The island is home to a unique ecosystem that includes not only the Komodo dragons but also a variety of other wildlife such as deer, wild boar, water buffalo, and various bird species. The island's landscape is dominated by rugged hills, savannah grasslands, and dense forests, making it an ideal destination for nature lovers and adventure seekers.
Getting to Komodo Island
The island is accessible only by sea or air. Most visitors fly to Labuan Bajo, a small town on the western tip of Flores Island, and take a boat from there to Komodo Island. The boat ride takes about two hours, and visitors are required to book a tour with a licensed guide to explore the island.