Flores & Komodo
Located on a few islands away from Bali, Flores remains a land lost in time. It is the Jurassic Park of Indonesia, or as the locals call it ‘Land of the Dragons’, where our modern day dinosaurs, the Komodo dragon, the largest living lizard on the planet breathes, lives and roams the ground freely.
Fly from Bali or Lombok to Labuan Bajo, a small traditional fishing town acting as the gateway to Komodo. Hop on a boat tour and sail to the Komodo archipelagos, consisting of 3 main islands : Komodo, Rinca and Padar, alongside its famous Pink Beach, which literally has pink colored sand.
Visit Komodo National Park and take a guided tour around the island to get face to face with a Komodo dragon in their natural habitat!
The waters around Komodo archipelago boast some of the world’s most diverse sealife, making it to the top of the bucket list for snorkeling and diving aficionados from around the world.
Head west and discover Wae Rebo, a breathtaking compound of 7 traditional circular cone shaped houses located 1200 metres above the sea, where its rich culture and tradition dates back nearly 20 generations. For those seeking adventure, you might want to climb the sacred Mount Kelimutu, blessed with its trio of crater lakes full of vibrant colored water that looked like it came straight out of a postcard.
If you are an Indiana Jones type of traveler, this is the perfect destination for you.
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