Explore Flores Island from Land and Sea with Ayana

Just a 45-minute flight to the east of Bali, Indonesia’s Flores Island offers a wealth of stunning nature sites — from waters teeming with marine life to colorful crater lakes.

Photo: Ayana Komodo Resort

Come September, the island will welcome new five-star Ayana Komodo Resort, Waecicu Beach, as well as Ayana Lako di’a, the hotel group’s first bedroom luxury phinisi.

Both accommodations allow guests to discover Flores in their own unique manner, being in close proximity to the world’s finest dive spots, the surreal landscapes of Padar Island, and sites where the world’s oldest species of lizard (the famous Komodo dragon) roam.

Photo: Ayana Komodo Resort

To celebrate the grand opening of Ayana Komodo Resort, Waecicu Beach, guests can now book two nights and enjoy one extra night free, or book four nights and receive two extra nights free.

Other perks include a 20 percent pre-opening discount and complimentary two-way airport transfer. Families and big groups can also opt for connecting rooms at 50 percent off.

Photo: Ayana Lako di’a

Travelers who prefer to experience Flores on a seafaring journey can book a stay on Ayana Lako di’a, which has nine luxurious cabins.

Photo: Ayana Lako di’a

Guests can expect full dining options, spa treatments, and year-round diving, as they encounter the archipelago’s flora and fauna.

Departing every Monday, the phinisi embarks on a one, two or three-night voyage.

More information here.


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