WHAT’S HAP­PEN­ING

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The lat­est hap­pen­ings that you should keep an eye on, in­clud­ing new open­ings, new ap­point­ments and new launch­ings.

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 ninebed­room, 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-to­ex­pand sea fleet are Cruise Di­rec­tor Thomas Demes­maker and Op­er­a­tional Man­ager Ri­cardo Fer­reira, who of­fer a wealth of ex­pert knowl­edge and years of on and off­board prac­ti­cal ex­pe­ri­ence.

The duo will pro­vide guests with fully per­son­alised ser­vice and cre­ate on­cein-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. ayanako­modo.com

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