Komodo Dragon

Destination

Komodo National Park Holidays

Exceptional natural beauty

One of the New Seven Wonders of Nature, Komodo National Park is easily most famous for its Komodo Dragons, but that's not all this part of the central Indonesian Archipelago has to offer.

The rich marine environment is home to over 250 species of coral, manta rays, turtles, whales, dolphins and over 1000 species of fish. We love spending a few days in this area alternating between trekking Rinca and Komodo Island to discover the dragons in their natural habitat, and snorkelling the surrounding azure waters to experience the amazing underwater world.

For the perfect end to your Indonesian travels, spend some time in Bali. Or, visit Lombok for peaceful shores and total serenity. 

Destination Highlights
  • Home to wild Komodo dragons
  • Beautiful islands and beaches
  • Explore the Batu Cermin Caves
  • Reached by short flight from Bali
Essential Information
  • Time Zone GMT +8 hours
  • Currency IDR - Indonesian Rupiah
  • Visa Information British citizens do not require a visa
  • Language Indonesian, but English is spoken in the main resort Labuan Bajo
  • Flight Time Approx. 90 minutes from Bali Airport
  • Health Information No specific vaccinations required

Top Tips from our Experts

Christie

Destination Executive

Take plenty of suncream with you on the boat journey from Labuan Bajo harbour to the islands of the national park, it's lovely to sit on the deck and soak up the scenery but the sun is intense and it's easy to get burnt.

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