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Indonesia Komodo National Park Travel Guide

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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.

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Animal lexicon: Komodo dragon facts & photos

The Komodo dragon is considered the largest living lizard in the world. Learn more about Indonesia's last dragons. Great photos, a profile and exciting facts are waiting for you.

Information & travel reports Komodo National Park Indonesia

Follow us to the home of the Komodo dragons and read all about our encounter with the giant lizards on two hikes in Komodo National Park.

All about Komodo National Park Entrance Fee with ups and downs from $10 to $1000. Here you can find out what applies in 2023.

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.

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