Explore the Inspiring & Charming People of Lesser Sunda

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Day 1: Denpasar – Ende – Moni (D)

Arrival at Ende Airport, meeting with our guide and transfer to Moni. Dinner and overnight at Kelimutu Moni eco lodge.

Day 2: Moni – Kelimutu – Ende – Riung (B/L/D)

Depart in the early morning at 4 am from your hotel, drive to mount Kelimutu, with its three colored crater lakes, is probably the most amazing natural phenomenon in Nusa Tenggara. The color has dramatic changed in the last), on the way back to the hotel you will stop on the rice terraces, after breakfast at Hotel continue drive to Ende with some stop on the way. Lunch 20 years, now it has turquoise, blue and dark green. In the morning it has the best opportunities to enjoy sunrise (if the weather permitted in Ende, afternoon en route to Riung visit the blue pebbles beach in Nangapanda. Dinner and overnnight at Pondok SVD Riung.

Day 3: Riung Marine Park – Bajawa (B/L/D)

Halfday of relaxing by doing boat tour to explore Riung Marine Park, your visit first Ontoloe island, island of the bats, then continue to Rutong island and small island surrounding. Relaxing, swimming and snorkeling on white sandy beaches at Rutong and Pulau Tiga beach. Lunch will be provided. Afternoon back to Riung, and drive to Bajawa, on the way taking bath at natural hot spring in Soa, Dinner at local Restaurant and overnight at Sanian Hotel Bajawa.

Day 4: Bajawa – Ruteng (B/L/D)

Morning visit Bena village, is the most famous and also most visited in the Ngada district. With its impressive stone formations and ancestral shrines, as well as traditional houses, Bena has turn into a signpost for Ngada culture. Then continue to Aimere with its ‘Arak’ distillation and palm wine fresh used tapp, luunch in Borong, on the way to Ruteng, you can visit Ranamese lake in the cloud forest. Dinner and overnight at Sindha Hotel Ruteng.

Day 5: Ruteng – Labuan Bajo – Rinca (B/L/D)

Departure from your hotel, visit to  Cancar to see the unique Lingko ricefield, circular terraces arranged like a spider web and drive to Labuan Bajo, cross by boat to Rinca island. Up on arrival in in Rinca island welcomed by the Local ranger to take you for trekking to see Komodo dragon and other wild animals.  Dinner and overnight on boat at Kalong Island.

Day 6: Rinca –Komodo Island–Labuan Bajo (B/L/D

Morning take another trecking in Komodo Island to see the Komodo dragon and other wild animals, the continued trip to Pink beach   for swimming and snorkeling. afterward boat ride to Manta point for another snorkeling to see Manta. before sail back to Labuan Bajo.  Dinner and overnight at La Prima Hotel Labuan Bajo.

Day 7: Labuan Bajo – Denpasar (B)

After breakfast, a morning visit to Batu Cermin cave before taking you to the airport for flight to Denpasar.

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  • accommodations
  • Meals during the trip
  • car
  • entrance fee donation
  • masker and fins for snorkeling
  • English speaking guide

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  • Domestic flights
  • Porter fee
  • personal expenses and Tipping


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  • Sweater/jacket
  • Sun screen
  • trecking shoes
  • Hat
  • maskers
  • and fins for snorkeling
  • towel and swimming suite



Flores, one of the Lesser Sunda Islands in Nusa Tenggara Timur (East Nusa Tenggara) provinsi (province), Indonesia. The last major island in the chain, which extends eastward from Java, it is long and narrow, 5,500 square miles (14,250 square km) in area, and has numerous inlets and bays. The island’s name is derived from the Portuguese designation for the island’s eastern Cape Kopondai—Cabo de Flores (“Cape of Flowers”)—named for the flamboyants (Poinciana regia) found in profusion there. Flores is largely mountainous, especially in the west, where Mandasawu Peak reaches 7,900 feet (2,400 metres). Several active volcanoes are in the centre and east. Near Ende, historically the main city and once a mission centre, is Mount Kelimutu, the “mountain of the three coloured lakes.” In May 1974 a volcanic eruption on nearby Mount Iya caused one of the lakes—the blue-white one—to change to a reddish colour, similar to the other two. The island’s interior has been little explored. The rivers are unnavigable. Most of the vegetation consists of either tropical deciduous forest or savanna, and the western end was formerly a haunt of a giant lizard.