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Komodo Flores Island Tours

Komodo Tours to Discover Komodo Dragon in Komodo National Park

Komodo Tours aims to bring you to Komodo Island in Komodo National Park to discover Komodo Dragon, the biggest living Lizard on Earth. That is the only place in the world to meet these majestic dragons and we bring you there for a once in a life experience! Entering the Komodo National Park, the boat passes many small remote islands, while slowly gliding through the crystal-clear water. The national park rangers make sure that the incredible animal kept their distance. There will be time to enjoy time on a deserted island beach and its unique fauna, roaming into one of the seven wonders of nature.

When You are planning to go to komodo Island from Bali, the most important you need to know the best time to visit Komodo island. The best time to visit Komodo Island is during the dry season, from April to December. You can trek in the park and see the Komodo dragons all year around, although between July to August and September to November the dragons are less active due to the mating and nesting seasons. I was there in July, the weather was perfect, hot, sunny, and we got to see some dragons, overall it was a great experience even being during a quiet month.

The best way to get to Komodo Island is from Bali Island, there are many flights from Ngurah rai Airport Bali to Komodo Airport in Labuan Bajo, Flores Island. Labuan Bajo is a best gateway to get to Komodo Island in Komodo National park that is only access by Boat; whether it is speedboat or fast-boat around 1.5 hours to get to Komodo island from Labuan Bajo and also local wooden Boat around 2.5 hours to get to Komodo Island from Labuan Bajo.

There are many things to do in Komodo National Park to explore Komodo Islands and surroundings, Rinca Island, Padar Island, those are the most attractive places to visit in komodo national park and you can easily explore from one island to another island inside the national park.

Komodo National Park and Komodo island offers spectacular underwater nature. Both above and below the sea Komodo represents a unique range of geological and biological diversity. On shore it is an amazing museum diorama of the Mesozoic era dry tundra and reptilian supremacy. Komodo’s symbol of international fame is its dragons, the world’s largest living lizard. In the sea it is the vibrant color and exotic life that will enchant divers and snorkelers alike as endless schools of fish ride the waterways rushing up from deep sea vents, below them the seabed is covered with a thick carpet of florescent corals and marine invertebrates, an underwater photographers paradise.

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HIGHLIGHTS OF FLORES ISLAND

Flores and Komodo are compliment each other as Flores is the main Island and Komodo Islands are part of West Flores with capital in Labuan Bajo. If you are adventure seekers to Indonesia, then spending three or more days in Flores should be on your list. Its location on the most east part of Indonesia makes it as a fantastic place to visit. There are so many interesting spots you can visit here, from the terrestrial to the underwater life. However, due to its faraway location, many tourists find it hard to figure out what is the most affordable, comfortable and safe ways to get to Komodo Island from Bali.

Flores is a world away from the bustle of Bali, yet it takes just 90 minutes to get here and it’s for people looking for a different sort of holiday. Outside of Labuan Bajo, the gateway to Komodo National Park, you’ll be lucky to find much in the way of night-life. You will find deserted white-sand beaches though, as well as curious locals, surreal volcanic lakes and beautiful sunsets.

Kelimutu, roughly in the centre of Flores, is a popular spot for tourists (well, popular for Flores that is). The three colourful crater lakes (blue, green and black) of this mystical volcano are best seen at sunrise or sunset. The name Kelimutu can be roughly translated as the “Getting together mountains;” Keli means mountain, Mutu means get together. The locals believe that Kelimutu is under the reign of Konde Ratu, a supra-natural king, who rules over the spirits of the Dead.

Bena village, a village located in the megalithikum Ngada, Flores NTT, precisely in the Village Tiwuriwu, District Aimere. Access to the village of Bena can be reached using rental vehicles from Bajawa with the distance of about 19 km to the south Bajawa. From Labuan Bajo, Bajawa can be reached about 7-8 hours by land. Location of Wae Rebo is a beautiful and amazing village, covered by a thin mist throughout the township makes Wae Rebo deserves the epithet ‘village above the clouds’. Geographically the village is situated above an altitude of 1,200 meters above sea level (m asl). Wae Rebo is part of the Village Satar Lenda, District Satarmese, West Manggarai regency, Flores. situated on a hilltop with a backdrop of Mount Inerie really make the atmosphere of the village of Bena more beautiful and exotic. Its presence at the bottom of the mountain is a hallmark of the old society who believe and revere the mountain as a place of the gods, and the people believe that the existence of god Bena Yeta that have place on Mount Inerie will protect their village.

Wae Rebo is a beautiful and amazing village, covered by a thin mist throughout the township makes Wae Rebo deserves the epithet ‘village above the clouds’. Geographically the village is situated above an altitude of 1,200 meters above sea level (m asl). Wae Rebo is part of the Village Satar Lenda, District Satarmese, West Manggarai regency, Flores.

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