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Komodo National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site (Photo: duchy/Shutterstock)
Komodo National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site (Photo: duchy/Shutterstock)
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Port of Komodo Island

Komodo National Park encompasses this entire Indonesian island, which is the native habitat of the komodo dragon. Upward of 4,000 dragons freely roam on Komodo Island. The island features varied terrain that includes rainforests, white sand beaches and savannahs, and is home to lots of wildlife and unique native plants. The waters are home to some of the best diving sites in the world and have more than 385 varieties of coral, making it an ideal place to scuba or snorkel.

--By Shayne Thompson, Cruise Critic contributor

Shore Excursions

About Komodo Island


Nature lovers will enjoy exploring this verdant island and the chance to see the komodo dragons


The dragons on the island can be massive, which may be a bit of a shock if you've never seen them

Bottom Line

This island is ideal for active travelers who prefer to spend their days hiking or diving

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