FAQ

Komodo Island is located in the East Nusa Tenggara Indonesia. It is part of the Lesser Sunda Islands. Lies between Substantially large neighbor Islands Sumbawa to the west and Flores to the east.

  • Komodo Dragons adventure in Rinca and Komodo Island

  • Snorkeling on the Manta Point for a Manta Rays adventure

  • Diving around the National Park

  • Hiking on Padar Island for a spectacular view

  • Snorkeling in Manjarite Island

  • Relaxing, swim, and snorkeling in Pink Beach

  • Watching the flying foxes on Kalong Island while having sundown

To book the activities, you can go to the home page. Book for Komodo island tour packages from Labuan Bajo.

If you take a flight from Bali, it takes approximately 1 ½ hour and then takes a boat tour to Komodo National Park. Remember that Komodo National Park is a group of Islands such as Rinca, Padar and many more. If you expect to see Rinca for Komodo Dragons adventure, it takes approximately 2 hours from Labuan Bajo.

The best way to get to Komodo National Park is getting on the boat tour from Labuan Bajo. You can also take a cruise boat from Bali or Lombok for 4 days trip includes some stops in some Islands.

Not recommend going alone. The best advice is always with your partners of 2 or 3 people. You may allow traveling alone but you need a tour guide.

The price is quota to different each tour you take. Our minimum price offer is $192 USD per person for sharing tour 3 days 2 nights.

There is no accommodations provide in Komodo National Park at the moment. So you can stay in the Komodo National Park for accommodations. If you do liveaboard tours, you will stay on the boat. Most of Phinisi cruise boat provides standard rooms.

Komodo Dragons group behavior in hunting is exceptional in the reptile world. The diet of big Komodo dragons mainly consists of Timor deer, though they also eat considerable amounts of carrion. Komodo dragons also occasionally attack humans.

Komodo dragons are powerful predators, capable of taking down large prey, such as deer and boar. And the wild Komodo on Komodo National Park rarely attack humans, they have been known to do so.