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Komodo National Park, Komodo 86554 Indonesia
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Komodo Sailing cruise
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Komodo Sailing cruise

Take a walk on the wild side as you explore the famous Komodo dragons of Komodo National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on this 3-day adventure with private guide. Your Rinca Island and Komodo Island tour offers an incredible opportunity to observe these fascinating lizards in the wild, as you traverse the park's trails with an experienced ranger, snorkel in the crystal clear waters of Pink Beach (Pantai Merah) and enjoy a 1-night overnight stay on your own private boat, 1 night stay at Labuan Bajo hotel. This private tour also includes round-trip transport from Komodo Airport and by boat to Rinca Island, all entrance fees, snacks, fruit, and water, snorkeling gear and meals as per the itinerary.<br><br>-Trekking through the gorgeous landscape of Rinca Island, surrounded by Komodo dragons<br>-Observing Komodo dragons in their natural habitat and trekking to Banunggulung Watch<br>-Taking a dip at one of the world’s most spectacular beaches, Pink Beach
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simply-peregrinating wrote a review Oct 24
Waddington, United Kingdom2,686 contributions472 helpful votes
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Komodo Island is one of several that make up The Komodo National Park. The island is extremely scenic and idyllic, and the surrounding views of Komodo and the other islands are breathtaking. Of course the main reason people come here is to see the dragons but other than the dragons we saw deer, spinner dolphins and several different birds including sea eagles, on our visit.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Brad X wrote a review Mar 2020
Minnesota576 contributions91 helpful votes
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We were going to be in Indonesia so we decided we wanted to see the dragons as this might be the only time we would ever get the chance. We were hesitant to book any flights to Labuan Bajo or a place to stay because of all the uncertainty surrounding the visitor fees for Komodo National Park. We visited in the middle of March 2020 and the fees were still roughly 400,000 IDR per person. About a week prior to our trip to Bali we decided to go ahead and book the side trip to Flores. We're glad we did. Upon arrival at the island, you get to pick one of three trails to walk. Having read other reviews where people basically said you won't see the dragons on the trails, only laying next to the restaurant, I didn't want to take the very long trail, so we opted for the medium distance trek. The park ranger that was assigned to us did a good job giving a history of the park and the island. He explained a lot about the dragons and the other animals on the island. We got to see lots of wild pigs, deer, and Guinea hens. About halfway through the walk, the ranger pointed down the trail and we saw a dragon walking towards us. He quickly told me to open the camera app on my phone and give it to him. He grabbed some sticks from alongside the trail and propped my camera up taking a video. He had us back up down the trail and did the same thing with a couple other cameras we had. The dragon walked up to the cameras and inspected them, as well as licked them. Dragon spit..... Anyway, we got some great videos and pictures of the dragon before it decided to turn and walk off into the woods. The guide kept repeating that we were really lucky to see a dragon, which kind of reinforces my belief that the majority of people won't see them while walking around. They will only see the ones laying in the shade next to the restaurant where they have basically been baited to be there. I kind of understand why the locals bait them and train them to hang around the restaurant. It's so difficult to see them in the wild (especially with a group of other noisy, chattering tourists spooking them away), they want people to not feel cheated and walk away without ever laying eyes on a live dragon. Business would probably dry up if the majority of people traveled all the way there and never laid eyes on a live dragon. Hopefully the Indonesian government chooses to keep the entrance fee for the park at a reasonable rate. We had a great time, but I would find it hard to try to tell people it would be worth going if the fee is raised to $1000 per person. The dragons are cool, but not $1000 per person cool.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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freddyg13 wrote a review Mar 2020
Shanghai, China62 contributions3 helpful votes
It was an amazing experience, and happy the dragons were out and about. It was unexpected and the park rangers also said they weren't sure if they would be out at the time of day we arrived, but they were out and about and around us. It was great to see them in the natural habitat and happy that they're being taken care of. It was a great experience and happy I made it!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Alex Koi wrote a review Mar 2020
Singapore, Singapore364 contributions17 helpful votes
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Komodo is well known for its meat eating three meters long reptile: the Komodo dragon. Actually there are pink sandy beaches with no one around. Best traveled on mobile bum boat. All meals included. Can ask for night fishing. Just remember to tip the boatman.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Nigel F wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom61 contributions21 helpful votes
We were taken here from our boat by our guide and were well received, given an English speaking guide who was knowledgable and pleasant. The site is well maintained with a number of options for difficulty of terrain and time. Of course the star attractions were amazing - inevitably, being bright creatures many were hanging out near the guides kitchen, but do press on into the island itself to see them in their natural habitat.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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