Komodo Trip: Visiting the Ancient World?

Komodo Trip Visiting the Ancient World
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Have you ever think that you can actually travel to the land before time? At this Komodo trip, you can. This is not a trip to movie set or whatsoever, but to actual place in the corner of the earth where the jagged lands is covered with golden savannah meadow and dotted with high palm trees. Everything in these mini archipelago let out prehistoric vibes. And that includes the endemic ancient Komodo dragons that has been roaming these islands since 4 million years ago, well before human arrived. 

From ancient dragons to stone age traditions, here’s how trip to Komodo brings you back to the age before time. 

Komodo Trip: Visiting the Last Dragons in the Lost World

Komodo Trip Visiting the Last Dragons in the Lost World
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Not to exaggerate or anything, but the landscape of Flores itself resembles a set of the Lost World films. Totally separated from the external world, just reachable by the ocean, with scene celebration that is still entirely unadulterated from the hands of current mass turn of events. While the terrain Flores is ruled with rainforests and fog covered mountains, the islets on Komodo National Park are overflowing with undulating savannah slopes and spiked, terminated volcanoes that just blasted out from the blue sea. Exactly when you were astonished by Komodo’s stunning magnificence, you will before long understand that everything was a simple foundation, however brilliantly amazing. See, this is just barely the start of Komodo excursion to the lost world. 

Inside two of the National Park’s greatest islands, the Komodo and Rinca, wanders the greatest dragons on earth. Additionally being the last species to endure. These goliath reptile is a genuine strolling fossils. They are immediate relatives of megalania, a types of goliath screen reptile that used to wander the world on Pleistocene period. The Komodo probably won’t be a dinosaur—as individuals frequently might suspect—however they are similarly as more established. Also, their million years venture proceeds until the current day. 

Komodo Trip outside the Komodo: to the Megalithic Tribes 

Until as of late, Flores was exceptionally difficult to be infiltrated. On account of the rough and troublesome territory, Flores’ indigenous clans could safeguard their antiquated culture with no cutting edge intercession. Two significant standard religion—Catholic and Islam—spread by Bugis moslem sailors and evangelists, however their conviction to genealogical soul are still profoundly rehearsed comparable to the “official” religion. 

Clans from the Age of Stone

Bena Village, Hidden in the Shadow of Mountain
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Flores has various antiquated clans who still carefully hold fast to gigantic convictions. The Ngada clans, who live somewhere down in the valley of precipitous Bajawa locale, accepts that the progenitor soul remain on the town square, long after their demises. Your Komodo trip to this district may stun you of how massive customs—that you may just observed on Disneys and motion pictures—are a lot of alive. Female soul are spoken to by the little hovels, while the guys are spoken to on ngadhu stone columns. At whatever point an untimely life fall, the dark blood of wild ox would be spilled to pacify the malevolent soul that cause the passings. 

Bena Village, Hidden in the Shadow of Mountain

Ngada Clans from the Age of Stone
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The Bena Village, another Flores’ massive clans, sets under the shadow of a volcanic mountain. Residents stay in high covered rooftop houses that sits in two columns—most are enhanced with various bison skulls, an image for abundance and force. The one with most bison skulls are effectively perceived as the most compelling individual on the town. In the town stands a massive entombment site, where the clan interfaces with the heavenly domain and speak with predecessors. 

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Wae Rebo Village in the Cloud Town

Wae Rebo Village in the Cloud Town
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Disengaged in fog covered top of mountain is the Wae Rebo town, made striking by their huge cone-formed houses. Numerous voyagers make the remote town as the end excursion of their Komodo trip, an ideal spot for last reflection prior to returning to the buzzing about of the world. Was Rebo is the last town to keep up Manggarai’s customary cone shaped houses, that in any case will has for some time been totally wiped out. 

Is it accurate to say that you are prepared to find the old, since quite a while ago failed to remember world with awe-inspiring Komodo trip?