challenging or too easy for me?

Both the 2 and 3 day programs offer some exciting sections, but they are well within reach for individuals with general fitness levels. If you’re physically fit and have a spirit of adventure, these expeditions are perfect for you.

  1. Is it safe?

Absolutely. The Komodo Islands, where we operate, provide a sheltered island group with infrequent large swells. Although there are fascinating whirlpools in certain areas, they are easily navigable. Our sea-kayaks are sleek and extremely stable, equipped with standard safety features. The Komodo Kayaking guides have extensive experience in kayaking, working, and exploring wild places, ensuring effective risk management and emergency medical care. A Komodo Kayaking Guide will always accompany you during kayaking, and we also have a support boat and radio contact with the Park Rangers office for added safety measures.

  1. Do I need to be able to swim?

No worries if you’re not a swimmer. In the unlikely event of your sea-kayak capsizing, you can easily exit the boat, and your high-buoyancy life-jacket will keep you afloat. Even non-swimmers can enjoy snorkeling with the help of your guide and a life-jacket.

  1. What’s our group size?

To minimize our impact on the places we visit and enhance our daily experiences, we keep our groups small, with a maximum of 8 participants.

  1. Are the kayaks singles or doubles?

We use double kayaks, which means you’ll have the opportunity to paddle with a partner. You can choose to book with a friend and kayak together, or you can get to know your fellow travelers by kayaking in pairs. For more experienced kayakers, we can convert the kayak into a single if preferred.

  1. What about the sleeping arrangements?

Accommodations during the kayaking portion of your adventure are in cabins on the boat while anchored within the Komodo National Park. In Labuan Bajo, we arrange stays at the serene beachside retreat called Luwansa. The hotel offers a peaceful and relaxed atmosphere, nestled among stunning gardens and a beautiful stretch of beach. Additionally, it features one of the few pools in the region.

  1. Is diving possible?

Absolutely! The snorkeling and scuba-diving opportunities around the park are world-class and highly recommended. You can easily rent or purchase snorkeling equipment in Labuan Bajo. If you’re interested in SCUBA diving, we suggest extending your stay and arranging a dive from the hotel in Labuan Bajo.

  1. Apart from sea-kayaking, snorkeling, and scuba-diving, what else is there to do?

The list of activities is endless! You can relax in hammocks, indulge in reading, try your hand at fishing, swim in the pristine waters, explore beautiful beaches, interact with locals, hike through forests, bird-watch, capture stunning photos, play beach volleyball and coconut petanque, dine under the starry sky, share stories, witness breathtaking sunsets, strum guitars, gaze at the stars, and enjoy restful sleep. You’ll find an array of experiences to cherish!

  1. Why don’t we visit Komodo Island itself?

While Komodo Island is home to the famous Komodo Dragons, Rinca Island offers a much better opportunity to observe these incredible creatures. Moreover, the seas surrounding Komodo and Rinca can be challenging, with strong currents, whirlpools, and unpredictable swells. The distance between Komodo and the Rangers Office can be treacherous and too far to paddle, considering the varying skill and fitness levels of our group members. Therefore, we prioritize your safety and enjoyment.

12.Is this a Family Friendly trip?

Absolutely! This is an excellent family holiday suitable for children aged 10 years and above. They will be constantly engaged and, by that age, physically strong enough to paddle. If they feel a little tired, they can simply hop aboard the support boat for a rest, just like the adults.