Feeling Nervous for Your Upcoming Komodo Liveaboard Trips?

Are you going to Komodo this year? Have a walk with the dragons and get the most breathtaking landscape shoot to bring back home?

Today, more and more people are taking the chance to travel to the pristine and overly gorgeous Komodo with Komodo liveaboard, wooden ships that offers an experience of living in boat while exploring Komodo to every nook and cranny. For the first timer, it can be an expanding experience to build new skills, deepening your knowledge of the world, and meet new people from all around the world.

Feeling Nervous for Your Upcoming Komodo Liveaboard Trips?

Listen to Those Around You

Being in aLiveaboard, you gonna be exposed a whole bunch new experiences from people around you. It’s a great time to learn stories—some might even sounds bizarre when you hear it for the first time! Some of the passengers might come for Komodo’s otherworldly diving sites and diverse marine life, and they might have spent half of their life underwater. They can give you great tips that couldn’t be found in the internet! Be ready for sailing days full of stories.

Do Your Best to Remember Names

How do you feel when a stranger that you just meet remember your name? You are feeling unexpectedly happy, right? To make your Komodo liveaboard experience even more lively, try to remember your sailing mates’ names. Starting a conversation or calling for helps will definitely get easier when you know who their names are.

Don’t Compare Experience. Respect Yourself

Being a newbie in liveaboard full of professionals and experienced adventurer, it’s easy to fall into the trap and start comparing yourself with the other. Don’t spoil your holiday mood by letting insecurities to slip in. If other people can see a mating dragon on their last trip while you barely see one, so what? What’s the matter if you don’t have the chance to swim with white tip sharks during this time while other divers did it a year ago? Being in such cool place like Komodo is already a blessing as itself. It doesn’t get less special just because you don’t experience what others did/

It’s Okay to Make Space for Yourself

Surrounded by travel mates in Komodo liveaboard’s limited space 24/7 might make you think that you need to be social all the time. But actually, you don’t. You don’t have to force yourself to engage in conversation out of boredom when you don’t feel it. Feel free to slip away and excuse yourself for early retreat to the cabin or one of your favorite spot in the boat with a book and good music. It’s your hard-earned holiday, after all!

…But It’s Also A Great Time to Open Up

Can you imagine a better setting than an adventure in Komodo liveaboard to eat in one tables with an architect, full time blogger, scientist, dive master, tattoo artist, and a digital marketing strategist from all countries and backgrounds? Everyone have something unique to share, and maybe you too! Break the barriers and let them opens up a whole new world for you.