DAY 01. BALI - LABUAN BAJO - RINCA ISLAND - LABUAN BAJO
Pick up from your hotel in bali,transfer to the airport ,leaving for Labuan Bajo. Upon arrive, you'll be welcoming by our local representative,then By Ac car,transfer to the harbour,on board to Rinca Island with a motorized wooden boat.Enjoy the day sailing while having lunch.Its takes two hours to reach the island.On arrived at the purposed island You'll be accompanied by a local ranger ,then starting to explore the Island, see the activities of the Giant Lizards Komodo Dragon in thei r Pure nature.
Before dark,we then leave the island,on board and sail Back to Labuan Bajo.On arrive,check in Hotel and Dinner service. ( L.D ).
DAY 02. LABUAN BAJO HOTEL - BATUCERMIN - BALI
After having breakfast,check out and the short trip will be made before Flight back to Bali. Visit Mirror stone Cave ,see the stalaqtite and stalaqmite , or free program till transfer to the airport. Afterward,drop to the airport ,waiting for your return flight to bali.Bali arrived,pick up and transfer back to your original hotel. ( B ) . TOUR END
|Tour Code||: ENT/ KT / 02|
|Departure||: Daily , Flight by Trans Nusa / IAT Air|
|Participant||: Minimum 2 person|
Package Included :
Boat Charter , Snorkling Gear, Lunch, Drinking water, Entrance Fee, Ranger fee,
Coffe / Tea, Guide.
Package Excluded :
Camera Charge , ETC That we Does't Copy To This Page.
About Article Komodo Dragon Indonesia
Komodo National Park has widely known with the home of the giant lizard Komodo Dragon - which has just declare to be one of the latest heritage of the world.
Explore the under water live and its ecosystems which has well known as the best diving site in the world. From beautiful coral, reefs, thousands sort of fishes to the crystal water and beautiful beach are await to visit. Komodo dragons live in one of the driest area in Indonesia, where there are few permanent water sources.
The many animals in Komodo National Park are an important part of the ecology of Komodo dragons. The Komodo dragon is top predator in its environment and all animals in the park are potential prey of the Komodo dragon. The fauna is a combination of Asia and Australian species including 277 animals species, of which 25 are protected. These include 32 mammal species, 90 bird species and 36 reptile species.
Komodo dragons are the largest living lizard in the world. They are a type of monitor Lizard of the Varanidae family. When frightened, Komodo dragons can run up to 18km/h for a short distance. Usually, they run at a slow trot of 8 - 10km/h. The largest Komodo dragon measured weighed 165.9kg (365pounds). Large dragons usually weigh up to 90kg. It is hard to tell the difference between male and female dragons. However, males have a special scale pattern at the based of their tail. generally, males grow larger than females. The largest recorded Komodo dragon length is 3.13m (10feet 2 inches). Female Komodo dragons rarely grow over 2.5m (7feet 6 inches) in length. Scientist believe that Komodo dragons can live up to 50 years, maybe longer. Komodo dragons can swim at least 500m. However, they become sluggish in the water because the water cools their body temperature down.
Young dragons spend most of their time in trees but dragons over 1.5m long can not climb well. Dragons over 2 meters are too heavy to climb trees. The Komodo dragons are constantly regulating their body temperatures. In the early morning, they must warm-up their bodies in the sun. If their body temperature drops too low, the food in their stomach can rot and cause regurgitation or even death. However, the Komodo dragon's body temperature must not exceed 42 degrees celcius (108 degrees Fahrenheit). When it is too hot, they must rest and seek shade to prevent their body from over-heating. Dragons are most active from 6 - 10am in the morning and again from 3 - 5pm in the afternoon. During the rainy season. Komodo dragons stay in burrows if they are too cold. Komodo dragons sleep at night because it is usually too cool for them to be active. They will sleep where they will not loose too much heat at the edge of the savanna and monsoon forest or in burrows. The average sleeping burrow is only 75cm to 1.25m in length. The Komodo dragons will use the burrows of rodents, palm civets, wild board, porcupine (on Flores) and those made by other Komodo dragons. Nesting burrows are about 2 meters long.