Visiting Komodo – How Much Money Do You Need?
Planning a trip to the Komodo National Park? You must be beyond excited. But before you board the plane, remember to be well prepared in terms of money. Amenities in Flores, Indonesia are getting more up-to-date by the day but it is best still to be prepared. We’ve put together some essential information that will be helpful for when you’re planning your holiday budget to visit the land of the Dragons:
There is a fee to enter the Komodo National Park, which includes all the islands within its vicinity. The fee isn’t all-inclusive and some activities are chargeable. Here is a rough guide to help you estimate how much you will be spending there based on the activities that you are planning to undertake. Do talk to your chosen tour operator to have a clearer idea on what’s included in your tour package.
Entrance fee to the Komodo National Park:
Locals : IDR 5,000 per person
Foreigners : IDR 150,000 (weekdays) per person
: IDR 225,000 (weekends and public holidays) per person
Ranger Fee : IDR 80,000 per group (max 5 people)
Area Tax : IDR 50,000 per area
Entrance Ticket for Boats : IDR 100,000 per boat per area
Fishing Fee : IDR 25,000 per person
Hiking Fee : IDR 5,000 per person
Wildlife Observation Fee : IDR 10,000 per person
Canoeing Fee : IDR 25,000 per person
Diving Fee : IDR 25,000 per person
Snorkeling Fee : IDR 15,000 per person
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