One of the highlights of our charters around Komodo is the opportunity guests have to walk on an island inhabited by Komodo dragons. They look pretty docile, but these giant “lizards”, which grow up to three meters and weigh as much as 90kg, are probably the most aggressive super-predators on the planet.
When travel writer Mark Eveleigh sailed with us earlier this year, we went walking on Rinca, an island in the Komodo National Park and where the dragons are found. Want to know what it’s like to stroll on an island inhabited by dragons? Mark’s feature, “Walking with dragons in Indonesia” (which also includes mention of Dunia Baru) has just been published on the World Travel Guide website… read it here.