Komodo National Park
The Komodo, a fearsome and otherworldly lizard, is probably one of the most fascinating creatures on earth — and that you can only discover in the wild in Indonesia’s Komodo National Park. Captivating as it is, the Komodo is hardly the only fascinating thing in this string of exotic islands which make up the Komodo National Park. The three islands of Comodo, Padar and Rinca have magnificent hills.
Together with a spectacular sea, green coastal hills and vibrant wildlife underwater. The Komodo Island has also the famed pink sand beach, while Padar Island has an iconic hill overlooking three stunning bays.
Mostly shrouded by smoke and a multicolored sky, this volcano has become one of the most emblematic sights in Indonesia. Watching the sunrise at Mount Bromo from Java Island is a popular excursion that provides an unforgettable experience. The volcano also shares the landscape with a vast desert, numerous green mountains and valleys, sweeping flower fields and many more explorable waterfalls.