Sebayur Islands sit proudly on the north of Komodo National Park, tucked away in the Flores Sea. There are two Sebayur islands – Sebayur Besar and Sebayur Kecil – and their natural charm is evident both below and above the water. The larger Sebayur Island welcomes with alluring, long beaches and coral reefs boasting with life, and ideal for snorkeling from the beach. The smaller Sebayur Island is among those Komodo islands that attract beginner divers. Both water sports can be carried out conveniently due to the complete facilities and equipment available for rent across the Sebayur islands.
Besides excellent diving and snorkeling, the Sebayur Islands are said to hide one of the most beautiful hiking havens in the archipelago, as witnessed by the islands’ lush green backdrops. There are some lovely, short treks across Sebayur Besar (larger Sebayur Island), allowing a snapshot of the grandeur of Komodo National Park from the top. The majestic green and shady hills give rise to a relaxing atmosphere catering to the adventurous needs of the laidback travelers in particular. It is both refreshing and soothing when going on a short trail up the mountains. Imagine how pleasant a dip in crystal clear waters would be once you are back on the beach. Tourists who wish to stay overnight or longer can enjoy canoeing on the waters near the two Sebayur islands at sunset.