Discover the Magic of Komodo with our Komodo National Park Tours

Immerse Yourself in Nature’s Splendor

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In Komodo we offer a variety of tailor-made Komodo National Park tours, ensuring you get the most out of your visit to this remarkable destination.

Join us as we explore the Komodo Dragons, the panoramic views of Padar Island, and the captivating Pink Beach.

How To Book The Komodo National Park Tours?

We run all of the Komodo National Park Tours every day exclusively for our guests from Komodo Resort.

Contact us directly for more information and pricing.

Komodo National Park Tours

Our Exclusive Park Tours

Komodo Dragon Encounter

Komodo Dragon Encounter

Join our expert guides for an up-close encounter with the world’s largest lizard – the Komodo Dragons on Komodo or Rinca islands. Learn about their unique biology, behavior, and conservation efforts.

Visit Pink Beach

Visiting Pink Beach

One of the most popular Komodo National Park Tours, visiting the stunning Pink Beach, a unique place on earth where the colors of the sand seem like magic to the eyes.

Hiking Padar Island

Hiking Padar Island

Join this Komodo National Park Tour hiking Padar Island to catch a glimpse of the iconic panoramic view from the top of the island. A gentle hike suitable for both children and elderly.

Flying Fox Watching At Kalong Island

One of the lesser-known, yet truly captivating experiences in Komodo National Park is watching the Flying Foxes at Kalong Island. This small, uninhabited island is home to thousands of these fascinating creatures. At sunset, through the magenta colours the sky comes alive with the flying foxes coming out for feeding. This simple event is a must do.

Kalong Island is situated near Rinca and Komodo Island, within the boundaries of Komodo National Park. The island is covered in dense mangrove forests, providing an ideal habitat for the flying foxes, also known as fruit bats. These nocturnal mammals have a wingspan of up to 1.5 meters (5 feet), making them the largest bats in the world.

Flying Fox Watching At Kalong Island
When Is The Best Time to Visit Komodo

When Is The Best Time to Visit Komodo

The prime time to visit Komodo National Park is during the dry season, which starts in April and extends to December.

This period offers warm, sunny weather that is perfect for exploring the islands and participating in various water activities.

The Komodo National Park Tours remain open all year-round but the wet season (January to March) can bring rain, occasional strong winds and reduced visibility for diving, making some areas less accessible.


Arriving in Komodo

Arriving In Komodo

To reach Komodo National Park, travelers must fly into Labuan Bajo’s Komodo International Airport. Daily flights are available from major Indonesian cities such as Jakarta, Bali, Surabaya and others.

Upon arrival in Labuan Bajo, guests of Komodo Resort will enjoy a seamless transfer to our property via boat, ensuring a smooth start to the adventure.

Frequently Asked Question About Komodo National Park Tours

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Komodo National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site located in Indonesia, consisting of three main islands: Komodo, Rinca, and Padar. The park is famous for its unique biodiversity, particularly the Komodo dragon, the world's largest living lizard. It also boasts beautiful landscapes, pristine beaches, and diverse marine life.

There are various tours available, including guided day trips, multi-day boat tours, diving and snorkeling excursions, trekking adventures, and customized private tours. These tours often combine visits to the main islands, wildlife spotting, and water-based activities.

The most common way to reach Komodo National Park is by flying into Labuan Bajo on Flores Island, which is serviced by several domestic flights from Bali and other parts of Indonesia. From Labuan Bajo, you can join a tour or charter a boat to the park.

The best time to visit Komodo National Park is during the dry season, which runs from April to November. During this time, the weather is generally sunny and dry, making it ideal for outdoor activities and wildlife spotting. The wet season, from December to March, may see more rain and rougher seas.

The most famous resident of Komodo National Park is the Komodo dragon. Besides these giant lizards, visitors may also spot other wildlife such as wild boar, Timor deer, water buffalo, various bird species, and marine life including manta rays, sharks, turtles, and colorful coral reefs.

Yes, safety precautions are necessary, especially when encountering Komodo dragons. Always follow your guide's instructions, maintain a safe distance from the dragons, and avoid sudden movements. It's also essential to stay hydrated, wear appropriate clothing and footwear for trekking, and use sunscreen to protect against the sun.

Yes, a permit is required to enter the park, and the fees vary depending on the activities you plan to participate in, such as trekking, snorkeling, or diving. Your tour operator will typically include these fees in the tour package and handle the permit arrangements on your behalf.

Pack comfortable clothing suitable for warm weather, including lightweight, breathable fabrics and a hat for sun protection. Bring sturdy shoes for trekking, swimwear, a towel, sunscreen, insect repellent, a reusable water bottle, a camera, and any personal medications or toiletries you may need.

While some tours may involve trekking and require a certain level of physical fitness, there are also boat-based tours that offer wildlife viewing opportunities and visits to scenic locations with minimal walking. It's best to discuss your specific needs and limitations with your tour operator to find a suitable option.

There are no accommodations within the park itself, but Labuan Bajo on Flores Island offers a variety of lodging options, from budget guesthouses to luxury resorts. Many multi-day tours include accommodations on liveaboard boats for overnight stays within the park boundaries