Komodo, one of the thousands of islands in Indonesia, is a popular destination in Southeast Asia. Intensive tourism activities have negatively affected the nature of the island over the years. For the environmental rehabilitation of the island, the Tourism Agency of East Nusa Tenggara decided to close the island for tourists in 2020. They’re going to pay more than $7.000.000 to improve the wild life of the island. Thus, a one-year development process will be completed for the famous dragons of the island as well as for the ecological balance on the island.