Ranamese lake, East Manggarai Regency

Ranamese lake, East Manggarai Regency, Flores island Ranamese Lake is a mountainous natural reserve in East Manggarai regency, Flores island. the lake is  impresses with its dense forests and a 21-meter-deep crater lake at an altitude of 1220m. this place is ideal for those who want to explore the Flores highlands by trekking and also […]

Oehala waterfall,Soe,West Timor

Oehala waterfall, West Timor island, Indonesia Oehala Waterfall located near Soe, in West Timor island, East Nusa Tenggara. This is a beautiful forest with stages waterfall. It is one of the best place muss be visited in West Timor island. Visitors can take a shower in the natural pool and enjoying beautiful scenery around the […]

Rana Tonjong Lake, Pota, East Manggarai

Rana Tonjong Lake which is the second biggest lotus lake(Victoria Amazonica) in the world after similar lake in India. In Manggarai language, ‘Rana’ means lake and ‘Tonjong’ means lotus. Lotus flower has pink color which blooms beautifully. This plant only grows on the water and has around 5 until 10 centimeter round-shape leaf. The uniqueness […]

Cunca Rede Waterfall

Cunca Rede Waterfall Located in Kampung Ntaur, Sano Lokom village, Rana Mese Subdistrict, East Manggarai Regency, Flores island. can be reach by four wheel drive or truck from Paka village at Trans Flores highway near Borong, passed the bumpy road for more than 1 hour to Ntaur and trekking for 10 minutes to the waterfall […]

Bena village, Ngada – Flores – Indonesia

Bena village, Ngada – Flores – Indonesia Located 17 km from the town of Bajawa, the villagers still faithfully follow megalithic traditions, where sincere friendliness to strangers comes from the heart, where all around  the village you will see vestiges of an age long gone when large stone monuments to ancestors were an inseparable part of […]

Takpala village, Alor island

Takpala village is one of the well preserved traditional villages of Abui tribe in Alor. It is located approximately 1 hour from Kalabahi city. Abui ethnic group are the largest ethnic group in Alor Regency. They also used to be called Tak Abui means “big mountain”. These local inhabitants still strictly practice the tradition and […]

Boti Village, West Timor

Boti Village, West Timor Located in West Timor island, about  50 kilometers from Soe, Boti is most famous traditional village, known for its unique “independence.” Under a succession of self-styled rajas, the hilltop community has kept the outside world at bay, rejecting first Dutch colonialists and Protestant missionaries, and later the Indonesian state with its […]

Prailiu Village – Sumba island, Indonesia

Prailiu Village – Sumba island, Indonesia Prailiu is one of the many traditional and exotic villages in Sumba. It is located in a suburb area of Waingapu, the capital city of East Sumba District about two kilometers away from the city center.  Despite rapid development, traditional tall houses with sharp leaf roofs are still apparent […]

Wologai village, Ende, Flores island

Wologai village, Ende, Flores island Wologai is one of the few villages in the Ende district with well-maintained houses built in the traditional Lionese architectural style. Throughout the year, there are several ceremonies held in these beautiful buildings. During a big harvest ceremony that usually takes place in August, Wologai people from abroad reunite in […]

Kelimutu crater lakes, Ende,Flores island

Kelimutu crater lakes, Ende, Flores island Mount Kelimutu, with its three-colored crater lakes, is probably the most amazing natural phenomenon in Flores. Beyond that, the ‘steaming mountain’ is also the island’s most famous tempat angker, or mystical, haunted place. Scientific explanations aside, there are many myths about the origin of Kelimutu. This is one of […]