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The beauty of Komodo Island Tourism


The Nusa Tenggara Islands save a million natural views. Geographically, the islands of Nusa Tenggara are to the east of Sumbawa Island. Between these two islands, is separated by the Sape Strait.

Among the many islands in the Nusa Tenggara Islands, there is an interesting island for us to visit, called Komodo Island. This island is included in the Komodo National Park area. What’s interesting? Here’s the information.

As the name implies, Komodo Island is an island that is also a habitat for step animals in this country. Its existence is increasingly shrinking.

Certainly exciting if we can see directly the life of animals protected by the country. Not only on Komodo Island, Komodo habitat is also on the island adjacent to it. Like on Rinca Island.

On the island, tourists can freely see and observe the daily patterns of Komodo. There is a right place to see a herd of dragons. Tourists can climb a hill, namely Bukit Ara (538 masl).

On the mountain, many herds of dragons live wildly. Besides Komodo, other animals that we can see are wild deer, bulls and wild horses.


The beauty of the beach

Tourists can also enjoy the beautiful and stunning natural charm, the beauty of white sand decorated with coral and the waves on the beach. The sea water is so clear and blue and the sunlight warms the beach.

Underwater Biota

Komodo National Park turns out to save beauty under the sea. You can dive and enjoy the beauty of many species from coral reefs, seaweed, dozens of sponges, green turtles, sharks, stingrays, whales, to dolphins.

Komodo Island

Transition zone of the Wallacea Line

Its location in the Transition Zone area of the Wallacea line, makes this area very beautiful. This area was formed from the meeting of two continents, namely Asia and Australia, which then formed a unique row of islands and volcanoes.

Therefore, this island is filled with birds and animals from these two continents. There are so many types of flora and fauna that live in this Komodo National Park. Here there are 254 types of flora from Asia and Australia, 128 species of birds, and 58 other types of fauna.

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