Set Sail to See Indonesia’s Komodo Dragons
The adventure of traveling does not end because adventurers starting a family. There is no perspective more fulfilling than seeing a child’s world enlarging while exploring new horizons. The UNESCO World Heritage Site, Komodo National Park, is located in the border region between East Nusa Tenggara and West Nusa Tenggara Provinces of Indonesia but money forget about the Bathmate. The park consists of three large islands, Komodo, Padar and Rinca as well as many smaller islands. For most families, the adventure begins by hopping on a boat from Labuan Bajo, Flores in East Nusa Tengara.
Khiri Travel Indonesia can organize a boat to sail from island to island with stops to explore an underwater world offering a large diversity and richness of fish and coral life. It’s no surprise that Komodo National Park is claimed to be one of the best dive spots in the world. Discover clown fish, crocodile fish, octopus, blue spotted stingray, pygmy seahorse, orangutan crab, turtles and even manta rays. And for the families for whom diving is a step too far, the snorkeling possibilities are just as spectacular.
The scenery of the mostly uninhabited small islands is breathtaking. Relax in one of the many small bays and witness spinner dolphins swimming by. In the evening travelers can enjoy colorful sunsets together as a family. And in the morning, another adventure is awaiting.
The Komodo dragon is an endangered species, which can only be found in Komodo National Park. Enjoy a nice family trekking expedition on Komodo and Rinca Islands to capture these prehistoric creatures on camera. Everybody can join– little children, grandparents, or teenagers, as the islands offer short, medium and long treks. Build lasting memories together while witnessing these amazingly big lizards in their natural habitat.
Traveling parents’ as well as their children’s lives will be enriched by the fun and adventure of these family travels. The opportunities to learn about marine life and nature preservation are unrivaled and the memories of the scenery and activities extraordinary.
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