Another stop in Flores, Indonesia, most tourists willing to travel to Labuanbajo to see Komodo dragons in the wild only go to Komodo Island. Nearby Rinca Island has even more Komodo dragons, yet receives far less traffic than the more-famous Komodo Island. The lack of human presence greatly increases your chance of seeing the dragons and other wildlife in their native habitats.
Rinca Island remains wild; an abundance of wildlife - most of which serves as food for the dragons - calls Rinca home. Both Rinca and Komodo are part of the Komodo National Park, but you can avoid the tour groups by visiting the smaller of the two islands.