It has been said by many trav­ellers who have seen the breath­tak­ing won­ders of Flo­res, that the best way to see this mag­nif­i­cent land and ap­pre­ci­ate its raw, rugged beauty is by boat. By be­ing atop a float­ing ves­sel, you could slip in and out of is­lands, dip un­der­wa­ter and ex­plore with over 1000 species of fish and 350 reef build­ing corals when­ever you de­sire be­fore you es­cape back onto your own pri­vate space on the Aqua Luna when you need to un­wind. One amaz­ing way to do this is with Aqua Luna Selini, a beau­ti­ful and lux­u­ri­ous tra­di­tional In­done­sian sail­boat, also known as the phin­isi. Part of the Selini Group, Aqua means water and Luna means moon; the sail­boat boasts 4 spa­cious cab­ins with fans and 1 cabin with air-con­di­tion­ing, two fully-equipped bath­rooms with run­ning hot and cold water, toi­lets and sinks, a kitchen, a din­ing area and re­lax­ing ar­eas dec­o­rated with cush­ions and throw pil­lows, per­fect for sun-tan­ning, re­lax­ing and any other un­pro­duc­tive ac­tiv­i­ties.

Aboard the Aqua Luna, you can be sure that you’ll be ex­pe­ri­enc­ing one of the most ex­hil­a­rat­ing ways to dis­cover the Ko­modo Na­tional Park. Choose from 1 day trips from Labuan Bajo the sur­round­ing is­lands to 2 days 1 night trips, 3 days 2 nights trips and 4 days 3 nights trips to is­lands within the Ko­modo Na­tional Park in­clud­ing Bi­dadari, Rinca, Padar, Pink Beach, Manta Point, Ka­long, Kanawa and Gili Lawa. Snorkel, visit coves, is­lands and quaint fish­ing vil­lages from the com­forts of the Aqua Luna and let the crew pam­per you with meals, drinks and any­thing else that you may need. For more in­for­ma­tion please email aqualu­

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