As we visit gorgeous beaches and villages along the way you'll get a feel for life in these islands. All the while you'll be taking beautiful pictures of the exotic scenery and people.
We tour the Komodo National Park, declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site and a Man and Biosphere Reserve. The three main islands and twenty six smaller ones are a part of the Coral Triangle, which contains some of the richest marine biodiversity on earth. Komodo and Rinca islands are home to the Komodo dragon, the worlds largest lizard which can reach 3m or more in length and weigh over 70 kg. Other inhabitants of these islands include, Timor deer, wild boar, water buffalo, crab eating macaques and civet. Ric will be there to give you one on one tuition in camera and computer technique.
If you wish to travel as a single, you can share a room with a fellow traveller, or for an extra charge, have your own room. There are two cabins containing a double bed only, and four with a double bed and a bunk. On PhotoEscapades, the four rooms with bunks would sleep two sharing passengers. Each room has it's own en suit bathroom. All bedrooms and interior spaces are air-conditioned. The twin share price of $5200 per person, includes airport transfers, all meals, snorkelling gear, and en route side-trips. The single supplement, if you wish to have a private room, is 35% above the twin share price.
Prices do not include airfares from your home city to Bali. Return flights from most Australian cities to Bali, booked one month in advance, are available for under $500. As we sail from Bali to Komodo, it is necessary to fly back to Bali on completion of the trip, a one hour thirty minute flight, or the other way if you're sailing from Komodo to Bali, the cost of this flight is included in our price.