Category: Flores island

Liang Bua Cave at Ruteng, Manggarai, Flores

“Liang Bua” which means “cold cave” is an archaeological site thought to be formed around 190,000 years ago. It is located at north side of Ruteng, capital of Manggarai Regency. On 2003, fossil of...

Batu Cermin Cave

Batu cermin (meaning: mirror rock) is a natural cave that have a crystal like walls that reflects lights when hit by a light. Fossils of coral reefs, fishes and turtles on this cave’s walls...

Labuan Bajo – How to get there

Labuan Bajo can be access by land, sea and air. By air Transnusa air: –          Denpasar (Bali)-Labuan Bajo (and return); ± 1.5 hours: daily –          Kupang-Labuan Bajo (and return); ± 1.5 hours: Mon, Wed...

Ende/Kelimutu – How to get there

By flight: Denpasar-Bima-Ende or Kupang-Ende By travel shuttle car from Ruteng (around 7 hour): Ruteng-Bajawa-Ende or Mauemere-Ende. By bus from Jakarta: Jakarta-Bima-Sape-Labuan Bajo-Ende. By sea: Denpasar-Waingapu-Ende or Labuan Bajo-Waingapu-Ende.

Pink beach & Red beach

Pink Beach and Red Beach at Komodo Island is one of the most interesting tourism objects in Komodo National Park. It gains its name by its pink color sand beach that formed from coral...

Komodo National Park

Komodo National Park is located at western side of the Flores Island. The National Park was established in 1980. It is then declared as a Man and Biosphere Reserve in 1986 and as World...

Diving in Komodo and Rinca

Komodo is one of the best diving sites in Indonesia (second best after Raja Ampat, Papua by National Geographic Traveler Indonesia). Its ocean current is one of the fast ocean current in the world....