THINGS TO DO ON HOLIDAY IN KOMODO

THINGS TO DO ON HOLIDAY IN KOMODO

Komodo is one of the most beautiful islands in Indonesia which has its own uniqueness. Located between the islands of Flores and Sumbawa, this island is a popular tourist spot because of its very rare wildlife, namely the Komodo dragon. Therefore, this island is also known as Komodo National Park.

Here are some things you need to do while on holiday in Komodo:

  1. Seeing Komodo dragons Seeing Komodo dragons is the main thing to do while on holiday on this island. This animal can only be found on several islands such as Komodo, Rinca and Padar. You can visit Komodo National Park and go trekking with a guide to see Komodo dragons.
  2. Snorkeling or diving Komodo has extraordinary underwater beauty. You can snorkel or dive to see the beauty of coral reefs, fish and coral reefs. Some of the famous diving spots on this island are Manta Point, Castle Rock, and Batu Bolong.
  3. Visiting small islands Apart from Komodo Island, there are several small islands that you can visit, such as Padar Island, Pink Beach and Kanawa Island. Padar Island has beautiful views from its peak, while Pink Beach has a very beautiful beach with pink sand. Kanawa Island is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the natural atmosphere.
  4. Touring the island by boat You can also tour the island by boat to see the natural beauty of the sea. This is a fun way to see small islands, beaches, and marine wildlife.
  5. Visiting a fishing village If you want to know more about local culture, you can visit a fishing village. The village has beautiful views and you can interact with the locals to learn about their culture and traditions.

Vacationing to Komodo is a very enjoyable and satisfying experience. If you visit this island, make sure to do the things above to get the best experience.

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