Komodo Tour 3D, 2N
Komodo Tour 4D, 3N
Komodo Flores Tour 8D, 7N
Komodo Flores Tour, 6D
Flores Maumere Tour, 4D
Flores Tour 5D, 4N
Sumba Pasola Festival,
Sumba Tour 6D, 5N
Sumba Tour 7D, 6N
Sumba Ikat Tour, 6D/5N
Sumba Textile and Village Tour, 8D
Located at East Nusa Tenggara Province which consist over 550 islands, Flores is one of three main islands beside Sumba and Timor. Flores is a Pourtuguese name which means “flower”, and ideally described the beauty of this place. It has strong ethnic touch with typical tribal work of civilization, more people still influenced by the animistic beliefs. Flores also is crowded with volcanoes and mountains, dividing it into several regions with distinct languages and traditions.
Flores environment is highly varied and boasts to a wide range of landscapes and traditions. Mount Kelimutu near Moni offer distinctly colored crater lakes with awesome vistas, especially at sunrise. The famous blue stones of Ende, found at the nearby beach. Nature Conservation Park in Riung which mainly to protect the underwater ecosystem, an island with unspoiled mangrove forests inhabited by thousands of huge fruit eating bats. Wae Rebo, an old Manggaraian village, is worth to visit. Located in isolated mountain scenery, this village offers visitors a unique opportunity to see authentic Manggarai houses and to experience the everyday life of the local community. Cara where we can witness Lingko - the spider web shaped rice fields. Komodo National park, mainly the islands Komodo and Rinca as home of the largest lizard in the world: the Komodo dragon. And many more, so get ready to be amazed.
Your Komodo Dragon trip will be started from Labuan Bajo Airport, about 1 hour and 40 minutes by plane from Bali. Then board your boat to get Komodo National park on your arrival day or the next day, depend on your flight arrival and the chosen program. Komodo National Park consists of three main islands: the Komodo, Rinca and Padar as the largest ones along with many other smaller islands. We will only visit 2 main islands Rinca and Komodo to encounter the Komodo Dragon and some tiny islands neighbor for relaxing.
Spending an adventurous night on the boat with morning or afternoon spectacular snorkeling and diving around the Komodo National Park might be your unforgettable moments. As one of the best underwater biodiversity, Komodo National park offer rich variety of biodiversity, especially for seeing soft corals. Some of the beaches nearby have beautiful pink sand, tinted by fragments of red coral mixed in with other shell and coral fragments. It’s simply the hidden paradise that you won’t to be forgotten!
The island of Sumba has a number luxurious, well frequented resorts. The Nihiwatu Resort, for example, describes itself as “the ultimate in privacy, exclusivity, views and romance”. Additionally there is the Sumba Nautil Resort both in the south west of Sumba, another favourite with surfers.
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February is not a good month to visit Komodo Island due to the high rainfall which make this trip is dangerous because of the big wave, therefore we do not recommend you to visit this place on February. April is the good month to do this trip.
Make sure that you bring along anti-mosquito lotions and anti-malaria
medicines. Bring along also
sunblock lotions, a hat, and sunglasses, as it can be very hot here
during the dry season. You can buy these at the supermarket in town or
from your hotel shop.
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