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Komodo, West Manggarai Regency, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia

Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992, Komodo National Park covers vast areas of land and sea between the islands of Sumbawa and Flores. It's much more than the home of the legendary Komodo lizard (aka the Komodo dragon). Terrestrial...

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The most legendary of the many reptilian and lizard denizens of Komodo, the Komodo dragon is, in fact, a lizard—albeit a very intimidating one. Komodo and Rinca islands, located within Komodo National Park, are the best places to see these...

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While the Komodo dragons get all the attention on land in this spectacular part of the Indonesian archipelago, it's the kaleidoscope of marine life (over 1,000 species of tropical fish live here) and pristine coral reefs that steal the show...

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A visit to this Bugis fishing village of around 1,100 people, reached by a 30-minute boat ride from the pier in Komodo National Park, gives an interesting perspective into the realities of life in a very remote corner of the world. The...

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Taman Nasional Komodo, Komodo, Kabupaten Manggarai Barat, Nusa Tenggara Tim., Indonesia

Perhaps you've seen pink beaches before. But chances are you haven't seen them with a backdrop as spectacular as Komodo National Park's, where fantastical coral formations and swirls of tropical fish wait just steps from a most unique stretch of...

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There are only four human settlements in Komodo National Park, and the largest of them, Komodo Village, is home to just over 1,500 people. Don't expect to find a choice of boutiques on Komodo Island; you are here to see the animals, not for a day...