Komodo National Park – UNESCO World Heritage Site
Komodo National Park – UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Komodo National Park is located in Komodo Island, which is situated near the main port Labuan Bajo, East Nusa Tenggara. It was inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991 due to the presence of the world’s protected Komodo dragon. This park has some major attractions: lush reefs, manta point, pink beach and Komodo dragons park. Komodo dragons are carnivorous reptiles whose saliva is poisonous for humans. Watch out for the presence of those big lizards and pay thorough attention to the direction provided by the local guides when you are at Komodo site.
Another stunning tourist attraction is Padar island, which is located next to Komodo Island. By taking the boat from Komodo island and hiking for 20-30 minutes to the top of Padar island, you will see an outstanding view of the island, along with its 3 colour beaches: white, pink and black. In addition, this region offers a great mixture of natural and cultural attractions with good tourism facilities as well. Do you want to experience earth’s extraordinary natural wonder? Visit Komodo Islands, Indonesia!
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Komodo National Park at Labuan Bajo Region
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