Indonesia Travel: Exploring Labuan Bajo and Komodo Island

Welcome to a new travel vlog! This time I am so excited I finally get to share my first travel vlog from Indonesia. I felt in love with Flores and its unique nature, this was my first time seeing PINK sand and admiring the Komodo Dragons.

When people think of Flores, Indonesia, we all associate this island with the Komodo Dragons and while this happens to be the only island in the world with the entire population of Komodo Dragons living on it, there is so much more to see in Flores. Planning a trip here will not disappoint you.

I think pictures don’t get to capture the whole beauty of this gorgeous island, but I am sure the video will give you a better idea and maybe you will end up adding this destination to your bucket list. If that is the case, I made sure to include valuable information that can help you plan a trip, such as:

  • How much cash to bring?
  • Where to stay?
  • How to get to Flores?
  • How many days to stay?
  • How to book tours?
  • and more

Now let’s take a boat trip to Flores by clicking play in my video above. If you loved this video, I would really appreciate if you continue to support me by subscribing to my YouTube channel. If you have a friend who is planning a trip to Flores or would totally love to add this to the bucket list, make sure to share this video with them.

I wanted to make sure I provide all the information, I was not able to find online before I booked my trip. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments and I would be happy to answer those.

Thank you for watching I PINK IT.

Love,

Ingrid

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