Bali is amazing but Komodo Island is beyond your imagination. Who doesn’t know about Bali?! Bali is the most famous in the Indonesian archipelago and also the top destination in Indonesia. Bali Island is also commonly referred to as The island of Thousands Temples, The Island of Gods, and Bali Dwipa.
The wide beaches in the south and lush, volcano-dominated interior attract close to 3 million foreign tourist per year! What makes Bali so famous? Elizabeth Gilbert certainly pushed Ubud, Bali’s cultural heart into the spotlight with her book “Eat, Pray, Love”. But before the book and film hit big in 2010, Bali was quietly pulling in backpackers, surfers, and travellers in search of beauty and holistic living on a budget.
Bali has unique architecture, both ancient and modern, blends from present and past. Bali also one of the most romantic island in the world and is a top honeymoon destination in Asia.
Bali may be a paradise, but there’s also another paradise you can find in Indonesia, Komodo Island! Komodo National Park usually referred to Komodo Island. Getting to Komodo Island you can fly to Labuan Bajo. Labuan Bajo was only a small fishing site that today has flourished to become the gateway to may exotic destinations in East Nusa Tenggara.
Either from Bali or Jakarta, its only take an hour flight. From Labuan Bajo you can continue to Komodo Island by using a boat. You can also book a package tour from local agent.
So What Make Komodo Island Beautiful and Worth to Visit?
The answer is simple, Komodo Island is absolutely beautiful! You can enjoy the perfect blue water, dramatic mountains and gorgeous weather. Komodo Island offers a tropical paradise of dreamy island, strung together by the Flores sea. The Komodo Island also is a home to infamous Komodo Dragon, the giant lizard in the world and you can only meet them in this island.
You can also enjoy the bat-filled sunset as the colour changes from reddish-orange, to purplish-pink, until it fully sets into the night sky, and swim with Manta Rays. While you were in Komodo Island, you can explore Labuan Bajo too.
Labuan bajo, the gate to Komodo Islands and also beautiful small town. Some of many things you could do in Labuan Bajo are indulge in the local cuisine, explore villages, visit Cunca Rami Waterfall, swim in the underground lake at Rangko Cabe, or go caving at Batu Cermin.
If you’re lucky, you’ll get to see the Milky Way in all its glory or a full moon illuminating the waters. This exotic island sure will make you fall in love!
How To Get There
One way to get there is to fly from a major airport like Jakarta or Denpasar (Bali) to Labuan Bajo. it only an hour and half flight, both from Jakarta and Bali. From Labuan Bajo you can jump on a boat and set sail for Komodo Island.
Best Time to Visit Komodo
Although Komodo National Park is one of Indonesia’s driest regions. But the rainy season from January to middle March can be pretty wild with winds, waves and heavy rainfall, especially in February. April to June is one of the best time to visit Komodo as the islands gleam in greenery and comfortable temps, cool, and fresh at night, also calm seas, often featuring whale sharks.
High season in Komodo Islands is during July to August and the weather is hot, sunny and pricier. You wait instead until September, October and November for warm weather, fewer tour boats, and deserted dusty tracks for trekking.
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