There are 17,508 islands in Indonesia, but only one is home to its very own Komodo dragon, the largest lizard on earth — Komodo island!
But that’s not Komodo’s only appeal, Komodo also has one of the seven pink sand beach in the world; that’s right, you’ve heard all the hype about white sand beach, but have you even ever heard of pink sand beach?
For nature lovers – You’d be pleased to learn that the Komodo National Park is a declared World Heritage Site and a Man and Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.
The high marine biodiversity of the island also makes it a scuba diving heaven, the remote location of the island also makes it a largely untouched island that allows you to see the nature at its near original condition.
The remote and rugged landscape also makes Komodo stands out from the thousands of islands in Indonesia, making it the perfect destination for the adventurous and scuba diving enthusiast.
In addition to being famous for its very own Komodo dragon - the largest living species of lizard, Komodo islands also forms part of the Komodo National Park, a popular diving destination. Another famous attraction of Komodo island is the pink sand beach, one of the only seven on earth, accompany by crystal clear ocean and friendly fishes that will swing with you if you ever fancy a swim! Read More...