shu-Indonesia-Komodo-National-Park-Hero-1124450636-1440x823.jpg

Komodo National Park

 World Heritage
UNESCO logo

Komodo National Park includes three major islands: Komodo, Rinca and Padar, as well as numerous smaller islands creating a total surface area (marine and land) of 1817km (proposed extensions would bring the total surface area up to 2,321km2). As well as being home to the Komodo dragon, the Park provides refuge for many other  notable terrestrial species such as the orange-footed scrub fowl, an endemic rat, and the Timor deer. Moreover, the Park includes one of the richest marine environments including coral reefs, mangroves, seagrass beds, seamounts, and semi-enclosed bays.

Id map.jpg

General information

Reach Komodo National Park

As you can see on the map, the Komodo Park is located on the island of Flores in the east of the province of Nusa Tenggara and in the heart of the Flores Sea. It is located about 50 km east of the city of Labuan Bajo. If you choose to arrive by air, you will land directly in Labuan Bajo which is located on the island of Flores. Your cruise departure will be from the harbour of this small town.

Seasons - Water t° - Visibility

cloudy-day.png

Two seasons are distinguished on the island of Flores: - the dry season from April to September; the climatic and navigation conditions are optimal.

- the rainy season from November to May: it is the hottest period of the year. The navigation conditions can be more difficult because of the bad weather. Visibility is good throughout the year: between 20 and 30 meters. The water temperature can vary from 22°C to 29°C throughout the year, offering very pleasant diving possibilities.

 HIGH lights of Komodo

kisspng-video-cameras-silhouette-clip-art-print-a-film-5ae820306b73d3.39264823152516203244
A Unique & Wild Scenery
komodo-2.jpg

Padar Trek

Padar is mostly savannah-covered, surreal landscape fringed by bright green-capped mountains of fairy-tale shapes. It’s all surrounded by three turquoise bays, and curiously, each one of the bays’ beaches has different coloured sand: One is pearly white, another charcoal black, and a third is a very rare baby pink. It is a rare combination, a quirk of this unique island.

Visitors can do a 30 minute hike to Padar's summit to see a panoramic view of the island, go trekking for around an hour, snorkel or just hit the pristine tri-colored beaches. 

Komodo Dragons Trek

Komodo Island trekking is one of the most impressive activity that is provided by Kamma Sail for the travelers during their cruise around Komodo National Park.Komodo Island, also called Loh Liang, is the biggest island in Komodo National park, the most popular and most visited.Upon your arrival on the island, a well-trained naturalist guide will brief you on the characteristic Komodo and the safety procedure.  The trek will include meeting the mighty Komodo dragons, the largest lizard on the planet, being in their natural habitat.

shutterstock_347555654.jpg
unnamed-1.jpg

Pink Beach

Pink Beach, or Pantai Merah, as it is aptly named, is one of seven pink beaches on the planet, and is just one of the many amazing features of Komodo Island that make it truly a Natural Wonder of Nature. This exceptional beach gets its striking colour from microscopic animals called Foraminifera, which produces a red pigment on the coral reefs. For this reason, it is called Red Beach in the local tongue. When the tiny fragments of red coral combine with the white sands, this produces the soft pink colour that is visible along the shoreline. 

Flying Fox in Kalong

This island is surrounded by mangrove where thousands bats or flying fox lived. Bats or Flying fox is called Kalong by the local. Kalong Island located in a row of small islands inside Komodo National Park area. The best time to visit Kalong island is at late afternoon to evening for sunset time. Starting from some bats flying in circle on the trees then continue to flying across the mangroves follows by the other big groups of bats.

Sunda Flying Foxes flying out of their cave in search for food during sunset in Komodo Nat
Plongée à Komodo.jpg

Diving In Komodo

Komodo National Park offers a unique underwater environment. You will find everything you have always wanted to see in addition to the colourful coral reefs in tropical waters. You can see more than a hundred different species of fish, dive with manta rays, dolphins and schools of tuna and much more! The geographical position and the mix between the Indian and Pacific Oceans make the diving conditions absolutely perfect, and spectacular. You will dive in a magical environment rich in biodiversity. 

Famous Dive Sites

scuba-icon-23.jpg
Top 10 best diving destinations in the world
IMG_5413.JPG

BATU BOLONG

Current :  +++

Max depht :  30 m

Species : Sharks, turtles, watching marine life playing and feeding in the down currents

On the surface, just a piece of rock surrounded by eddies and waves caused by the current, but under the surface, Batu Bolong is certainly one of the richest and most spectacular dive sites on the planet! Once you have immersed yourself in the heart of Batu Bolong, you will only want to return! 

IMG_5416.JPG

CASTLE ROCK

Current :  +++

Max depht :  30 m

Species : grey reef sharks, white tip and black tip sharks, eagle rays, schools of tuna and barracudas, giant trevallies.

Castle Rock is a submerged mountain located on the north coast of Komodo that descends to 75 meters deep and whose summit reaches 3 to 4 meters below the surface. One of the most famous dives in Komodo for sharks and pelagics! Due to the current present at this site, it usually requires a quick descent.

2a12c9bd4cc1d458a19b90df55c7f3ae.jpg

CRYSTAL ROCK

Current :  +++

Max depht :  30 m

Species : grey sharks, blacktip sharks, whitetip sharks, pygmy seahorses, eagle rays, barracudas, bighead jacks, groupers

Crystal Rock is close to Castle Rock but its area is much larger. It owes its name to its incredible underwater visibility. You will find a great variety of hard and soft corals as well as a lot of marine life, giant trevally, reef sharks, Napoleon wrasse, and occasionally eagle rays. Another incredible dive in the heart of the Komodo!

da79220912d0f269a84d676827d0c95b.jpg

MAKASSAR REEF

Current :  +

Max depht :  14 m

Species : manta rays, sculpin sharks, white tip sharks, black tip sharks, eagle rays

One of the most famous dive sites in Komodo! Makassar Reef is a 2 km drift dive along a shallow reef located on the east side of Komodo Island. It fully deserves its reputation of being one of the best places in the world to observe manta rays. The current here can be strong, but it is a shallow and very pleasant dive!

IMG_5417.JPG

TATAWA BESAR

Current :  ++

Max depht :  25 m

Species : scorpion fish, frog fish, reef sharks, manta rays, eagle rays, turtles, coral reefs composed of sponges, gorgonians and boomies

Tatawa Besar is an incredible drift dive that is home to some of the purest and healthiest corals in Komodo. Along the way, you will be amazed by the variety of textures and colors of hard and soft corals, but also by the population of reef fish: schools of batfish, groupers, fusiliers as well as many hawksbill turtles. 

IMG_5422.JPG

THREE SISTERS

Current :  ++

Max depht :  28 m

Species : pygmy seahorses, frog fish, leaf fish, eagle rays, nudibranchs, shrimps, crabs, reef sharks

As the name suggests, the three rock formations rise from a sandy bottom at a depth of 30 m and up to 3 to 5 m below the surface. It is an ideal habitat for a perfect underwater ecological system. The three pinnacles intersect and are close to each other. They constitute a vast field of discovery.

Our Circuits

Daco_4624752.png

Leisure Circuit

5 days 4 nights
Kamma Komodo map leisure circuit

Diving Circuit

5 days 4 nights
Kamma Komodo map Diving circuit
La Unua Draw Kamma Sail

Komodo Fleet

Ikan Terbang draw Kamma Sail
Luxury floating hotel
MB-Kamma-030920-6245.jpg
MB-Kamma-02-0901220-2124_edited.jpg

La Unua

9 passengers : 7 adults & 2 children

Ikan Terbang

4 passengers : 2 adults & 2 children