- Resort type: Beach resort
- Landscape: Mountains, Seacoast, Island, Tropical Forest, Hills
- What to do: Diving & Snorkelling, Natural Parks & Reserves, Boat Trips, Wellness Tourism, Yachting & Sailing, Hiking, Surfing, Windsurfing & Kitesurfing, SPA
Komodo is an island with the total area of 390 square kilometres in the Lesser Sunda Islands. It is situated in the Indian Ocean. It belongs to the Republic of Indonesia and Komodo National Park, which is under UNESCO protection. It borders Sumbawa Island and Flores Island.
The lovers of beach holidays come to Komodo to enjoy the quietness of isolated islands such as Padar Island and Kode Pulau Motang Island. One can go diving and snorkelling. The coastal area is rich in coral reefs, which make Komodo an ideal place for diving. The extreme tourists can try kiting, sailing, water skiing, windsurfing and yachting. Boat tours along the bays and lagoons.
Thanks to an amazing nature of Komodo National Park, it’s a good destination for the ecological tourism. The tourists can go hiking in the mangroves and ferneries, explore a tropical ecological system and watch the population of Komodo dragons.
The wellness tourists choose Komodo because of its favourable climate and a good ecological situation. The hotels Komodo Resort and Waecicu Eden Beach have wellness centres where you can have toning or relaxing spa procedures or a massage.
The Indonesian cuisine is rich in seafood dishes and the tourists will treat themselves in the local restaurants.
There are no events in Komodo.
On the island, you will not find any significant historical and architectural monuments. But you can take a tour around Komodo to get acquainted with the cultural traditions and everyday life of the locals. You can also take a trip to Jakarta. The major sights in this city are Istiqlal Mosque, Fatahillah Square and Proclamation Monument.
At night, you can go to some bars in the hotels.