Komodo islands review
Nothing says “unique experience” more than getting up close to the infamous Komodo dragon. But what about after you’ve spent time with this ferocious, prehistoric predator? Well, few places in the world can match the natural diversity found on Komodo Islands. Just a short flight from the beaches of Bali, Komodo National Park will greet you with towering humpbacked ridges, emerald seas, and pink sand beaches. Komodo Islands is love at first sight.
Komodo National Park is a string of 28 savannah cloaked Indonesian isles. The national park centers around three major islands: Komodo island, Rinca island and Padar island, creating a total surface area (marine and land) of more than 1800 km2. These mysterious islands may remind you of Jurassic Park – they are lost in time. But Islander can take you to the edge of civilization today, with our exciting Komodo boat tours and yacht vacations. There’s so much more to see than dragons.
Komodo Islands is a heaven for adventure seekers. With twenty-eight islands to choose from, there are many activities you can do. From snorkeling, exploring hidden beaches, hiking to viewpoints, to taking a famous Komodo Dragon trail. With tribal rituals and smoking volcanoes rising above waters so abundant marine life, Komodo National Park is one of the best places to scuba dive. The enveloping, tropical waters have long been famous as one of the richest underwater environments on Earth, with more than 1,000 types of fish and 260 corals.
- AIRPORT Labuan Bajo
- BEST TIME TO VISIT Apr - Nov