Komodo National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Flores Sea, consisting of the three large islands of Komodo, Rinca, and Padar. Because of its unique geology and volcanic activity, this park boasts stunning scenery both above and below water. The southern hills of Komodo and Rinca feature a dramatic, wild savannah landscape with patches of forest, and are home to the famous monitor lizards, Komodo dragons. White and pink sand beaches and blue lagoons teeming with fish provide some of the most spectacular underwater scenery in the world. Explore by private, traditional Indonesian phinisi boat so that you can stop at beaches and snorkel in reefs at your leisure.