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Rangko Cave

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Rangko Cave

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LABUAN Bajo 1 Day Tour (Open Trip)

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Labuan Bajo is one of the Most Beautiful Island in Indonesia.<br>Because this tour is located in the archipelago making a vacation on this island makes it expensive, so we try to give you the opportunity to enjoy Labuan Bajo at a cheaper price without reducing quality
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TanjungBaraDiver wrote a review Oct 2020
Kerobokan, Indonesia1,313 contributions157 helpful votes
This is an interesting visit but the cave itself isn't huge. We took dive masks which are handy in the water. Water seems very salty, I had no difficulty floating but it is probably mostly just seawater. Wear swim gear - there's nowhere to change. It's quite tricky getting into the water as the rocks are alternately sharp and slippery, however there are steps some of the way. There's a small fee payable at the arrival dock (that they don't tell you about, so remember to bring some small change) and maybe be a little picky with the boat - ours 1. had no muffler on the motor so was pretty much deafening and 2. broke down twice on the way (fuel blockages). The walk from the dock is not difficult. Early afternoon is better as that's when most of the light comes in.
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Date of experience: October 2020
Monct wrote a review Feb 2020
Montreal, Canada55 contributions48 helpful votes
The road to the fishing village where you have to take a boat is now paved! It took us less than 50 minutes from center Labuan Bajo to get to the fisherman village. Cost for the boat hire was 300,000RP it takes 25 minutes to get to the park, there you have to pay 50,000RP entry tax per person then a short hike of 10 minutes to get to the cave. The cave is really nice. If you have swim in Mexico Cenotes, it will not impress you however. If it is the first time you go swim in a cave, then you will be impressed. The entrance of the cave if extremely slippery, BE CAREFULL!!!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Susan W wrote a review Feb 2020
Kiama, Australia28 contributions3 helpful votes
Short trip to cave. Go through paddock and someone will find you and pay a small charge. Suggest having swim gear on before going and joggers (rough climb in for bare feet). Take gear into cave and leave as its small and gear is within sight. No obvious threats when we were there. Pretty good for rubbish in paddock and cave for Indonesia. Time is best in mid day to afternoon when sun filters through. Warm, crystal clear, a few fish if you have snorkel.
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Date of experience: July 2019
KM G wrote a review Jan 2020
Sydney, Australia31 contributions33 helpful votes
our visit was in low season and so only one other couple of people there at the same time - and in fact we had it to ourselves for most of the time. The water doesn't look like the pictures! Its dark and a relatively steep and slippery last few metres to access the water, which is refreshingly cool. I can only imagine the chaos in a busier time of year! We also stopped for a quick snorkel at the local beach which was fun. Cost was RP500 for the driver to bring us out and back to Labuan Bajo (which was probably at the high end!), 100 each for the boat and 50 each for park fees.
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Date of experience: January 2020
AirFuss wrote a review Jan 2020
Singapore, Singapore550 contributions48 helpful votes
With all the effort and the money you put in to reach the village from Labuan Bajo and then take a boat to the cave I would not suggest going there until you have extra days in your itinerary at Labuan Bajo. The cab takes around 500k to the village and 200k for the boat which is 15 min boat ride each side. If you are not going there for swimming then no use of going as you will hardly spend 15-2 mins in the cave as there is nothing much to see. The cave itself is dark and extremely slippery. I will not suggest going here with kids.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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