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Diving in Komodo National Park, as one of the world’s best diving destination with the richest diversity of marine life, is an exceptional thing you have to encounter. Since the green and blue turquoise-colored water with hills surrounding on the sea surface will not be enough to fulfill your felicity, this place will offer you to see the whole 1,000 species of fish, 260 species of coral reef, …

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Scuba divers who visit Komodo National usually use wooden boats to take them to their destinations. However, based our experience, it’s not the best option. Therefore we recommend using speedboat instead. There are some good reasons why taking speedboat is better than wooden boats.

Speedboats are a lot faster, thus saving a lot of your time

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No doubt you have heard a lot about Komodo Island. But, what about its neighbor: the amazing Padar Island? Being the least explored making it a must-go for those looking for an extraordinary journey. Padar is the third largest island in Komodo National Park, a home for prehistoric lizard called Komodo dragon. The population of the giant lizard has been long declining on this particular island. …

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No one denies the excitement of traveling as a backpacker. It is not merely about the budget, but also about blending in with new cultures, thriving in modest condition and sometimes about reinventing yourself. The most wonderful experience often comes from this long and arduous journey. When you are wondering where to go for the next challenging adventures, make sure Padar Island backpacking t…

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I have to admit; the title may seem too much. To clarify, we are not going to talk about the fire-breathing dragons, but Komodo dragons, the largest lizards to live on our planet. Rather than dragons, they are more close to being called dinosaurs. In fact, researchers believe that Komodo dragons (Varanus Komodoensis) are relatives to the ancient dinosaurs (Allosaurus and Giganotosaurus).