Abadikini.com, JAKARTA – A mighty and otherworldly lizard, the Komodo is arguably one of the most fascinating creatures on earth—one you can only encounter in the wild at Indonesia’s Komodo National Park.
Captivating as it is, the Komodo is hardly the only interesting thing in this string of exotic islands that constitute the Komodo National Park.
The three islands—Komodo, Padar, and Rinca—have glorious hills and a beach view, along with a breathtaking coastline, lush tropical hills, and thriving underwater wildlife.
The Komodo Island even has the famed pink sand beach, while Padar Island has an iconic hill with a view of three magnificent bays.
Located between the islands of Sumbawa and Flores in the East Nusa Tenggara province, sits the vast and impressive Komodo National Park. The Komodo National Park encompasses a total of 29 volcanic islands and is home to approximately 2,500 Komodo Dragons and other terrestrial fauna such as various species of reptiles, birds, and mammals.
The park’s terrain is uniquely diverse, consisting of a mountainous hillside, tropical rain forests, grass-woodland savannah, and pristine white sandy beaches that harbor rich marine biodiversity. The marine environment in the Komodo National Park is one of the world’s richest in flora and fauna and is still relatively undiscovered.
The 2,000 km2 park (which includes protected land and water), is recognized as a global conservation priority area and has an array of natural attractions.
About Komodo Travel and Transportation
Komodo Travel and Transportation (KTT) was formed in 2009 with an eye to promoting positive tourism experiences in the region. It is our hope that travellers and tourists will have a most memorable and positive time when on holidays in the Flores Island area.
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