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There are few places in the world that can compare to Komodo National Park as a boat charter destination. Surrounded by secluded white sand beaches, dramatic landscapes and clear deep turquoise waters, one can truly get in touch with the pure wilderness of the nature.

Komodo, Rinca, Padar Islands

Komodo, Rinca, Padar Islands

Located close to Flores Island the Komodo National Park is much more than dragons. It’s a place with unique fauna and flora, beautiful from the top of the mountains to the bottom of the sea. The Komodo Dragon (varanus Komodoensis) is the world's largest living Monitor lizard, and is indigenous to Komodo, Rinca and Padar Islands. Wildlife adventure isn't limited to dragons; buffalo, Rusu deer, monkeys, pigs, and horses are also commonly present. Further down the scale, indigenous frogs, snakes and lizards abound on the island, not to forget the aptly named endemic Komodo Rat.

Manta Point

Manta Point

The Komodo National Park offers sanctuary to more of Mantas beautiful notoriously friendly creatures than most other places in the world and is truly unmissable for the intrepid traveler to experience close contact with these curious, intelligent underwater giants. Between the islands of Komodo and Rinca within Manta Point attracts dozens of Manta Ray for feeding and cleaning.

While the focus for most divers is the manta, there have been sittings of turtles, reef sharks, hump back rays, sweetlips, giant trevallies, huge clams, cattle fish, sponges and many other types.

Cave of Flying Foxes / Pulau Kalong

Cave of Flying Foxes / Pulau Kalong

One of the most memorable experiences and brightest highlight is witnessing hundreds of flying fox bats at sunset while the sky turned gold and pinkish. They are among the largest species of bats, with a wingspan of up to 1.5 meters. Needless to say, it's a fascinating sightseeing them with the backdrop of a gorgeous sunset around a tiny, uninhabited island in Indonesia.

Pink Beach

Pink Beach

Pink Beach, or Pantai Merah is one of seven pink beaches on the planet, and is just one of the many amazing features that make it truly a Natural Wonder of Nature. This exceptional beach gets its striking color from microscopic animals called Foraminifera, which produce a red pigment on the coral reefs. With panoramic views of turquoise seas, green rolling hills, blue skies, fascinatingly pink sands and amazing diving and snorkeling spots, the world-famous Pink Beach is a must-see for any visitor to Komodo National Park.

We offer several sample itineraries for your convenience and on information purpose, however are always more than happy to organize a 100% custom adventure, be it a less explored route, specific food and beverages or extravagant activities.

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