Komodo National Park, Indonesia

The Komodo National Park is actually a group of islands consisting of the Komodo Island, Rinca Island, Padar Island and other 26 small islands that have been designated as a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO for conservation of the dragon species. The natural abundance and the great aesthetic natural beauty of the Komodo National Park made it one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature.

The visitors from all over the world travel to Indonesia to witness the giant lizards in their free habitat amidst the nature's bounty. The situation of the Komodo National Park is in between the West & East Nusa Tenggara provinces within the Sunda Islands of Indonesia. The Komodo dragons are very large in size and weight and they roam freely in the panoramic islands of the country. The vegetations of these islands are very different from other equatorial island groups. The climate here is very hot and dry. For this reason savannah type of climate is prevalent here that also provides a great free roam for animals like wild boar, buffalo, deer and horses. This also attracts the tourist to the Komodo National Park.

Apart from this, some islands also have rain forest that have its own natural flora and fauna to enchant the visitors. The most magnificent marvel of these waters is the coral islands and the adjoining blue clear ocean water that compliments the white pristine sands to draw a grand picture on the natural canvas. The rich aquatic biodiversity and the enchanting natural scenic beauty are the USP of the Komodo National Park. For visiting the Komodo National Park, the most important commutation is waterway and the waterways are very proficient indeed.


Komodo National Park open at 06:00 AM to 05:30 PM

Entry Fees

20000 Rupiah and 50000 Rupiah Local Area Tax

Guide Fees

80000 Rupiah Per Group


50000 Rupiah per still Camera


150000 Rupiah per video Camera

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