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Komodo National Park


A voyage to a land of dragons is no mythical undertaking for those who dare venture to the Indonesian archipelago of Komodo. The explorer here will encounter hulking mountainous islands fringed with mangroves, laced with trails and patrolled by the world’s largest lizard: the Komodo dragon.

SET YOUR COURSE The Unesco-listed park comprises the three larger islands of Komodo, Rinca and Padar, 26 smaller islets, and some of the country’s richest waters within its 700 square miles. Like all good swashbucklers, the only way to get here is by boat. Secure your passage with one of the many tour operators on the island of Flores, two hours’ journey away.

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In the June issue… discover the variety that can exist within one small country on a Great Escape to Slovenia; follow in Napoleon's footsteps on a drive from the French Riviera to the Alps; take one of Europe's most curious train rides through the forests of northern Sweden; try out yurts, vintage caravans and more at great glamping locations across Britain; go on a coffee-lover's tour of four countries that make a good cup; and much more