With its desert savannah landscape, azure seas and verdant bushes, Komodo is an island of contrasts. The islands turn from verdant green to rugged and dry during summer, contrasting against the blue of the seas. The sea around Komodo National Park is famous for its species-rich tropical underwater environments, with more than 1,000 species of fish and 260 types of coral.
Komodo National Park
Encounter antediluvian creatures unchanged since prehistoric times – Komodo is the only place the infamous Komodo dragon can still be found, the largest land-dwelling reptile in the world – the largest found was 3.13 meters long and weighted 166 kg. Their footprints are often seen along pink sandy beaches. Follow expert rangers to view these mighty monitor lizards in their natural habitat, the Komodo National Park, a World Heritage Site spanning the islands of Rinca and Komodo.
Embark on an adventure to the islands and waters in and around the Komodo National Park on-board a luxury yacht. The waters here are home to one of the richest and most diverse marine environments, making it a popular destination for snorkelling and diving. Add to that sun-drenched beaches, turquoise bays, stunning coral reefs, starlit skies, and gorgeous sunsets and you have yourself a one of a kind experience.
Explore Flores Island from a boutique hotel in Labuan Bajo, located in a half moon bay surrounded by hills that rise steeply from the shore. The setting is picturesque with breathtaking views at sunset. Explore the cave at Batu Cermin and be dazzled by the crystals embedded in the rock reflecting the daylight, take a swim in the clear waters of an underground lake at Rangko Cave or enjoy a valley trek to Cunca Rami Waterfall.