Komodo National Park Fee 2023

Below you can find an overview of the new Komodo National Park fees 2023 and other National Park and entrance fees on Flores. The Province East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) in Indonesia has also many National Parks and Nature Conservation areas. The most significants are located in the area of Flores and Komodo as there are Komodo National Park, Seventeen Islands National Park and Kelimutu National Park.

To enter the parks you have to purchase several tickets and if you also like to do activities in the parks i. e. snorkeling, diving or hiking, there are additional fees. You will be also confronted with some other restribution and nature conservation fees. The validity of all tickets is only one day. If you want to spend more days in the Park, you have to buy new tickets during your cruise for every day you like to stay in the park.

It can be very difficult to fully understand the complicated Komodo National Park fee structure. The personal daily fee vary depending on number of people in a group, activities one want to do, day of the week, nationality  etc.. They are often subject to frequent changes. Our Flores Komodo Expedition Team use total transparency on Komodo National Park fee. Tickets will be bought directly by you at the ranger stations in the park with the support of our guides who have full transparancy. There is no need to worry. Just prepare your cash in Indonesian Rupiah.  


In addition to Komodo National Park fee, boats which cruise in the Park get charged as well, depending on size and type. Furthermore, a harbour clearance fee must be obtained with the harbour authorities. And to complete this confusing and diverse fee collection, it is also common to charge a boat parking fee at some anchorages in the Park.    

Please note, it is not a common practise to cover the boat fees by tour operator or agencies. Most of them will charge these fees on top of your tour package price .   

As Komodo and Flores attracts more and more visitors from all over the world year by year, the Komodo National Park fees increase as well from year to year, especially for foreigners.


An overview of Komodo National Park fees of the year 2023 and entrance fees on Flores can be found below:  

National Parks in Flores and Komodo valid for 2023

Komodo National Park
Kelimutu National Park
Seventeen Islands National Park

 

Nature Conservation Areas in Flores

Eastern Hills of Labuan Bajo
Mbeliling in West Manggarai
Lake Ranamese Manggarai

Komodo National Park

Foreigner Tarif of the period April to December 2023 (as of 22nd of June 2023)

Entrance Ticket National Park (working days Monday to Saturday):   150,000 rp (10 USD) per person 
Entrance Ticket National Park (Sunday and nat. holidays)   225,000 rp (15 USD) per person
Area restribution fee for recreation and sports Rinca:   50,000 rp (3.50USD) per person
Area restribution fee for recreation and sports Komodo:   50,000 rp (3.50 USD) per person
Ticket Padar:   100,000 rp (7 USD) per person
Ticket Komodo:   100,000 rp (7 USD) per person
Ticket Rinca:   100,000 rp (7 USD) per person
Ranger fee Rinca or Komodo short hike (ca. 30 minutes) (announced 400.000 rp p.p):   120,000 rp (8 USD) per group of 5
Ranger fee Rinca or Komodo medium hike (ca. 1 hour): (announced 425.000 rp p.p):   120,000 rp (8 USD) per group of 5
Ranger fee Rinca or Komodo long hike (ca. 1.5 to 2 hours) (announced 450.000 rp p.p):   150,000 rp (10 USD) per group of 5
Ranger fee Komodo short hike (ca. 30 minutes) Monday to Saturday:
announced but not yet valid
  1,130,000 rp (76 USD) per person
Ranger fee Komodo short hike (ca. 30 minutes) Sunday and public holidays announced but not yet valid   1,205,000 rp (82 USD) per person
Ranger fee Komodo medium hike (ca. 1 hour) Monday to Saturday
announced but not yet valid
:
  1,155,000 rp (78 USD) per person
Ranger fee Komodo medium hike (ca. 1 hour) Sunday and public holidays
announced but not yet valid
  1,230,000 rp (83 USD) per person
Ranger fee Komodo long hike (ca. 1.5 to 2 hours) Monday to Saturday:
announced but not yet valid
  1,180,000 rp (80 USD) per person
Ranger fee Komodo long hike (ca. 1.5 to 2 hours) Sunday and public holidays:
announced but not yet valid
  1,255,000 rp (85 USD) per person
Hiking fee Rinca:   5,000 rp (0.30 USD) per person
Hiking fee Komodo:   5,000 rp (0.30 USD) per person
Wildlife observation fee Rinca:   10,000 rp (0.7 USD) per person
Wildlife observation fee Komodo:   10,000 rp (0.7 USD) per person
Canoeing fee:   25,000 rp (2 USD) per person
Diving fee:   not yet known
Snorkeling fee:   15,000 rp (1 USD) per person
Kanawa Island fee:   100,000 rp (7 USD) per boat
Boat Parking fee Rinca:   150,000 rp per boat (10 USD)
Boat Parking fee Kanawa:   150,000 rp per boat (10 USD)

All above tickets are valid for 1 day only .
Fees are payable directly to the National Park authorities. No children or KITAS/KITAP holder discount.
Fees are subject to change without prior notice. All information without any guarantee.

Komodo National Park

Indonesiain Citizen Tarif of the period April to December 2023 (as of 22nd of June 2023)

Entrance Ticket National Park (working days Monday to Saturday):   5.000 rp per person 
Entrance Ticket National Park (Sunday and nat. holidays)   7.500 rp per person
Area restribution fee for recreation and sports Rinca:   20.000 rp per person
Area restribution for recreation and sports Komodo:   20.000 rp per person
Ranger fee Padar:   250.000 rp per person
Ticket Komodo:   50,000 rp per person
Ticket Rinca:   50.000 rp per person
Ranger fee Rinca short hike (ca. 30 minutes) announced 250.000 rp p.p.:   120.000 rp per group of 5
Ranger fee Rinca medium hike (ca. 1 hour) announced 275.000 rp p.p.:   120.000 rp per group of 5
Ranger fee Rinca long hike (ca. 1.5 to 2 hours) announced 300.000 rp p.p.:   120.000 rp per group of 5
Ranger fee Komodo short hike (ca. 30 minutes) Monday to Saturday:
announced 605.000 rp per person
  120.000 rp per group of 5
Ranger fee Komodo short hike (ca. 30 minutes) Sunday and public holidays:
announced 607.500 rp per person
  120.000 rp per group of 5
Ranger fee Komodo medium hike (ca. 1 hour) Monday to Saturdays:
announced 630.000 rp per person
  120.000 rp per group of 5
Ranger fee Komodo medium hike (ca. 1 hour) Sunday and public holidays:
announced 632.500 rp per person
  120.000 rp per group of 5
Ranger fee Komodo long hike (ca. 1.5 to 2 hours) Monday to Saturday:
announced 655.000 rp per person
  120.000 rp per group of 5
Ranger fee Komodo long hike (ca. 1.5 to 2 hours) Sunday and public holidays:
announced 657.500 rp per person
  120.000 rp per group of 5
Hiking fee Rinca:   5.000 rp per person
Hiking fee Komodo:   5.000 rp per person
Wildlife observation fee Rinca:   10.000 rp per person
Wildlife observation fee Komodo:   10.000 rp per person
Canoeing fee:   25.000 rp per person
Diving fee:   not yet known
Snorkeling fee:   15.000 rp per person
Kanawa Island fee:   100.00 rp per boat
Boat Parking fee Rinca:   150.000 rp per boat
Boat Parking fee Kanawa:   150.000 rp per boat

All above tickets are valid for 1 day only .
Fees are payable directly to the National Park authorities. No children or KITAS/KITAP holder discount.
Fees are subject to change without prior notice. All information without any guarantee.


Kelimutu National Park fee

Foreigner Tarif

Entrance Ticket 150,000 rp (11 USD) per person and day
Entrance Ticket 225,000 rp (16 USD) per person and day sundays and National Holidays
Car Parking 10,000 rp (1 USD) per car
Bus Parking 50,000 rp (5 USD) per bus

Fees are subject to change without further notice


Seventeen Island National Park fee

Foreigner Tarif

Entrance Ticket 150,000 rp (11 USD) per person and day
Entrance Ticket 225,000 rp (16 USD) per person and day sundays and National Holidays
Car Parking 10,000 rp (0.7 USD) per car
Bus Parking 50,000 rp (4.3 USD) per bus

Fees are subject to change without further notice


Entrance fees for tourist attractions on Flores 

Cunca Wulang Canyon

Entrance Ticket 130,000 rp (9 USD) per person and day

Fees are subject to change without further notice


Cunca Rami Waterfall

Entrance Ticket 50,000 rp (3.30 USD) per person and day
local guide (mendatory) 50,000 to 100,000 rp per group

Fees are subject to change without further notice


Batu Cermin Cave Labuan Bajo

Entrance Ticket 50,000 rp (3.30 USD) per person and day

Fees are subject to change without further notice


Bena Traditional Village

Entrance Ticket 50,000 rp (3.30 USD) per person
Parking fee 10,000 rp

Fees are subject to change without further notice


Soa Hot Springs

Entrance Ticket 20,000 rp (1.60 USD) per person
Parking fee 10,000 rp

Fees are subject to change without further notice


Other Places

At other places you might be asked for a donation.
In some remote regions you will need to pay a toll on the road section that passes through the land of a private owner, especially before you enter a popular beach 

All information and prices without any guarantee and subject to change.

This is just a small sample of the National Park Fee list.
The exact price list for other activities or commercial concerns has to be requested directly at National Park office.

 

Tags: Flores, travel hints Flores, Komodo, Komodo National Park

6 thoughts on “Komodo National Park Fee 2023”

  1. Friday, 24 July 2020 15:55

    Thank you for the info, all your prices are correct and up to date. However on Rinca Island, I paid the above ticket prices: entrance ticket, tourist tax, hiking and wildlife observation fee and ranger fee. But then right next to the ticket office I had to pay an extra 100.000 separately. Just wandering what this is for? ( Kabupaten Manggarai Barat Dinas pariwisata dan kebudayaan. Karcis retribusi tempat rekreasi dan olahraga) just seems like there’s always something new to pay for ????. Thanks for the help!

    1. Friday, 24 July 2020 15:56

      Unfortunately from time to time one is not tired of inventing new tickets in Indonesia. "Karcis retribusi tempat rekreasi dan olahraga" means "retribution ticket for the place of recreation and sports"

  2. Friday, 24 July 2020 16:00

    Hey there, I was wondering if you know anything about filming permit charges and fees attached to it. Please do let me know if you have any idea about it. It would be of great help :)
    Thanks

    1. Friday, 24 July 2020 16:01

      We have no idea about the current National Park fees for filming. If you want to make commercial video clips or documentations, you also need a permit from Jakarta, where the headquarter of the Indonesian National Parks is located. You can find more information at https://filmingindonesia.co... . It seems to be a very complicated procedure. From our experience it is easier to ask directly at the office of the Komodo National Park in Labuan Bajo when you are in Labuan Bajo. They will help to get the permit from Jakarta. But you have to bring some time and maybe you need also a special visa for commercial shoots.

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