Who hasn’t dreamed of seeing an (imaginary, huge, fire-breathing animal) at least once in their life? The komodos of Indonesia is no imaginary creatures, however, they are strong (and scary)and deadly animals. Komodo National Park, a UNESCO World History site, includes five main islands and some smaller ones, as well as the surrounding marine areas. The waters off these islands are some of the richest and most (many different kinds of people or things) in the world. The Komodo (imaginary, huge, fire-breathing animals) are the stars of the show on any visit to the park, but visitors can also hike, snorkel, go (traveling by a small, light boat), or visit small villages on the islands. Visitors must arrive by boat, and there is an entrance fee plus added/more costs for transportation, guide services, and other activities.