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Rinca Island (pronounced ’rin-cha) is one of the westernmost islands in East Nusa Tenggara Province of Indonesia. Komodo Island lies immediately to the west, and the large island Flores to the east. Rinca, Komodo and Padar are the main islands of Komodo National Park. The Park is famous for its dive sites and the Komodo Dragon, drawing thousands of visitors annually. There are three trekking tracks (half hour to two hours) on Rinca that begin at Loh Buaya. The longer treks offer a good chance to see the giant lizards and their prey (wild pigs), as well as great views to sea.

Rinca is a habitat of the Komodo monitor, a gigantic species of lizard that grows to 3 m in length. It is found on the islands of Komodo, Rinca, Flores, and Gili Motang. As a result of their size, these carnivorous lizards dominate the ecosystems in which they live, group hunting and ambushing prey. They occasionally attract humans. (In 2008, a group of five scuba divers were stranded on the beach of Rinca, and were attacked by Komodo dragons. After two days, the divers' ordeal ended when they were picked up by an Indonesian rescue boat)

Other wild life on the island include deer, buffalo and birds. Visitors are invited to ‘buy’ mangrove plants to improve the ecosystem. Each plant has the name of the donor attached, and viewable at future visits. Visitors are also reminded to bring drinking water. Avoid agitating the lizards, and be guided by the ranger. From May to September they remain in their nests and are less observed. It is noted that the dragons on Rinca and more aggressive than those on Komodo Island, yet more easily observed.

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