The Seraya is located on the north coast of Seraya Kecil island, nine kilometres north of Labuan Bajo, the gateway to Komodo National Park. There are a number of ways to get to Labuan Bajo depending on your itinerary. From the West there are daily flights from Bali, Lombok, Jakarta and Surabaya and from the East there are flights and overland cars from Ende, Maumere, Kupang & Bajawa.
A member of staff will meet you at the airport and escort you to the harbour. Boat transfers from town take 45 minutes, embarking from Kampung Ujung jetty, which itself is just a 5-minute drive from Labuan Bajo airport.
Guests receive complimentary transfer upon check in and check out provided they take our scheduled service. Please consider these transfer times when making travel arrangements.
LABUAN BAJO TO THE SERAYA • 1.00pm
THE SERAYA TO LABUAN BAJO • 11.00am
Guests needing transfers outside of the schedule may contact us for further information.
WIFI is not available at The Seraya, so guests can take the opportunity to detox from the digital world and explore nature.
Water Infinity Pool
Kayaks & SUP Boards
200m Private Beach
Unique Bamboo Architecture
Restaurant with a View
Komodo National Park
Dragon & Manta Tours
Romantic Jetty Dinner
Island Hopping Tours
Snacks & Beverages
The Seraya offers a romantic setting for loved up couples. Special arrangements can be made to enhance your holiday, please be sure to contact us so we can make your stay extra special!
The Seraya offers families a chance to relax & bond while detoxing from the digital world! There are plenty of activities available for children of all ages!
We are proudly standing in nature's corner in the fight for a cleaner, greener planet.
Throughout our design, construction and operations, we adopted low-impact eco-conscious solutions to reduce our footprint on this wonderful planet.
We are the proud recipients of the Gold Lingko Award - The Sustainable Hotel Oprations Award. The SUSTOUR project is part of the Sustainable Tourism Development Program in Indonesia (STDI). The SUSTOUR project aims to increase employment and income opportunities for the local residents through the development of sustainable and inclusive tourism in the two destinations of Labuan Bajo (Flores) and Wakatobi.
Our efforts across sustainability as well as social practices earned us the highest accolade for the year 2022.
We are extremely lucky to enjoy and protect this precious ecosystem. Since 2017 we have established coral restoration efforts on our house reef. Coral tables were positioned on damaged parts of the reef to allow broken coral to be replanted. The tables have been extremely successful both on our house reef and the neighbouring island Hatamin.
Our tropical garden grows fruits and vegetables used to feed our guests and with the new water source, we are excited to introduce more and more permaculture to our piece of paradise. Composting is also a means to manage waste and improve our soil. Other fresh food supplies are purchased from the local markets in Labuan Bajo, while seafood is often brought directly up the beach from by passing fishermen.
We have implemented a greener water source by installing a 30-metre bore and water treatment plant.
Our aim is to process this natural resource to become self sufficient and achieve water security on island. Grey water is also collected using a bio-septic tank in order to reuse and recycle the water for our landscaping and maintenance.
LOW IMPACT DESIGN
Our Manta-shaped restaurant and beachfront bungalows are built almost entirely from bamboo.
Bamboo is an environmentally friendly, renewable building material with forests of bamboo growing to maturity in very few years.
Daily beach cleans are conducted by our staff in an effort to clean up our ocean.
Guests are welcome to join the efforts and help promote the importance of conserving our environment.
We maintain a strong relationship with the local fishing village and invite our guests to visit or to enjoy a game of soccer with the kids. We also arrange special days to interact with the school kids and create educational afternoons to promote eco-minded practices such as waste management.
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