With its formidable presence and prehistoric features, the Komodo dragon certainly commands attention from everyone who encounters them.
Komodo dragons are endemic to Indonesia and only found on a small group of islands that make up Komodo National Park. Adult males can reach up to 3 meters in length and tip the scales at close to 136 kilos, making them the world’s largest living lizard. Given its size, it is the apex predator on the islands. With its venomous bite, sharp serrated teeth, and extended claws, they often feed on much larger animals such as deer and water buffalo.
The fishing town of Labuan Bajo is the gateway to Komodo National Park as well as the departure port for the cruise. With easy access from Bali, only a one hour flight, a multi-day sail highlighting the splendors of Flores and Komodo area is a perfect extension to the island of the gods.
The journey to the land of the dragons, Komodo National Park, begins with a morning water shuttle to the island where guests will meet their trained National Park guide. After a brief overview of the inhabitants, the group will set out on foot to view the Komodo dragons their natural habitat. Have your cameras ready!
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