Explore the Inspiring & Charming peoole of Lesser Sunda

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Day 1: Denpasar – Ende – Moni (D)

Arrival at Ende Airport, meeting with our guide.you will drive into the mountains through valleys and forested areas, past villages with rice fields stoping at the market. During these drivers,you can stop the driver anytime for the photo stops. Late  afternoon you will arrive at Moni and direct check in at Kelimutu Eco lodge. Dinner and overnight at Kelimutu Moni Eco lodge.

Day 2: Moni – Kelimutu – Ende – bajawa (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. Last 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 Bajawa,During the jouney you will be passed through the very interesting strong agriculture were locals growing most economical value crops such as vanilla, candle nuts, cacao, white pepper, and others various kind of plantation. Arriving in Bajawa and direct tranfer to SANIAN HOTEL.

Day 3:Bajawa – Belaragi village (B/L/D)

After breakfast your journey continues to visit Bena Village to explore the traditional village of Bajawa tribes are megalithic villages,where people preserve their ancestral spirits believed and way of life which can be seen in their ’ NGADU and BHAGA’ –conical thatched roof huts symbolized their male and fame house ancestral spirits. On the way you will stop on the slope of Inerie active volcano for photo stop.Lunch in Bajawa .afternoon  driving heading to AIMERE through the winding road toward coastal and the junction of Keligejo village then onto Pauleni village.upon approach  the Belaragi village your blisters will immediately dissapears when Belaragi reveals itself in front of you like an old hiden but precious treasure out of the world. The sixteen Ngada architectural style on the regular basis traditional houses stand tidily in two parallel rows in a secluded forest clearing, exuding nature harmony. Five of sixteen houses are so called “ Sao Pu’u, first or original houses.which are indicated by a miniature house on the roof; the others five distinct buildings are Sao Lobo’’ last houses” which feature a miniature human figure on the roof. Check in at one of the local village house for your accomodation.

Day 4: Belaragi village– Ruteng (B/L/D)

Breakfast at you village house- pleasant morning enjoy the atmosphere of the village and surrounding browse arround and migle with the villagers  experience daily life until time to leave the village and drive down the hills.continue to Ruteng  with en route sightseing visit  Aimere, Mano ,Ranamese lake and Liang Bua cave where the anthropology discover  Flores Man  “ HOMO FLORENSIES.” Late afternoon check in at  SMBC HOTEL  or similar

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

Departure from your hotel, visit to Golo Curu hill where you can have a very nice view and Ruteng and rice terraces onn the northen side. Then 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. Dinner and overnight on the boat.

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

Morning take a 2 hours trecking in Rinca to see the Komodo dragon and other wild animals, the continued trip to Komodo Island where you make 1 ½ trecking again. At Pink beach you have time for swimming and snorkeling 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.