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Extraordinary experiences are everywhere in Komodo. Towering volcanic peaks, dinosaur-like lizards and bats that flood the skies at night, this movie-esque landscape is more exotic, more ancient and infinitely more primeval than any other place on earth.

Plunging savannahs, arid in the summer and bursting with life in the winter, deserted white sand beaches, mountainous outcrops and turquoise oceans teeming with more species than any other place on the planet await your discovery. The scuba diving here is amongst the best in the world and over 1,000 species of marine life and 250 types of coral are found here. The Komodo Islands are so ecologically significant they were established as a National Park by the Indonesian government in 1980 and made a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1991.

The infamous Komodo dragon, the biggest reptile on earth, up to 3 meters in length, roams freely across the region. Whale Sharks, manta rays, sea turtles and bottlenose dolphins are just four of more than 1000 species of marine animals that call Komodo National Park home. The park stretches a total area of 1,733 square kilometres, encompassing three main islands - Komodo, Padar, and Rinca - and 26 smaller islets.


The biggest island in the Komodo National Park, approximately 390 hectares, is home to the unique Komodo dragons and other wild animals declared a World Heritage Site and a Man and Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1991.

Join on a hike up into the hills to discover the dragons, the largest living species of lizards, growing to a length of up to three meters.


The most well-known and breathtaking views of the surrounding park and the three-colored white, pink and black beaches.

The third largest island part of Komodo National Park located in the middle of the straight between Rinca Island and Komodo Island.


Relaxing at the gorgeous pinky sand at Pink beach or Pantai Merah, which is one of seven pink sand beaches across the world and is also a good spot for snorkelers and beginner divers as even the shallow waters are home to an abundance of species.

Pink beach gets its striking color from microscopic animals called Foraminifera, which produces a red pigment on the coral reefs. The tiny fragments of red coral combine with the white sands produces the soft pink color that is visible along the shoreline.


Dip into the crystal-clear blue water at Manta point, A feeding station where the manta rays get their skin Cleaned by small fish.

This site is rich with bottom based plankton making it an alluring spot attracting dozens of Manta Ray for feeding and cleaning.


A small crescent-shaped pink beach sand islet in the middle of the ocean, surrounded by crystal-clear water and coral. A perfect spot for relaxing and snorkeling in shallow waters.

Guaranteed an Instagram-worthy shot, especially from a drone. The best time to visit this islet is during low tides.


With its turquoise water is exceptionally calm and clear. Dreamy spot known for great snorkeling with an abundance of marine life with a bed of coral reefs teeming with colorful fish all around.


Rinca Island is the second biggest island in the Komodo island and has the second biggest population of Komodo dragons.

UNESCO-recognized Komodo National Park, home to the Komodo Dragons.

Rinca is also populated with many other species such as wild pigs, buffalos and birds


Also known as Kalong Island (Fruit Bat Island). At dusk, the sight of thousands of bats leaving their nest and heading for their feeding grounds is a magnificent scenery.

During sunset, millions of bats fly out of the cave on Kelong Island and go on a food hunt.


Sabolon Island (or Pulau Sabolo) is located at the north of Labuan Bajo. Try your luck for dolphin encounter during the cruise to Sabolon.

The beaches are about 200 meters long where it offer much better area to relax or just walking along the beach. The snorkeling area is much wider with the reefs are from one meter to 5 meters. And they are all relatively clean.

Sabolon Kecil is known for diving spot and Sabolon Besar is best for beach camping. However, both islands offer great spots for snorkeling.


A tiny island with a tranquil little beach, one of the must do in the Komodo National Park.

Take a short but steep climb and the picturesque hills of Flores view from the top of the island is simply breathtaking.


Gili Lawa Darat is an uninhabited island desert savannah that changes color from green to yellow depending on the season, located in the Northern part of the Komodo National 

Park facing a wide and deep bay of Komodo island. This island offers a wonderful trek with panoramic view on the bay and the surroundings and the best recommended time to trek to the peak is sunset.


Sebayur is one of one of the best sites for snorkeling and diving offers a beautiful white sand beaches and great diving which are Crystal Rocks, Castle Rock, Batu Bolong, etc.


Turtle Point or some call it Turtle City, famous for diving destinations and it's massive coral garden.

Siaba Besar is heaven for snorkelers, given its easy conditions with shallow coral reefs, very little current and abundant marine life.


Mawan island is relatively close to Siaba Besar on the west side. Mawan is great for muck dives macro marine life with almost no current and an underwater photographers dream with wide variety of nudibranchs, mantis boxing shrimp, cuttlefish, and frog fish..

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