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Komodo National Park fees 2023 remain the same

komodo national park signFortunately the Komodo National Park fees of the year 2023 remain the same as in 2022. So a trip to Flores can still be planned and organised. The fees you can 

Originally it was planned to raise the fees drastically on August 1st 2022. The new fee should be 3.750.000 IDR apprx. 265 USD per person. The ticket should be valid for one year and is not transferable to other people. Visitors should be limited to 200.000 persons per year.
But the government finally decided on the 3rd of August 2022 not to increase the prices.   

 

Update: As on August 3rd 2022 the Indonesian government has revoked the increase of the Komodo Ntional Park fees. All will remain the same as beore August 2022.

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The new fee will be 3.750.000 IDR apprx. 265 USD per person. The ticket is valid for one year. The ticket is not transferable to other people.

Visitors are limited to 200.000 persons per year

 

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