Flores Tour, Flores island may not be as famous as the other destination in Indonesia such as Bali, Yogyakarta, or Jakarta. But it’s not simply make this island uglier than the other. Tourism in Flores now is growing as the natural panorama has been found and protected by the government. If you come here you can found a typical tropical view of Indonesia, beach, island, cave, and the most interesting thing is The Dragons that usually called as Komodo. Komodo Tour is popular destination in Indonesia this moment together tour labuan bajo or trip labuan bajo.
Well, Komodo Flores is the most popular thing if you ever heard of this Flores island tour. This ancient animals are very protected. But except for Komodo, Flores trip of course has other popular tourism such as Labuan Bajo Flores, Nanganasso and Koka beach, Sano Nggoang Lake, and many more. If you are already interested in this labuan bajo tour, don’t forget to choose one of our flores tour packages below and contact us.
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Flores Tour Package
East Nusa Tenggara
East Nusa Tenggara. The province consists of over 550 islands, but is dominated by three main islands: Flores, Sumba, and Timor. The arid landscape of eastern and southeastern Nusa Tenggara is the result of hot, dry winds blowing in from the Australian continent. In fact, on many coastal areas not a drop of rain falls during most of the year. Flores is a Portuguese name which means, ‘flower’, and ideally describes the island’s beauty. This elongated island between Sumbawa and Timor is crowded with volcanoes and mountains, dividing it into several regions, each with its own distinctive languages and traditions.
In 2007, Ministry of Culture and Tourism Republic Indonesia enacted East Nusa Tenggara as a new main tourist destination of the country as it is the only habitat of komodo dragons, the only prehistoric reptiles that still alive. This ancient giant lizard declared as one of the world’s protected animals as they live only in the island. There are merely about 2,500 of them now.
Like its neighbor West Tenggara Barat, East Tenggara Timur is also home to a unique mountain, Mt Kelimutu. Located in Flores Island, the mountain has three crater lakes at its top, known as Lake Three Colors because of their three different craters: red, blue and white.
A small island measuring 280 square kilometers, Komodo is located between the islands of Sumbawa and Flores. It is famous for its giant monitor lizards, considered the last of their kind remaining in the world today. Komodo dragons are an endangered species and protected by law. Called ‘ora’ by the local people, Komodo ‘Dragon’ (Varanus Komodoensis) is actually a giant monitor lizard. Growing up to 3 to 4 meters in length, its ancestors roamed the earth up to about half a million years ago. The only human population on the island is at the fishing village called Komodo, who supplement their income breeding goats to feed to the lizards. Komodo Island is now a nature reserve, home to a number of rare bird species, deer and wild pigs, all of which are the lizards’ natural prey. This island can be reached by boat from Labuan Bajo.
Sailing Komodo Liveaboard 2 Days 1 Nights
Sailing Komodo Tour 3 Days 2 Nights Liveaboard
Komodo Wae Rebo Tour 5 Days 4 Nights
Overland Flores Tour Package (Komodo + Wae Rebo + Kelimutu)
Labuan Bajo is a little fishing town at the extreme western part of Flores. This Labuan Bajo Flores serves as a jumping-off point for the trip to Komodo Island. Labuan Bajo Tour has beautiful spots for water skiing, wind surfing, fishing, and many other marine activities. You may find Labuan Bajo Hotel from basic to resort.
East Nusa Tenggara most visited natural wonder and one of Indonesia’s most mysterious and dramatic sights, is found on top of this mountain, some 66 kilometers from Ende, or 83 kilometers from Maumere. This Kelimutu Flores has spectacular view of its three crater lakes, each with its distinct color, is not only a major tourist attraction, but the stuff of local myth and legends. Over the years, Kelimutu National Park lake have been observed to continuously change colors, from light turquoise to olive green to black. Locals believe that these Kelimutu lake are home to the souls of the departed