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bidadari-tourimageBidadari Island
Bidadari Island, which means “Angel Island” in Indonesian, is a tiny island located in Komodo National Park. The island is almost completely surrounded by beautiful beaches. Its excellent white-sand beaches and its crystal clear and calm waters make it an ideal spot for swimming and snorkeling. Coral, unique fish and other marine animals can be easily found here. Snorkeling on Bidadari Island on YouTube

batisland-tourimageKalong Island
Kalong Island, or Bat Island, is a small island with a mangrove forest in Komodo National Park. The mangrove trees make a good habitat for bats, and there are thousands of fruit bats that dwell in the forest. There is an amazing moment when thousands of bats come out from their nests to locate fruits at surrounding islands.
Bats at Kalong Island on YouTube

kanawa-tourimageKanawa Island
Kanawa Island is a small beautiful tropical island surrounded by white sandy beaches and coral reefs. It is located at the border of Komodo National Park and is perfect for relaxing, snorkeling, and diving.

See Kanawa Island on Youtube

kelorisland-tourimageKelor Island
Kelor Island is a tiny island with a white sandy beach, magnificent sea garden, and colorful tropical fish perfect for snorkeling. This gorgeous island has many features, including beautiful beaches, mountains, local activities, and calm sea. In addition, visitors are able to see mesmerizing landscapes in the horizon.

manta-tourimageManta Point
Manta Point (Karang Makassar) is a popular place for diving and snorkeling for those who love to see the manta rays. You can swim right next to these gentle giant sea animals. Manta Point offers an excellent snorkeling experience: turtles, eagle rays, huge clams, various kind of sponges, and cuttlefish are things you may see during your snorkeling. Manta Point manta rays on YouTube

pinkbeach-tourimagePink Beach
Pink Beach is one of the famous tourist destinations in Komodo National Park. This peculiar beach gets its color from red coral fragments. The sand appears pink because it is a mixture of white sand and red sand. It is definitely a great place to spend some time by just laying back or enjoying the underwater world with your snorkeling equipment.