• Our resort sits a stones throw away
    from the Komodo National Park
  • A relaxing hour long transfer
    South from Labuan Bajo
  • Stunning views surround us
  • Closer to the dive sites

Ready To Go Diving?

Let us Help You Get Here

By air...

There are several airlines flying in to Labuan Bajo from Bali daily, Lion air (10kg luggage), Garuda, Kalstar (20kg luggage) and Trans nusa. Skyscanner is another useful website where you book your flight online. There is work in progress to make an international airport here which will increase flights in to the area considerably.
Currently flights leave twice a day from Bali and the flight takes between 1 to 1 1/2 hours depending on the airline.

There is also a daily flight from Jakarta to Labuan Bajo with Garuda Airlines. The flight departs daily at 10:35 (please check the Garuda Airlines Website for more details)

We recommend our guests to book one of the morning flights as our boat transfer to our Komodo Beach Resort departs Labuan Bajo at 13:30 daily.

Scuba Junkie can arrange a taxi pick up/drop off for you. Look out for the driver who will be holding a card with your name on it! Just pay the driver directly.
Just send us an email for more information on flights and which times will be best suited for you to meet our transfer boat. The day you arrive there will be time for a shore dive (current dependent) or to just relax at the resort and enjoy the sunset.

From the airport it's just a 5 minute drive to the harbor where our transfer boat will be waiting to take you to Scuba Junkies Komodo Beach Resort which is an hours incredibly scenic boat ride away. We see monkeys in the Mangroves and see dolphins right next to the boat on the way nearly every day!

By sea...

There are the options to travel either by passenger ferry or the more leisurely tourist boats which can take 3 days and stop off for snorkeling and land tours on the way.

Overland and ferry...

This is for you more hard core travelers! Give yourselves at least 4 days to get here so that you can take in the sights on the way.

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