You’ll feel right at home in Indonesia’s unspoiled treasure, Komodo National Park. Far from the wild nights of Bali, this quiet group of islands is home to white-sand beaches, lush hiking parks, and world-class snorkeling and diving.
Komodo in Indonesia is a destination on the rise, quickly becoming popular because of the incredible natural beauty Komodo and Flores should be on your bucket and try to get there before the crowds catch on.
Humans have only known of Komodo dragons' existence for about 100 years. This reptile is the top predator in its range, but dearth of egg-laying females, poaching, human encroachment, and natural disasters has driven Komodo Dragons to endangered status.