Komodo Dragon Island

Bali, Indonesia

About Komodo Dragon Island

Komodo Dragon Island, more commonly known as Komodo Island, is not located in Bali but is part of the Lesser Sunda chain of Indonesian islands. It is famous for being the natural habitat of the Komodo dragon, the largest living species of lizard. The island is part of the Komodo National Park, which also includes several other islands and marine areas.

Komodo Island is quite a distance from Bali. Visitors often travel to Komodo National Park from Bali by plane, with a common route being a flight to Labuan Bajo on the western tip of Flores Island. From Labuan Bajo, visitors can take boat tours to Komodo Island and the surrounding areas within the national park.

These tours offer opportunities not only to see the Komodo dragons in their natural habitat but also to enjoy some of Indonesia’s best snorkeling and diving spots, with incredibly rich marine biodiversity. The park’s conservation efforts aim to protect the Komodo dragons and their environment, ensuring that this unique ecosystem remains for future generations.

Warnings / Risks: A bite from a Komodo dragon can lead to serious infections and complications if not treated promptly and effectively.
Day Trip to Komodo Dragon Island – Pulau Komodo
    • Adventure
    • Animals
    • Beach
    • Dangerous
    • Day Trip
    • Hiking
    • Nature
    • Outdoor
    • Photo Spot
    • Tour
    • Tourist Attractions
    • UNESCO World Heritage site