Labuan Bajo in Flores now has an exciting five-star resort to host people eager to explore this wonderous, less-travelled destination. AYANA Komodo Resort, Waecicu Beach is just a one-hour flight from Bali and provides a comfortable, luxurious resort from where you can adventure.
With the UNESCO heritage-recognised Komodo National Park on the doorstep offering a bounty of exquisite marine diversity and plenty of Komodo dragons, the resort has much to offer in the local vicinity. Within the grounds, meanwhile, are 13 suites, 192 premium guest rooms, six international restaurants, three swimming pools, a private pier and the exciting nine-bedroom, specially built, traditional phinisi sailing yacht AYANA Lako di’a.
The 54-meter phinisi offers sumptuous luxury, a master suite with private deck, lounging and dining areas and 1,100sq.m. of premium space to explore the wonders of the Komodo Islands. Leading AYANA’s soon-to-expand sea fleet are Cruise Director Thomas Demesmaker and Operational Manager Ricardo Ferreira, who offer a wealth of expert knowledge and years of on and off-board practical experience.
The duo will provide guests with fully personalised service and create once-in-a-lifetime guest experiences both in underwater excursions and on board. Daily excursions and water activities include kayaking, SUP, fishing, diving and snorkelling.
Further additions to the fleet will include the Lako Taka glass-bottom boat, Lako Cama speedboat, a catamaran and a second bespoke phinisi, the Lako Sa’e.
Take advantage of AYANA’s entrance into this entrancing area and fully explore this incredible part of Indonesia on land and at sea with the AYANA stay and sail program.