Komodo Island may be famous for its giant monitor lizards, but their waters are also excellent for diving activities. The surrounding waters have an impeccable coral reef and abundant marine life to satisfy any diving enthusiast. Worth noting, however, is the slightly challenging hydrology conditions of the waters in Komodo ... Continue Reading
The water conditions in the Komodo Islands are some of the most exotic in the Indonesian archipelago. They are notorious for having strong currents that are challenging for even the most seasoned divers. In fact, some dive sites in the Komodo Islands require you to have a minimal of Divemaster ... Continue Reading
Have you heard of Padar island? It's the third largest island within the Komodo National Park, located between Komodo and Rinca islands. Unlike its more famous neighboring islands of Komodo and Rinca that are teeming with the legendary dragons, Padar is komodo-free. The rugged topography of this island, with steep ... Continue Reading
A trip to Komodo Island won’t be complete until you also indulge in the local cuisine on the island. As you explore the island make sure you also dedicate time to taste the food found in the area. As we mentioned in one of our other articles (link to “What ... Continue Reading