East Nusa Tenggara
Lesser Sunda islands, or better known as East Nusa Tenggara province, offer so many interesting destinations waiting to be explored. We bring you to authentic places with unique culture and amazing landscapes.
Alor consist of 12 islands that has unique culture & amazing underwater life. Do you know that there are more than 50 languages in Alor itself? Beside it’s rich cultures, Alor also is the only place in Indonesia, and probably in the world, where you can see the Dugongs up and close since they live harmoniously with the Alorese.
Indonesia’s most unique animal that had exist since the dinosaurs era, the Komodo, is the main interests of this area. But don’t think nothing else to see here. The amazing landscape of the surrounding islands combined with gorgeous underwater life that pride itself as the haven for pelagic fishes, make Kodomo is one of top ten destinations in Indonesia.
This island is where the last traditional whale hunters community in Indonesia exist. The people of Lamalera have tradition called Leva in which they have been hunting sperm whales for more than 500 years for consumption.
Experience an adventure like Moby Dick in this small island.
Sumba is an island in Southern Indonesia with amazing landscapes from savannah, lagoons and breathtaking mountains. The people still practices Marapu, a traditional belief system in which still have Kings and nobles as their leader. The megalithic structures of ancient tombstones and traditional houses combined with elaborate beautiful Ikat made a visit to Sumba is a memorable thing to do in Indonesia.
Flores island has so many things to offer. Beautiful and unique Kelimutu changing-colours lakes in which the waters of the lakes keep changing colours, volcanoes and hotsprings, waterfalls and also so many traditional villages with indigenous tribes to visit as well as the natural coffee plantation that produce export quality coffee beans.
Complete your journey to Komodo islands with a visit to Flores island and enjoy it’s beauty.