Jagged silhouettes of sun drenched hills highlighting turquoise bays trimmed with pink sand beaches provide a dramatic backdrop for fun and adventure.
The Komodo islands are blessed with secluded beaches, crystal clear waters, and stunning coral reefs. One of the world’s richest marine environments, this World Heritage Site has over 260 species of coral, 70 species of sponges, over 1,000 species of fish, along with marine reptiles, dolphins, whales, and dugongs. Other notable species include giant turtles and manta rays. Diving, snorkeling, or enjoying water sports in the waters around Komodo is an extraordinary experience.
Komodo archipelago contains hundreds of unique and endemic species of flora and fauna, including turtles, wild boars, water buffalo, deer, monkeys and the famous Komodo Dragons, the largest land-dwelling reptiles in the world. The largest verified Dragon was 3.13 meters long, over 9 feet, and weighed 166 kilograms or about 365 pounds. Their footprints are often seen along pink sandy beaches, or while hiking in the hills with knowledgeable park rangers.