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Flores and Komodo; Nature, Culture,Tribes and Dragons

Flores Destination, Indonesia
12 Days

Flores Komodo Nature,Culture,Tribes and Dragons

Flores Komodo Nature,Culture,Tribes and Dragons, Adventure tour program,learn the way of life and sharing experience with the locals
March - December


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Flores Komodo Nature, Culture, Tribes, and Dragons
Duration: 12 Days Program
Price: USD 1.900 per person.
Based on an individual private tour, min. 2 people in double or twin room.


Flores tribes from the east in Lamoholot tribes to the west, Manggarai tribes
Lake Kelimutu is one of Indonesia’s most mysterious and dramatic sights
White sandy beaches
Traditional villages
Komodo dragon

Day 1. Denpasar – Maumere (-/-/D)
Arrive at Frans Seda Airport, Maumere. Meeting service with our guide then transfers to Sea world club hotel. Free Program. Dinner and Overnight.

Day 2. Maumere – Larantuka (B/L/D)
Depart from the hotel and drive to Larantuka, the capital of East Flores. This coastal town used to be a naval base for trade and a central point for colonial and clerical activities in East Indonesia. Nowadays, Larantuka is still an important connecting port to the neighboring islands and the center of economic activities of East Flores, attracting many people from the surrounding villages to make a living in the town. On the way, you will stop at Boru Village where you can see the volcano called Mount Lewotobi as well as a coffee plantation in Hokeng. A stop at Titehena will give you a beautiful panorama of Konga Bay and Lewotobi. Have dinner and stay overnight in Asa Hotel Larantuka.

Day 3. Larantuka – Maumere (B/L/D)
Visiting Meting Doeng Beach in the morning, followed by the Larantuka city tour to visit Reinha Rosary Catholic cathedrals built in Portuguese style, the harbor, and local market. Return to Maumere at noon. Have dinner and stay overnight in Sea world club Hotel Maumere.

Day 4. Maumere – Moni (B/L/D)
After breakfast, depart from the hotel to visit Ledalero Museum located on the outskirts of Maumere. The museum has an interesting collection of ethnological objects from the region.  Ledalero is named after a major Catholic seminary that produces many Florenese priests.  Continue to Sikka Village, a district very famous for its traditional ikat weaving using organic dyes. Enjoy the serenity of Paga Beach, before going on a leisurely trek to Jopu and Ranggase villages in the afternoon. Stay overnight in Kelimutu Eco Lodge Moni.

Day 5. Moni – Kelimutu – Ende – Riung (B/L/D)
Depart before sunrise (4.30am) from the hotel to admire Kelimutu lakes. This tri-colored crater lake is one of Indonesia’s most mysterious and dramatic sights. The view is simply spectacular and unique with its three lakes that have been constantly changing colors since the eruption of Mount Iya in Ende in 1969. Afterward, return to the hotel for breakfast and continue on to Ende. Stop by at Nangapanda or the blue pebble beach. Have dinner and stay overnight in Pondok SVD Riung.

Day 6. Riung Marine Park (B/L/D)
Enjoy island hopping around Riung 17 Islands – a chain of large and small islands called Pau, Borong, Ontoloe, Dua, Kolong, Lainjawa, Besar, Halima, Patta, Rutong, Meja, Bampa (Tampa or Tembang island), Tiga (Panjang), Tembaga, Taor, Sui, and Wire. All islands are uninhabited and their coastlines are pure white sand beaches. Watch flying foxes at Ontoloe Island; swim, snorkel, and relax on the white sand beach, enjoying the peacefulness of Tiga and Rutong Islands. Stay overnight in Pondok SVD Riung.

Day 7. Riung – Bajawa  (B/L/D)
Drive up to Bajawa, a small town located 1200m above sea level, and indulge your senses with wonderful scenery along the way. Take a warm bath at the hot springs in Soa, before going on the Bajawa city tour in the afternoon. Stay overnight in Happy-happy Hotel or Sanian Bajawa.

Day 8. Bajawa – Ruteng. (B/L/D)
In the morning, visit Bena village – an ancient Ngadanese village that takes 1.5 hours by car to reach from Bajawa. Appreciate the unique way of life, the traditional houses, and the ceremonies that are steeped in a long-preserved tradition. Drive to Aimere, famous for its arak – the local palm wine distillation – and trek along the rainforest trail of Ranamese’s crater lake. Dinner at a local restaurant, overnight in Ara Garden Inn or similar

Day 9. Ruteng and its Surrounding Areas (B/L/D)
In the morning, drive to Tengkulese Waterfall in the northern part of Ruteng. The two-tiered waterfall – also referred to as Cunca Lega (Cunca means ‘waterfall’ in Manggaraian) is named after the nearby village. The one hour trek to the waterfall is set around a lush forest and rice terraces. You can also swim here. Return to Ruteng and in the afternoon, and visit Liang Bua, an archaeological cave where the Homo floresiensis was founded by Indonesian and Australian archaeologists. Dinner at a local restaurant, overnight in Ara Garden inn, Ruteng or similar

Day 10. Ruteng – Labuan Bajo – Rinca (B/L/D)
Depart from the hotel to Golo Curu, a hill where you can admire the scenic view of Ruteng and its famous rice terraces to the north. Then visit Ruteng Pu’u traditional houses of Manggarai tribes. Continue to Cancar to see the unique Lingko, circular rice fields arranged like a spider web. Drive directly to Labuan Bajo to sail to Rinca Island. Overnight on the boat.

Day 11. Rinca – Komodo Island – Labuan Bajo (B/L/D)
Go on a morning trek in Rinca to see Komodo dragons in the wild, then continue to Komodo Island where you go on another trek for a couple of hours. Sail on to Pink Beach for a relaxing swim and snorkel before sailing back to Labuan Bajo. Stay overnight in Puri Sari Beach Hotel Labuanbajo.

Day 12. Labuan Bajo – Denpasar (B/-/-)
After breakfast, go on a morning visit to Batu Cermin before departing to the next destination.

Services included:

Hotel Accommodation
Air condition car during tours and Transfer
Private cabin boat with a fan to Komodo and local boat  to visit Riung Marine Park
English speaking guide
Meals (B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner)
Entrance fee/donation as per itinerary
Drink water


Services do not include:

Domestic Flights
Travel insurance
Personal expenses
Tips and gratuities



The dress is casual. Clothing should be light, preferably cotton with at least one long sleeved shirt and pants. Bathing suit, thongs or sandals, and sneakers or walking boots, lots of film, camera, replacement batteries, and spares. Bring one light sweater or jacket as it can get cool in the highlands. Also bring sunscreen, insect repellent, sunglasses, sunhat, swimmers

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