Indonesia’s Komodo National Park is a popular tourist destination. The three main islands of the park include Komodo, Padar and Rinca. The park has gained popularity due to the dragon named ‘Komodo’, which is considered as the world’s largest lizard. One of the world’s richest marine lives is also found in this park. Due to this, the park has been declared as World Heritage Site by UNESCO. For visiting the park, a ship excursion or an authorized tour operator is required. The tour guide or a forest ranger guides you through the entire trail. Since the dragons are quite poisonous, certain distance is advised to be kept if you spot one during the trail. Along with the dragon, the park is also a habitat for water buffalo, Timor deer, long tailed monkey etc.

While animal lovers and wild life experts have a very strong reason to visit Komodo Island, adventure junkies and nature lovers should not miss it either. Trekkers can trek to the top of Padar Island and experience breathtaking views of the crescent shaped beaches which has pink sand. The next best thing is to do water sports like scuba diving snorkelling and kayakaying in the clear and pristine waters. The view of the underwater marine life and corals is simply stunning. Unwind the day by spending some quality time on the Komodo beach in the evening gazing at the stars.

A perfect combination of wildlife, nature, adventure & thrill Komodo National Park has so much to offer its tourists, making it a must visit islands of Indonesia.

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