Komodo National Park is the natural habitat of the last living prehistoric giant lizard, as called as komodo dragon. This park is located between Sumbawa and Flores island, comprised of three large island (Komodo, Rinca, Padar) and group of small islands. The komodo dragons can be discovered in four islands within the park, Komodo, Rinca, Nusa Kode, and Gili Motang. The largest island is Komodo, where over thousand dragons live.
Journey to Komodo National Park is offering you a boat life style, which combining leisure and adventure. The major inspired activities here are snorkeling, diving, beach-hopping, hiking, and trekking to find komodo dragons and another wildlife. Besides komodo dragons, there are many wildlives existing here, such as deers, boars, long-tailed macaques, snakes, birds, and various species of underwater wildlife.
To get here, you need to take flight to Komodo Airport Labuan Bajo, Flores Island. Labuan Bajo is a small town in the west tip of Flores, entrance to the Komodo National Park. Enjoy your stay at hotel here before heading to Komodo the following days. From the harbor of Labuan Bajo, enjoy sailing with Indonesian traditional yacht called pinisi, then get ashore to come face-to-face with dragons, explore pink beaches, enjoy mesmerizing views, and discover magnificent underwater lives.