KOMODO NATIONAL PARK
JOIN US FOR A UNIQUE ADVENTURE
The Komodo National Park is a World Heritage site in the Flores Sea and consists of the three larger islands of Komodo, Rinca and Padar, along with 26 smaller picturesque land masses. Because of its unique geology and as a result of volcanic activity, this makes for stunning scenery above and below water. The islands feature a dramatic wild savannah landscape with patches of forest, especially on the southern hills of Komodo and Rinca. White and Pink sand beaches, blue lagoons teeming with fish and some of the most spectacular underwater sceneries in the world, entice divers and non-divers from all around the globe. The underwater topography is as varied as the marine life it protects.
HOW TO GET TO KOMODO NATIONAL PARK
FLY There are currently approximately 8 flights per day from Bali Denpasar Airport (DPS) to Labuan Bajo Airport (LBJ) and carriers include Garuda Indonesia, TransNusa and Lion Air. The airport is a 5 minute drive away from our office and main harbour, taxis from the airport cost approximately 50,000RP.
Operators such as Pernama Tour offer backpacker style 3 night boat trips from Lombok to Labuan Bajo on a daily basis.