How much does it cost to go to Komodo Island? Komodo National Park Entrance Ticket National Park (working days): 150,000 rp (11 USD) per person Snorkeling fee: 50,000 rp (3.50 USD) per person Kanawa Island
How much does it cost to go to Komodo Island?
Komodo National Park
|Entrance Ticket National Park (working days):||150,000 rp (11 USD) per person|
|Snorkeling fee:||50,000 rp (3.50 USD) per person|
|Kanawa Island fee:||100,000 rp (6.60 USD) per person|
|Boat Parking fee Rinca:||100,000 rp per boat|
|Boat Parking fee Kanawa:||100,000 rp per boat|
Is Komodo Island Expensive?
Located in the East Nusa Tenggara region of the Indonesian archipelago, Komodo island is one of the most popular locations to visit if you are after adventure. Visiting this adventure island is not expensive despite its popularity as most people tend to believe.
What are the diving conditions in Komodo National Park?
The Komodo area has a very varied range of dive types including; fringing reefs; pinnacles and sea mounts; protected bays; walls of color; monumental boulders; caverns and swim-throughs; colourful reefs; white sand slopes; black volcanic sand.
What to do in Komodo National Park Indonesia?
In this guide to diving in Komodo National Park we discuss the best dive sites (we dived 10 different sites), the prices, operators, live aboard diving or staying on the island and options to dive from Flores, marine life in the park, best season for divers and Labuanbajo accommodation, food and things to do.
What kind of fish are in Komodo National Park?
Komodo National Park is the home or visited by many large pelagic fish, mantas, 18 species of cetaceans, whale sharks, dugongs, green and hawksbill turtles and much more (read more about marine life in “Komodo National Park” section).
How big is the island of Komodo in Indonesia?
Komodo National Park includes three large islands; Komodo, Rinca and Padar, and also include many little islands to cover a total area of more than 1,800 km2 of ocean and land. The park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was initially established to conserve the unique Komodo Dragon and its habitat.