How to Plan a Trip to Komodo Island: Dragons, Diving & Trekking

Some of our links are affiliated, we will earn a commission when you buy a service or product. This will have no extra cost for you. For further info please refer to our Privacy Policy

A Trip to Komodo Islands is not complete without a Trekking in Padar Island

Getting close to a Komodo Dragon was Rob’s child dream. I know it sounds weird, but since his mom gave him a National Geographic magazine with an article about the Komodo National Park in Indonesia, he has been dreaming of visiting this part of the world. Took him 20 years, but finally he was going on a trip to Komodo Island, and not only to get close to the Komodo dragons, but also to do a bunch of adventurous activities.

I went on a group trip around Indonesia, and while I was cruising the jungles of Borneo searching for orangutans, and exploring the underwater paradise of Wakatobi, Rob was in Bali doing his best: surfing and blogging. But after 10 days apart [the longest period we have ever stayed far from each other] he joined me, and together we crossed off two items from our Indonesia travel bucket list: a trip to Komodo Island and the spectacular trekking in Padar Island.

This post is all about turning travel dreams to reality. After an amazing trip to Komodo Island we decided to publish this practical and inspiring travel guide to help you to plan your dream trip to the Komodo National Park, and enjoy the nature in all its glory.

Located close to Flores Island in Indonesia, 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. So, what are the amazing things to in Komodo Island? How to get to Komodo? Where to stay in the National Park? Can we get close to the Komodo dragons? Is it risky?? The answer for all theses questions and postcard photos will convince you that Komodo Island must be your next holiday destination!

During our trip to Komodo Island we also visited the Rinca island.

Things to do in Komodo Island – Dragons, Diving and Trekking

The Komodo National Park is formed by three big islands: Komodo Island, Rinca Island and  Padar Island, plus a few other islets, a total of 2,321 Km2 of protected land and sea. On 1986, Komodo National Park was declared World Heritage Site and Man and Biosphere Reserve by Unesco, because only in this area we can find the Komodo dragon, the largest species of living lizard in the world. An estimated total of 5,700 dragons that call this stunning part of Indonesia as their home.

The Komodo dragons are the star of the show, but the natural spectacle in Komodo National Park goes beyond those dangerous lizards. All the top things to do in Komodo Islands are related to nature, so be prepared for an overdose of stunning views, crystal clear water, colored corals, curious fishes, giant bats, sun and sweat. The perfect combination for an unforgettable adventure trip. When planning your trip to Komodo Island, don’t miss these top things to do in the Komodo National Park:

Trekking in Rinca island is another must do activity during a trip to Komodo island.


> Trekking in Rinca Islands, Searching for Komodo Dragons

Put your trekking boots on, get a hat, a bottle of water and follow the rules. Rinca Island is the second biggest island in the Komodo National Park, and has the second biggest population of Komodo dragons. From Labuan Bajo [the closest tourist town] to Rinca Island took us approximately 2 hours on a speed boat. It’s a long and enjoyable trip, we passed by stunning islets, calm bays and cruised through a beautiful deep blue sea.

At the island we received our first instructions: don’t look directly to the Komodo dragon, keep you head down, walk only in the trail, stay together with your group, one ranger goes in the front the group and the other in the end. Never go to the toilet alone, and girls on their period need extra attention and double security, as the dragons can smell the blood and might attack.

We wanted to get close to a Komodo dragon, but at this point I was pretty sure we should avoid them. And to make the adventure a bit more exciting, our guide [named Komodo Kevin, what I loved] told us that the dragons are venomous. Plus some deadly snakes that are living free in the island.  

And you know what was the worst?? After all that frightening talk, Rob’s eyes were shining of excitement. Like a kid, he was ready to trek and find some wild Komodo dragons.

Selfie time! With our ranger in Rinca island. Rangers will guide you during your trip to Komodo island.

The trekking in Rinca Island was beautiful, the views we got from the top of the hills were stunning and our encounter with the Komodo dragons was more peaceful and gentle than I expected. They were in the mating season, with the females protecting nests, getting ready to lay eggs between August and September.

We spotted two female Komodo dragons guarding the nest, and we found some lazy males sleeping by the ranger’s dormitory and kitchen. The males were quiet because they were still digesting  their last dinner, a water buffalo. The trekking in Rinca Island was easy. The terrain was fine, and it wasn’t a long trek, about 1 hour and a half walking in the park. The heat was tough, so don’t forget to bring your sunglasses, a hat and sunscreen.

A female dragon preparing the nest. It was mating time during our trip to Komodo Island

Komodo dragons can reach up to 3 meters! The dragons were the main reason of our trip to Komodo island.

On our trip to Komodo island we spot many dragons, this one was in Rinca island.

> Bat Watching & Unforgettable Sunset

Probably you are thinking I’m crazy to tell you that one of the top things to do in Komodo Islands is to go bat watching. To be honest, that was my reaction when our guide mentioned it, especially that I hate bats [and I’m afraid of them]. However I was dead wrong, and I can tell you, don’t skip the bat watching, it’s one of the most amazing sunset experiences  you can have.

After the trekking in Rinca Island our boat cruised to the Pulau Kalong island where we stopped in the middle of the sea. I hate bats, but I love sunsets, so I decided to seat on the top of the boat and grab a cold beer. With a premier view, I witnessed the sky become orange, the sun disappeared in the ocean and suddenly hundreds of giant bats started  flying from the island in front of us. It was magical! It was spectacular to see those huge bats [also called flying foxes or fruit bats] flying graciously and in a deep silence. We could see those dark wings contrasting with the orange sky, a scene I never thought I would see.

Giant bats are another attracion on a Trip to Komodo Island

> Trekking in Padar Island, One of The Best Views in Indonesia

The first day of our trip to the Komodo Island was all about dragons and wildlife. The second day was all about my travel dreams, so early morning we jumped on a boat and cruised to Padar Island. Our two hours boat trip from Labuan Bajo to Padar Island was filled with sunbathing, dolphins swimming along the boat and some water splashes. During my adventure trip in Indonesia I think I have spent more time on boats than on land and loved it!

When we anchored in Padar Island, the hills seemed to be way higher than I expected. I read it was supposed to be an easy trekking, but it looked way steeper than I imagined. Shoes on and let’s do it. I was there for the view, and I wouldn’t leave without my dream photo.

Padar island, one of the best views of our Trip to Komodo Island

To reach the summit we walked almost one hour. The terrain was tough, sandy and with some loose rocks, you need strength and balance to keep moving up. But for every step, every meter you go up, the view you get from the island and the beaches around gives you the power to keep moving. You gonna sweat, you gonna be tired, and you gonna be in ecstasy when you arrive at the top. So far, one of the most rewarding trekking trails I have ever done. Checked! Padar Island hills you are mine now!

After all that exercise, it was time to rush down for a well deserved and cooling sea dip. The second day of our trip to Komodo Island was only beginning.

> Visit the Komodo Island, Home of Over 3 Thousand Komodo Dragons

Ready for more dragons? The Komodo Island is the biggest island in the National Park and has the biggest population of dragons. What means that Rob was excited again. Our guide reinforced all the rules we learned during our trekking in Rinca Island and we were ready to go.

We got off from the boat and followed the rangers, a quick stop to snap a photo with an old dragon. While we were taking photos our group split. Suddenly it was Rob, me,  Valerie, the old dragon sleeping by our side, and a young dragon turning some trash cans about 20 meters from us.

We saw our group far away, walking towards the beach. OMG,  we were left behind, and without a ranger!!! Our reaction was to walk in line, Rob looking in the front, Valerie and I looking to sides and to the back. The adrenaline rush made us walk fast, and in a few minutes we reached the group, just in time to witness a huge Komodo dragon walking on the beach and eating fish. SCARYYYYYY!!!!

This was the biggest Komodo dragon we saw during our Trip to Komodo Island

A dragon on a beach? Another reason for a Trip to Komodo Island

>  Pink Beach,  Snorkeling and Scuba Diving in Komodo National Park  

As I said before, a trip to Komodo Island is packed with adventure and natural beauty, and Pink Beach is the perfect combination of both. This little piece of paradise is famous for the pinkish sand, a mix of white sand and little pieces of red corals brought by the waves. A surreal scenery, with a transparent warm sea, and an immense amount of colored fishes and preserved coral.Make sure to visit the Pink beach on your Trip to Komodo Island

The trees by the beach make it the perfect spot for relaxing and sunbathing, but if you are still seeking for more adventure, Pink Beach won’t disappoint you. It’s time to discover the underwater biodiversity of Komodo National Park. In Pink Beach or close by your can do snorkeling and scuba diving, pick your favorite and enjoy hours of fun.

Some friends went diving in Komodo National Park and loved it. They dived in the Manta Alley point searching for  Manta Rays. Unfortunately, they didn’t see the Mantas, but ended up swimming with sea turtles and even a shark came to say hello.

As I’m not a diver, I stayed at Pink Beach for some serious snorkeling. Hours swimming with fishes, beautiful corals and with great visibility. I couldn’t believe how rich and preserved the corals are and only a few meters from the shore. A happy surprise that kept Rob and I busy for the whole afternoon. The Komodo dragons are the main attraction of the National Park, but snorkeling and diving in Komodo Island come in second place, attracting many travelers every year.

Reserve some time for snorkeling on your Trip to Komodo Island

Many coloured fishes on our trip to Komodo island


How to Plan a Trip to Komodo Island in Indonesia?

To start planning your trip to Komodo Island you first need to think about time. The best time to visit the Komodo National Park is during the dry season, from April to December. You can trek in the park and see the Komodo dragons all year around, although between July to August and September to November the dragons are less active due to the mating and nesting seasons. I was there in July, the weather was perfect, hot, sunny, and we got to see some dragons, overall it was a great experience even being during a quiet month. 


Having fun on our trip to Komodo island

Second important question: how long should be your trip to Komodo Island? We spent two days and a half in the park and it was enough to enjoy the top attractions of Komodo National Park. I would say to do at least a two days trip from Labuan Bajo to the Komodo Islands, then one more day to relax. If you are going to the National Park for some serious diving,  I suggest staying a bit longer.

> How to get to Komodo Islands?

The closest town to the Komodo National Park is Labuan Bajo, a tiny fisherman village that is also a growing hub for tourists. There are daily flights from Jakarta and Bali to Labuan Bajo, and I would suggest you to book an early morning trip so you can arrive in Komodo Airport before midday and still enjoy the park.

You can search and book your flight to Labuan Bajo via Skyscanner, they have many Indonesian local airlines listed, you can compare prices and choose the best for you. Skyscanner is also a good option for booking your tickets in and out Indonesia.  Another great tool is very visual to find nearby airports.

Once you arrive in Labuan Bajo airport you can take a taxi to town, or be smart and ask your hotel to pick you up.

> How to choose the best Komodo Tour from Labuan Bajo to Rinca & Padar Island?

You can only visit the Komodo National Park with an official guide and a park ranger. So you need to book a tour operator that will organize the boat trip between the islands, the guide, and also to handle the park fees. There are many tour companies in Labuan Bajo, you can arrive there and browse around till you find one that suits your travel plans and budget. Or you can book everything in advance and start your trip to Komodo island saving time and energy, here you can find a list of the best tours from Labuan Bajo to Komodo Islands.

Boats will be the main transport on a trip to Komodo island

To plan the costs of your trip to Komodo Island keep in mind that a speed boat tour is more expensive than the wooden boat. And if you want to cut the expenses, a tour on a shared boat can be a good option. The Komodo Tours from Labuan Bajo can cost around 750 usd for a private speedboat or 100 usd for group tour [prices including meals and snacks]. On  top of that, you need to add the Komodo National Park entrance fee [11usd weekdays and 17 usd on weekends]. Depending on the activities you want to do in the park you also need to pay additional fees, nothing major, for scuba diving, the most expensive one, the fee costs about 2 usd per person.  

 Where to stay in Komodo National Park – Labuan Bajo?

Labuan Bajo is a tiny town, and it’s the best place to stay in the Komodo National Park. The accommodation in Labuan Bajo varies a lot, from hostel to resorts, with some middle range options too. The best websites to search and book a hotel in Komodo Island are Booking and Agoda. Before booking your hotel in Labuan Bajo read the reviews carefully to check the location and what is included. As you will be exploring the park during the whole day I suggest you to book a room with breakfast so you won’t spend time looking for a place to eat before boarding on the tour.

We stayed at Laprima Hotel in Labuan Bajo and we had great nights. The room was spacious, clean, with our own balcony and a fantastic sunset view. If you want to spend some time in the hotel, you can enjoy the pool, the garden and the beach front. Breakfast was good and the staff helpful. It’s a great value for money, all you need for an adventure trip without spending a lot!

Here it goes the list of the best hotels in Labuan Bajo according to travelers’s reviews on Booking and Agoda. (Updated on March 2018):

Dragon Dive Komodo Hostel – Double Rooms from USD 90 & Dorms from USD 17

Villa Domanik – Double Rooms from USD 210

Puri Sari Beach Hotel – Double Rooms from USD  77

Pavilla Labuan Bajo –  Double Rooms from USD  21

Sunset Hill –  Double Rooms from USD  51

Plataran Komodo Beach Resort – Double Rooms from USD  307

 More Travel Tip to Komodo Islands:

  • Pack light, the aircrafts flying to Komodo Island are small, and the luggage allowance is smaller than international flights.
  • If you suffer from seasickness bring some medicines. You gonna spend at least half of the day cruising between the islands.
  • A strong mosquito repellent sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat are a must. Remember to bring everything with you on the boat.
  • You don’t need to bring proper trekking clothes to your trip to Komodo Island.  Swimsuit, shorts and t-shirts are fine  but  a pair of running shoes or trekking boots are essential. You must protect your feet, especially when trekking in Padar Island and Rinca island.
  • Bring your camera gear! A good zoom lenses can help to capture a close-up shot from the dragons, and the fisheye lenses are perfect for those landscape photos on the top of the hills. Don’t forget the underwater camera, we used our GoPro Hero4 and took  stunning pictures.
  • Now the most important advice: always follow the park rules and the rangers instructions. And never forget, respect the animals and protect nature!!

Do you like the post?! Pin it for Later!!!

The Best of Komodo Island in Indonesia! All you need to know to plan a trip to Komodo Island. How to get to Komodo National Park, go trekking, see the Komodo dragons and go scuba diving.

Are you ready for this ultimate adventure? Now it’s you time to plan a trip to Komodo Island! Choose your travel dates, book the flights, the hotel and the tour. If you still have doubts about how to travel to Komodo National Park ask us in the comments below. Also share your Komodo travel experiences, we love to hear great stories!!
Need more Indonesia Travel Tips? Check out our blog posts and adventures in this wonderful country:

>  Cruising & Trekking in the Borneo Jungle: Tanjung Puting National Park and the Wild Orangutans 

> Wakatobi Islands, The best Guide for Beach Lovers and Divers

> The Best of Bali: Things To Do And See in The Island of Gods

Bajo Tribe, the Sea Gypsies of Indonesia

PS: This trip was organized by the Indonesian Ministry of Tourism. As usual, doesn’t matter who pays the bill, you receive my honest opinion and impression.

94 thoughts on “How to Plan a Trip to Komodo Island: Dragons, Diving & Trekking”

    • Hi Janna!
      Indonesia is a wonderful country, with outstanding nature and diverse culture. I spent two months travelling there and have the feeling that I need to go back soon. So much to discover and unique experiences to have. Definitely Komodo was one of the best adventure trips I have ever had.
      Thanks for stopping by,


      • Funny enough, I’ve never been to Komodo Island 🙂 You must be fell in love with Indonesia after you traveled to my country :))
        Searching infos for my Istanbul trip and ended by reading this post, makes me want to fly back to Indonesia right now 😀


  1. This post has made me kick up Komodo Island up my list! I have been dreaming about this and I never had the chance to go when I went to Indonesia because I mainly stayed in Bali that time for my honeymoon.

  2. Oh my gosh, this looks incredible!!! Your pictures are magical, and the whole experience of seeing the komodo dragons up close, snorkeling with colorful fish, and also those flying foxes looked amazing! Thank you for such a detailed and useful guide. I already sent my husband the link, and hopefully can convince him that we should go there next spring! 🙂

  3. Thanks for the super informative post on visiting the Komodo Islands! I’ve heard of the pink beach and the dragons, but bat watching sounds amazing as well! Your photos are absolutely phenomenal too!

  4. I’ve been to Komodo last year and loved the entire experience. Didn’t have much luck to see dragons guarding the nests though, only the lazy ones near the buildings. Watching bats flying out at sunset was one of my highlights of the trip, it was surreal!

    • Hi Carmen,
      The Komodo Dragons are terrifying indeed, and I was really scared while trekking in the islands. But at the same time, they are so majestic, powerful and prehistoric that you can’t help but admire them…
      Thanks for stopping by!


    • It was an incredible experience Anita.
      They are so prehistoric, so “Jurassic Park”, that it’s hard to believe they are real… Until the moment they start moving and then you realize how scary and dangerous they are.
      Thanks for stopping by!


  5. We read about Komodo being a divers paradise, but didn’t know about the part above the water. Will be adding this to our list “Next trip ideas”!
    We’ve seen goannas at Whitsunday Beach, but those komodo dragons look even more impressive. Awesome post, thanks for sharing!

    • Hi Birthe!
      Please, go to Komodo Island, it’s a stunning place, under and above water. It’s a unique experience, wildlife and landscapes that you can only find in this part of Indonesia.
      Thanks for stopping by!

    • Hi Rosemarie!!
      The snorkeling in Komodo National Park was insane, amazing! My friends who did the diving told me that was one of the best dive they did in Indonesia… So if you have the chance go for it.


  6. Hi Natalie,
    I loved your post. I am planning a trip with my partner soon. I have a question–is there any way for us to book a trip that goes by day to the Komodo and Rinca Islands, but return at night to our accommodations on Labuan Bajo? We wish to save $ and the live aboards are quite expensive.

  7. This looks and amazing experience, the Komodo dragons are amazing creatures. We love the instructions, keep your head down and don’t look at them directly. Also ‘never go to the toilet alone’ reminds me of the scene in Jurassic Park.
    Seriously it does look a bucket list destination and your detailed post gives some excellent tips and advice. Thanks

  8. I’m sold! Dragons, Diving & Trekking sounds perfect. My kids would flip over seeing a Komodo dragon and the snorkeling looks fabulous! Good to know you need to book a tour.

    • Hi Anne,
      The dragons are mainly located in 3 big islands. The Padar Island, where we did the trekking to the top of the mounting has no dragons, or at least they never recorded a big population there. At the other islands they are running free, so that’s why you need to be with a trained ranger and follow only the designed paths.
      All the best,

  9. I’ve wanted to see a Komodo Dragon for years! And the diving/snorkeling sounds awesome! Thanks for putting together this great guide which will help me plan my trip and how many days to allocate to it. Indonesia has so much to offer it’s hard to fit everything into one trip!

  10. Those Komodo dragons always scared me – I’ve seen lots of documentaries about them. What an amazing experience! I’m hoping to go to Indonesia and this year and I’ll probably dare to see them up close. 🙂

  11. Wow, what a trip! I’d like to see this by myself, these beasts are so special! Useful post that is already in my pins board for (hopefully) future use. Thanks for sharing!

    • Hi Andre,
      All the boat trips to Komodo National Park need to be booked with a travel agent. At Labuan Bajo or Flores Islands you can book a trip to Padar Islands, or the whole package: Komodo Island + Rinca Island and Padar 😉

      Happy Travels,

  12. Good afternoon, Mr./Mrs./Ms.

    My name is Gabriela, from Petra Christian University Surabaya, Indonesia.
    Right now, I am currently working on my final project/thesis of: Travel Motivation in Visiting Komodo National Park (Padar island, Komodo island, or Rinca island).

    If you don’t mind, would you please fill in this questionnaire?
    (Here’s the link to it:

    Thank you very, very much, and God bless you. ??

    Gabriela A

  13. Wow such an amazing blog – thanks for your help.
    We have 6 days in Labuan Bajo – we are staying in a hotel.
    Do you recommend staying over on Komodo island? i was planning on doing day trips from Labuan but might be better staying over?
    Also how rough is the sea? i get sea sick.
    Thank you

    • Hi Eleni,
      We did 2 day trips from Labuan to Komodo Islands, it was a bit tiring but doable. There are tours offering the overnight at the boat, next time we want to try.
      On both trips the sea was flat, no waves whatsoever.
      Also for hotels you can check the options and rates here 🙂

  14. Thanks for the information Rob and Nat! We just came back from Malaysia and are planning on going to Indonesia for three weeks next summer (June 15 through July 8 2018). How far in advance should we start booking things? We are two adults and three kids (ages 12, 12, and 10 next summer) and we usually book all the hotels and activities ourselves. Would you recommend self-booking everything or should we go with a travel agency? We are thinking about going to Tanjung Puting National park in Kalimantan and then Komodo National Park before spending our remaining days in Indonesia in Bali and other areas.

  15. Hey! Thanks for all the tips! Looks amazing! 🙂 I am going there now om september! Which company did you use? Did you book in advance or just close one there?

  16. Thanks, Natalie, for posting good ideas How to Plan a Trip to Komodo Island. Everyone wants to their tour should be amazing and memorable. So that they try different plans for their tour. If you are searching a beautiful spot to spend your holidays then Komodo Island tour is the best place. Before 4 months ago I had visited those places which you have mentioned in your post. Me and my friends had visited those places with the help of “Komodo Wanderlust Tour” a famous travel expert of Indonesia. Really that trip is an amazing trip for me.

  17. Hi Guys,

    Loved reading your blog. I was debating whether to go or not to go to Komodo islands during our Bali trip but post reading your experience, I’m definitely going. A quick question I’m travelling with my parents, who are in their 70’s plus kids who are below 9. Would you know if they’ll be able to do the trek and are kids allowed in the park?

    Thanks in advance.


    • Hi Shefalii,

      We saw kids while trekking in Padar and Komodo. The hardest trek was in Padar island, if you parents don’t want to climb the hill they can enjoy the beach 😉


  18. Hi! I was wondering if I need to book a flight in advance (from Bali to Labuan Bajo) or if I can book it when I arrive in Bali. I’m coming from Canada at the end of April. Should I be booking now or waiting until I arrive in Indonesia? Also I’m travelling alone and would need to bring my backpack/luggage with me on the plane (65-75 L), otherwise I wouldn’t know where to leave it. Is it possible to bring it with me? Thanks!

    • Hi Erin,
      Sorry for the late reply, hope all went well on your trip.
      We always prefer to book the flights in advance.
      Regarding the luggage most airlines in Asia are pretty strict with cabin luggage, it’s around 7-10kgs only.

  19. Hi , Im so in love with the view in your first picture. May I know which island is that and when would be the best time to hike up for a view as such? Hope to hear from you soon, thank you.

  20. Thanks so much for your informative description. We are going there next month and your tour seems perfect for us, plus we will do the scuba diving portion. Like you, we plan to work out of Labuan Bajo. Who did you do your daily tours with? Can we arrange it before we go?

  21. Hello 🙂 I’m going to Indonesia in October with a friend and I’m completely in love with the places you visited! We already have the flight to Labuan Bajo and we will have 2 full days there! The tours you took seem perfect for our time schedule as we want to take the most of komondo islands! Could you advise us what were the companies/tours you took?

    Thank you so much in advance,

    • Hi Raquel,

      Enjoy Indonesia, it’s a stunning country!!
      About the tours, I just added on the blog post a list of the best tours companies, it’s below the “How to Plan a Trip to Komodo Island in Indonesia?” session.
      Feel free to browse there and choose the one that suits better to your schedule 😉

      Happy Travels.




  23. Thanks a lot for the article. It’s really helpful. We are planning to visit Komodo Island in December this year. Just wondering when you stayed in Labuan Bajo and then took the trips to the mentioned islands lets say to Rinca island, did you go back to Labuan Bajo and stayed the night at your accommodation or you stayed over night in the boat for the next island in the next morning?

    I knew from the celeb news, Gwyneth Paltrow stayed in a boat for days during her visit with her children there. Is that option available and how to book that house boat?

  24. Hi,
    Thank you, great post lovely pic.s love your writing style 🙂
    I’m interested in diving, any advice where to go and where to stay? searching on the internet I came up with that “go to Bali, stay at Sanur , do Bali dive sites, Gili meno & komodo” what do you think about that

  25. Thank you so much for your informative article on Indonesia tour with awesome pictures which inspire any one at list once visit your visited all places.
    Can you please let me know about Visa process for Indonesia?

    • Hi John,
      I recommend you to contact the Indonesia Embassy or Consulate in your country, they can give you all the details about applying for the Indonesia tourist visa.
      Happy Travels,

  26. Thank you for so much information.

    I’m very interested in the tour that you booked with Tourism board. However, I can’t seem to locate it. Could you please let me know what were the tours you took?

  27. Hi Natalie, I m from Labuan Bajo, Komodo Sub-District. Thanks for visiting and explaining clearly detail of our place Komodo National Park and Labuan Bajo Flores. It really helps new visitor to come to KNP. I usually take your link and send to our costumer to read about KNP before booking our tour. I need them to understand about this area from prespective of guest or a proffesional writer like you…

    Thanks so much…

    Yohanes Romualdus

  28. Great website. Very happy to see such a great blog about my home island. If you come back, please look us up downtown or online. We are a local women owned agency company. Thank you and happy travels!! Cheers! Jejey!


Leave a Comment