Komodo National park was founded in 1980 to protect the Komodo dragon, the world’s largest lizard. It also became a protected marine habitat for other species as part of the Coral Triangle, which contains some of the richest marine biodiversity on earth.
- Charter a private Yacht for the most exclusive way to explore the Islands
- Snorkel or dive to your heart’s content
- Admire the spectacular sunsets
- Look out for the famous Komodo Dragon
- Explore remote islands & villages, where traditions have hardly changed
Komodo National Park has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site -and rightfully so. Accessed through Labuan Bajo, the park’s 29 islands are situated off the coast between Sumbawa and Flores.
With an official count of more than 1,000 types of fish and 260 types of corals, the warm tropical waters of Komodo National Park are one of the most species-rich underwater environments on earth and the diving here is often ranked as some of the best in the world.