Komodo National Park

Home of the Legendary Dragons

Manta rays, sea turtles and bottlenose dolphins are just three of more than 1000 species of marine animals that call Komodo National Park home. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the park stretches a total area of 1,733 square kilometres, encompassing three main islands—Komodo, Padar, and Rinca—and 26 smaller islets.

Below the water, multi-hued coral gardens are a diver’s dream. Blue ribbon eels, reef sharks, giant trevally, crocodile fish, barracudas and shimmering schools of rainbow runners are among some of the most common sightings.

Wildlife is abundant above the water too. You can spot sea eagles, wild Rusa deer, monkeys, mountain goats and snakes as well as Komodo’s mystical dragons, the world’s largest lizards measuring up to three metres.

Komodo’s tropical topography is as varied as the creatures that inhibit it. Find rugged volcanic terrain alongside idyllic sand shoals, grotto-like coves and bright green-capped hills. Hiking to the top of Padar Island for panoramic sunset views of its three turquoise bays is a magical experience—and one you’ll likely encounter in solitude.

A private yacht charter through Komodo’s fairytale scenery offers the flexibility to see and experience the things that appeal to you at your own pace. As well as diving and snorkelling, each of our luxury vessels offers a bespoke selection of water and land-based activities, including yoga, surfing, snorkelling and kayaking.  


Every morning, Komodo Dragons go to highland to warm up its body that provide them energy for the day. And I met this moment and took this shot with beautiful background.


Welcome to the Mesozoic era where you can encounter the majestic Komodo Dragons in their natural habitat.



Known for its wide range of marine biodiversity, as well as the magical underwater playground.



Filled with mini islands with small hills, looking like dinosaur’s backbones.