Pulau Komodo

In Pursuit Of Komodo Dragons in Komodo Island

The biggest lizard in this world, it’s sometimes called komodo dragon. There is nothing dragon like about the komodo, though. Admittedly a komodo (Varanus komodoensis) is huge an adult can grow to be 3 meters high with approximately 70 kgs in weight, but it is not as fierce as many people thought. For instance, komodo[…]

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Komodo Airport, Labuan Bajo

Komodo Dragons Trip – Day 03

DAY 3 : Labuanbajo (Flores Island) – Denpasar (Bali) Breakfast… The story remain the same as I told you at the beginning of day 2. We going nowhere this morning, only to the airport to catch up our flight to Bali. We have lots of free time. After breakfast, we walk down to the garden,[…]

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Local Market Labuanbajo

Komodo Dragons Trip – Day 02

DAY 2 : Labuanbajo (Flores Island) Today is more relax, since we don’t have to go to Komodo Island. If we still plan to Komodo Island, we should have to wake up early morning at 4.30 am in order to enable us to arrive at Komodo island at 8 p.m where the weather is not too[…]

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Loh Buaya in Rinca island

Komodo Dragons Trip – Day 01

Day 1:  Denpasar (Bali) – Labuanbajo (Flores) – Rinca (Komodo National Park) – Labuanbajo. Today plan, we will go by flight from Denpasar – Bali to Labuanbajo – Flores, then continue journey by boat to Rinca Island inside of Komodo National Park, and return to Labuanbajo to stay at Hotel Bintang Flores – Labuanbajo. Why[…]

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Komodo Island Trip

Komodo Dragons Trip

This is my trip report to see Komodo Dragons in their habitat, the Komodo National Park. I have been to Komodo National Park many times… but I am still excited to go there again and again.. Actually our plan to explore two main islands of Komodo National Park, Rinca Island and Komodo Island. On the[…]

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Mesa island, The bajo villages

Komodo Liveaboard

Do you still remember the Indonesian Cruises of Ombak Putih Vessel? Well, this one of the trips of Ombak Putih Vessel, Komodo Liveaboard. It takes 5 days. Departs from Labuanbajo and at the fifth day, the cruise ship will arrive back to Labuanbajo. The first destination is uninhabited Island of Sabolon, a few hours of[…]

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Komodo National Park, East Nusa Tenggara

Komodo National Park, East Nusa Tenggara

There is an island in Indonesia called Komodo Island. The name of the island is also the name of the reptiles that are native to the island, the Komodo giant lizards, known to be the largest living lizards in the world. The island has become a National Park, located in Komodo sub-district, West Manggarai district,[…]

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Cunca Wulang waterfall, West Manggarai

The Revitalizing Cunca Wulang Waterfalls Near Labuan Bajo

A visit to the hot and dry habitat of the Komodo dragon is not complete without finishing it with a revitalizing dip into the cool Cunca Wulang Waterfalls. Located at the foothills of Mount Mbeliling some 30 km, or about one hours drive from the town of Labuan Bajo in western Flores, the romantic Cunca Wulang waterfalls offer a refreshing environment[…]

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Pink beach, Komodo island

The Romantic Pink Beach Of The Komodo Islands

A clear blue sky above, with fluffy white clouds drifting lazily across. Rolling green hills, covered luxuriantly in thick vegetation, interspersed with high, rocky cliffs. Calm, clear waters, tinted by the colorful corals beneath its surface, and alive with the movement of a hundred species of marine life. Last, but not least: a stretch of[…]

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Diving in the island of Komodo

Diving Around Komodo Island

The sea around Komodo Island offers vibrant colors and exotic marine life which 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. The waters[…]

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The giant lizard, Komodo

The Wonders Of Komodo National Park

Real dragons spurt no fire, have no need to fly and cast no magic spells. And still, one look from them might render you speechless. These komodos, the real life dragons, are a sight indeed. Gigantic, the lizard-like creatures are about two or three meters in length. They can easily weigh about 165 kilograms. Despite[…]

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