Whatever your choice to explore Komodo Island, by luxury phinisi boat or backpacker, safety and safety is crucial. Exploring the island of Komodo is a unique and unforgettable experience. You will see ancient animals on this island, which are ancient animals that are still left in the world. Preservation of ancient animals and the safety of your trip must also be considered.
Don’t visit Komodo Island alone
This is important! Never visit where giant ancient animals habitat alone because it will be high risk. Ensuring safety is paramount. You can look for open trips to Komodo island and join other tourists. Make sure you are always under the supervision of a ranger when you see Komodo dragons. Another important piece of information, do not force exploring this island when you are menstruating. Komodo’s smell is very sharp and will be dangerous when they become aggressive.
Do not make a lot of movement when you meet directly or close to the Komodo dragon. Many tourists want to take pictures at a distance with Komodo but actually, endanger safety. Try not to attract their attention, because safety is number one.
Do not smoke
Before exploring the island of Komodo, or the island of Rinca, you must pay attention to the condition of the two islands. The other island has more forest when you compare it to Rinca Island. The savanna dominates the island of Rinca. The savanna on Rinca Island is very wide and looks arid the canoe up the hill.
Imagine if you smoked on one of these islands and caused a fire. It will certainly be very damaging to the environment and the extinction of ancient animals. Traveling to Komodo Island is not just for fun, but we are also obliged to maintain the security and safety of the area.
Best island to see Komodo dragons
Many people say Rinca Island is the best island to see Komodo dragons in person. In terms of scenery, Rinca Island is almost the same as Komodo. Rinca Island features beautiful beaches and several hills. The land here is mostly covered by grasslands. You can meet many wild animals. Rinca Island is an area of about 18,500 hectares which is also home to more than 2,000 Komodo dragons.
If you decide to take an open trip, then don’t worry because the operator will take you to both locations. You can also enjoy activities such as trekking or enjoying the pink beach. Make sure that the open trip operator provides all your travel needs to Rinca and Komodo island.