In 1991, Komodo National Park was declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park includes the three larger islands: Komodo, Padar, and Rinca. Komodo National Park is the only home of the famous giant lizard, Komodo dragon. Their unusually large size draws interest of many scientists to study about the theory of evolution.
Komodo National Park offers a dramatic landscape between the dry savannah vegetation, green rugged hillsides, and white sandy beaches in contrast with the clear blue sea water. Utterly breathtaking panorama.
Komodo National Park’s fauna is quite a contrast between the terrestrial and marine fauna. The terrestrial fauna is not as rich as its marine life. Komodo National Park hosts a great number of species under its sea, such as shark, manta ray, turtle, whale, dolphin, eagle rays, pygmy seahorse, false pipefish, clown frogfish, nudibranchs, blue-ringed octopus, sponges, tunicates and many more.Read More
Komodo National Park’s fauna is quite a contrast between the terrestrial and marine fauna. There are about 50 dive sites in Komodo National Park, each dive site has its own conditions. From calm, swallow water to strong ripping current, and deep water. Find various dive sites depending on your level of experience.Read More
Komodo National Park certainly has a really magnificent terrestrial nature and it also has hidden beauty underwater. We would like you to see the beauty of its marine life that is abundant with corals and fish. Grab Your gear and lets find various spot that is perfect for snorkeling.Read More
There are about 50 dive sites in Komodo National Park. Some of the famous ones are located on the south of Komodo Island. Usually it takes 3 until 4 hours by wooden boat to reach there. With our speedboat, we can reach there in ~60 minutes. No need to waste your energy waiting on the way.Read More