Komodo National Park encompasses 603 km sq of land and 1.214 km sq of marine waters. It contains three large islands (Komodo, Rinca and Padar) and many smaller islands. Established as a National Park in 1980, Komodo has been declared a Man and Biosphere Reserve and a World Heritage Site in 1986.
KOMODO ISLAND ( Picture
The sea surrounding the islands offers crystal clear water to swim or snorkel, vistas of sea life and white sandy beach. The only human population on the island is at the fishing village called Komodo who supplement their income breeding goats which are used to feed the lizard.
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