Visit the Komodo dragons in Komodo National Park Indonesia
AGE™ revisited the Komodo Dragons in 2023. In the Komodo travel guide you will find: The largest lizards in the world, photos & facts, tips for snorkeling & diving in Komodo National Park Indonesia, prices for day trips and tours from Labuan Bajo on the island of Flores. Experience the UNESCO World Heritage Site; Join us diving in Indonesia and help us protect biodiversity in the valuable ecosystem of the Indonesian island world.
10 important information about Komodo National Park in Indonesia:
• Location: Komodo National Park is located in East Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia, between the islands of Komodo, Rinca and Padar.
• Founding: The park was founded in 1980 and declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991.
• Protected area: Komodo National Park is a protected area for endangered species, particularly the Komodo dragon, the largest species of lizard in the world.
• Komodo dragon: The park is world famous for the Komodo dragons, which can be seen in the wild.
• Marine diversity: In addition to the monitor lizards, the park is home to an impressive underwater world with coral reefs, sharks, turtles and a variety of fish species, such as manta rays.
• Trekking: There are opportunities to hike on the islands of Rinca and Komodo and experience the monitor lizards in their natural habitat.
• Boat Tours: Many visitors explore the park on day trips as well as boat tours that include snorkeling, diving and exploring the islands.
• Flora and fauna: In addition to the monitor lizards, there is a wealth of flora and fauna in the park, including monkeys, buffaloes, deer and various species of birds.
• Visitor Centers: There are visitor centers on Rinca and Komodo that provide information about the park and its ecosystems.
• Access: Komodo National Park is best reached by plane via Labuan Bajo Airport on Flores Island, from where day trips and multi-day boat tours to the park depart.
Komodo National Park is a stunning natural paradise known for its unique wildlife and spectacular underwater landscapes. It attracts nature lovers, divers and adventurers from all over the world.