Keep a safe distance
Komodo dragons are wild animals and can be dangerous and its saliva also poisonous. Always stay with your guide and group. Because Komodo dragons can be aggressive and move quickly, never venture off by yourself. If you want to take photos, better to listens ranger’s suggestion and keep the distance of 2-3 meters away from komodo. Using camera with telephoto lens will be a good choice, to avoid taking photo too close to Komodo.
Can you go to Komodo Island on your period ? Although komodo can smell blood keenly, visiting Komodo National Park during your menstrual period is generally considered safe. However, it’s better for women who are menstruating who want to visit Komodo to tell the local guides or rangers about their condition and stay close to the ranger.
Tourist should not bring a lot of stuffs with them during Komodo Dragons tour. If it fell down accidentally, it will provoke Komodo since Komodo “think” it is food for them. Avoid making loud noises or sudden movements that could startle them and lead to an aggressive response.Tourist should be quiet, walking in a group.
During the mating season, around June-July, Komodo dragons become more territorial and aggressive, which can be quite intimidating to humans who come in contact with them. Male Komodo dragons compete for female attention and try to establish their dominance over other males. They do this by fighting with each other, using their powerful jaws and tails to inflict serious injury or death on their rivals.