The rough unspoiled inland of Flores with his traditional villages and volcanoes.The many idyllically islands with their white sandy beaches Komodo- and Rinca island with the unique Komodo dragons

Interesting sites in the different places

Labuan Bajo

  • Different islands in Komodo National Park; ideal for snorkeling, diving, fishing or relaxing on the beach
  • Komodo and Rinca island with the Komodo dragons, water buffalos, deer, wild pigs, monkeys, different species of birds and unique flora
  • Pulau kalong (flying foxes island) where around sunset hundreds of bats fly out, which is a spectacular sight
  • Batu Cermin, mirror cave, here you can see stalagmites and stalactites

Around Labuan Bajo 

  • Cunca Rami: a waterfall with a refreshing natural swimming pool (2 hours drive from Labuan Bajo and trekking for 1 hour go and back)
  • Cunca Wulang: a series of cascading waterfalls nestled in a tropical rainforest setting (1 hour drive from Labuan bajo and trekking for 2 hours go and back)
  • Mt. MBeliling: a 1.239 meters high peak in west Flores, offering a cool refuge with rainforest and an ever-changing array of vegetation (1 hour drive from Labuan Bajo and 2 day trekking)
  • Caci: the traditional fighting dance of Manggarai
  • Petrified wood forest near the village of Tobedo (1 hours drive from Labuan Bajo)
  • Sano Nggoang Craterlake: a 500 meter deep volcano lake (2 day trip: 3 to 4 hours from Labuan Bajo and trekking for 4 hours go and back)
  • Wae rebo: traditional village in West-Flores  (3 day trip: 1 day cartrip and two days hiking)


  • Traditional village Todo (one hour before Ruteng)
  • Rice fields in the shape of a spider web nearby the village Cancar (half an hour before Ruteng)
  • The traditional village called ‘Ruteng Pu’u’
  • Golo Curu, a viewpoint from where you can see all over Ruteng and its surroundings
  • Traditional weaving of the original manggerai sarongs
  • A colorful market
  • Ranamese lake, a mysterious lake half an hour outside Ruteng on the way to Bajawa
  • Liang Bua, cave where they found the homo floresiensis


  • On the way to Bajawa there is the village Aimere where the traditional rice wine (Arak) is made
  • Around Bajawa there are several traditional villages, each with it’s own story and sarongs
  • Volcano Wawo Muda which exploded in January 2001. With this explosion different shaped and colored lakes appeared.
  • Hot spring So’a, half an hour outside Bajawa. A nice place to relax and take a warm bad.
  • Bajawa is surrounded by many volcano’s which gives an impressive landscape. The most impressive volcano is ‘gunung Ineri’


  • National park of 17 islands with their white sandy beaches for good snorkeling and relaxing
  • Flying foxes


  • Blue Stone Beach, on this beach and in the surroundings you can find the nice shaped blue stones


  • Volcano Kelimutu, a volcano with 3 crater lakes each their own color. Especially impressive with sunrise
  • The beautiful surroundings of Moni which are perfect for walks
  • The traditional villages Jodpu (kings house) and Nggala (weaving)


  • Paga, a beach with swimming possibilities on the way to Maumere
  • traditional villages around Maumere
  • the black sandy beach near Wodong (15 minutes outside Maumere)