Labuan bajo, a harbor town located on the West of Flores. Labuan bajo is not only for snorkeling or diving. Here you can swim in pristine lakes and waterfalls, dive at one of the 50 spectacular dive sites, go kayaking among craggy coasts and mangrove shores, explore mysterious caves and be warmly welcomed by the island’s people in their rituals, dances and daily life.
Sano Nggoang Volcanic Crater Lake.
One of the deepest crater lakes on earth. Sunset and Sunrises turn the landscape into a mystical display of colors and light.
Mount Mbeliling trekking.
Escape the heat on a two-day trek in the cool mountain climate of the Mbeliling rainforest. Well-trained guides and porters make every effort to enchane hikers' enjoyment of the rainforest scenery.
Cunca Wulang Cascades.
Its impressive waterfall discharging into beautiful fresh water pools and a series of cascading waterfalls through a stone-faced canyon nestled in a tropical rainforest setting represent one of West Flores' most strikking outdoor adventures.
Cunca Rami Waterfall.
Cunca rami, a waterfall with a refreshing natural swimming pool surrounded by tropical forest and rice fields, is the perfect indulgence after a memorable West Flores mountain trek.
Tado Eco Tourism Village.
Villagers welcome visitors to experience Tado indigenous rites of passage, festivals and traditional sporting event. Also of interest are traditional home industries like clay pottery, palm mat weaving and palm wine production.