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Welcome to Flores & Komodo !

The Portuguese who reached Flores island in the 15th Century gave the name Flores. 'Flores' means flowers, not by the Flowers grow on the land, but beneath the sea, coral, fishes and other marine lifes. The most beautiful coral reefs occur on the northern coast and western of the Island. Visit one of Flores’ traditional villages to gain insights on local culture and the daily lives of local residents. Friendly and welcoming villagers are eager to share their traditions and folklore with international visitors.

The most magnificent site is the Three Colored Lakes of Kelimutu volcano. Each lake is a different color: blue, green and black. Other attractions include spectacular hand-woven textiles of Maumere, Ende-Lio, Ngada, the traditional megalithic village of Bena and other traditional villages in Ngada regency (Central Flores), and "Komodo dragons". This Island is home to hundreds of different ethnic groups who speak scores of languages, and is a sort of transition point between the Malay and Papuan races.


The endogenous Komodo dragons are the iconic mascots of West Flores. Komodo and its surrounding islands were designated as a National Park in 1980. In 1996 UNESCO declared the Park as a "Word Nature Heritage Site,” with the further designation of “Men and Biosphere."Park information:
Located between the islands of Flores and Sumbawa
Covers an area of between 1,875 and 2,321 square kilometers
Consist of three main Islands: Komodo, Rinca and PadarFamous for its pre-historic Komodo ‘’Dragons’’ – found only in this area of the world
Home to one of the richest marine environments in the world
Excellent coral reefs
Outstanding diving spots

The Komodo National Park and its surrounding areas are home to one of the richest and most varied marine environments in world. More than 50 unique dive sites have been surveyed and mapped for park visitors.

The Komodo National Park is one of the most diverse and rich marine environments in the world, home to over 1,000 species of fish and 250 types of reef-building coral. The park has two distinct marine environments, one in the north and the other in the south of the park

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