Komodo National Park
The National park of Komodo is one of two National heritage sites in Indonesia and was set up in 1980 to protect the unique species the Komodo Dragon, it is run by the Director General of Forest Conservation and Nature Conservation (PHPA). The park now encompasses the surrounding waters which are home to one of the richest fish faunas in the world. Also involved in the Park in the US based non profit organization The Nature Conservancy (TNC) they are assisting the Parks authorities with the development of the marine component of the Park’s 25 year management plan. The park includes 41,000 ha of land and 132,000 ha of marine waters.
The diversity of life in the park is enough to more than satisfy anyone coming to observe the life above or below the waters, be it for any type of Flora and Fauna, the Park and surrounding area has wonders abound.