Many changes on Rinca Island, where the government makes improvements in the economy based on nature conservation, are characteristic of Komodo National Park in Labuan Bajo. Therefore, one of the main destinations in the Rinca Island area is arranged as a modern nature concept.
Rinca Island is the second largest island in the Komodo National Park. Along with Komodo Island and Padar Island, and holds UNESCO World Heritage status since 1991. It is home to the mighty Komodo dragon. You can find about 1500 of these giant lizards.
Aside from the dragons, Rinca Island is also abounding with local wildlife including macaques, buffaloes, boars, snakes, deer, and birds. The fauna on Rinca Island is very rich, which allows you to discover these animals without disturbance.
Rinca Island also offers stunning beaches and is a great place to snorkel and scuba dive given its teeming underwater life. Travelers will find dozens of very pristine dive sites, with many migratory species, making it one of the world’s richest marine habitats.
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