The thing we love the most from our live aboard (LOB) in Komodo Island was the ability to park our boat, and have a snorkeling session in the beautiful beaches. Our Kiddos love beaches and swimming so much, so whenever we started our journey with our boat, the first stop should be the beach!
Just like on the first day, we started our journey from Labuan Bajo around 12.30 pm. Our Kiddos knew that we were going to swim at Pulau Kelor (Kelor Island). After the first five minute of our sail, they started to ask, "Are we there yet?" So Kak Windy played cards with them, to make them busy and enjoyed the journey.
|Playing UNO cards on the boat|
One hour later, we arrived at Kelor Island, and had to stop meters away from the beach, to keep all the corals from being broken.
|Our first sight of Kelor Island|
We waited for our bigger boat to arrive at Kelor Island. The bigger boat has a speedboat which will take us to the beach.
|Our bigger boat on its way to Kelor Island.|
This was our everyday view: the sea and the hills around Komodo Island.
There were some smaller boats at the beach with only few people swimming. Well, it was a hot midday, local people were on the beach having their picnic lunch.
|A beautiful beach welcomes us|
Off we went to the beach with the speedboat, and minutes later everyone was enjoying the swimming and snorkeling session.
|Finally the swimming session for Kiddos#2|
|Our boat was waiting for us in a distance|
We didn't swim nor snorkel in the middle of the sea, we just swim near the beach with a group of small fish.
|The fishes were around us|
I found the corals and the fish at Kelor Island were not very colorful, like the one we saw in Iboih -Weh Island. Still we enjoyed our first snorkeling session at Kelor Island.
|The water was very clear|
And here are the pictures of our group underwater.
|Om Iwan and Kiddos#1|
|Vira and Om Yosi, with a GoPro|
|My purple watch was also underwater:D|
Two members of our group, Tante Ciarina and Kak Windy went up to the hill. Mr.husband gave our camera to Tante Ciarina, and she took these beautiful shots. Thank you Tante Cia :)
|Didn't know that it was so beautiful from the top of the hill|
|Can you spot me on the beach?|
|Next time, I will climb the hill at Kelor Island:p|
We had to stop our swimming at 2pm and got back to our boat to have lunch. Bye Kelor Island, we hope to see you again someday:)
written on July 28, 2015 by @tesyasblog
See our video during our family trip to Komodo Day 1 in this link.
Thousand of Bats at Kalong Island
Related Post (in Bahasa Indonesia):
Liburan ke Komodo Day 2
Our live aboard Komodo trip with family was arranged by @ibupenyu. If you need information on itinerary, budget, or open trip schedule, you can email her to firstname.lastname@example.org Her service was beyond expectation, really recommended:)