“What is the best time to visit Komodo Island National Park?”, has always been a frequent question asked by our costumers when they started to making a plan.
Being a UNESCO World Heritage Site, selected as one of New 7Wonders of Nature and has an easy access from Bali make many travelers around the globe eye on Komodo National Park.
Every day, Komodo National Park is hosted hundreds of travelers from both international and domestic who wish to see the world’s largest living lizard that only exists in Komodo National Park. Komodo Dragon may own the limelight in the national park, but the scenic landscape and incredible underwater life make Komodo National Park the social media darling.
Komodo National Park opens for public visit 365 days a year, with only 2 seasons: Dry season (April – October) and rainy season (November – March). Fact that Komodo National Park lies within Lesser Sunda Island that known to be the driest region in Indonesia doesn’t make the rainy season on mid of January – early of March less wild with heavy rain fall, strong wind and big waves..