Travel Tips in labuhan bajo
|What to do in Komodo National Park|
What to do in Komodo National Park There are some interesting activities that Komodo National Park has to offer. Here are some of them. Komodo spotting is the most popular activity. It can be done by hiking to Banu Nggulung, a dry river-bed about half-hour walk from Loh Liang. Banu Nggulung attracts some of the Komodos. When you encounter this lizard, it is better to keep a distance, move slowly and calmly. It is also possible to spot some komodos that are looking for food or water.
Hiking is an activity that will give you more opportunity to spot Komodos, the longer you hike the more beautiful sceneries you will encounter, when we are talking about sceneries here we are talking about stunning sea views, tranquil beaches and bays, deep valleys, etc. From Loh Liang you can have various choices of trails such as hiking to Gunung Ara, Poreng Valley. The trail can be push further to Bukit Randolph or Loh Sebita that offers challenging track and beautiful views. You can find other wildlife along the trails such as deer, wild boar, buffalo and various birds.
Diving and snorkeling also can be done, the visitors mostly hire boat from Labuanbajo and the boat is usually equipped with snorkeling gears. Some nice places for snorkeling are around the island of Lasa and off the Red Beach (Pantai Merah). Diving here offers most exhilarating scuba diving in Indonesia; some good spot for diving are Batu Bolong, Crystal Bommie, Castle Rock and the Cauldron. Diving around Komodo National Park is not for beginner.
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Komodo National Park
Komodo National Park wildlife - deer
Komodo National Park wildlife - buffalo
Komodo National Park - Diving
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|The Beauty of Kelimutu|
Situated close to the town of Moni in central Flores Island of Indonesia, Kelimutu is a volcano that has three summit crater lakes of varying colors. Tiwu Ata Mbupu (Lake of Old People) is usually blue and is the westernmost of the three lakes. The other two lakes, Tiwu Nuwa Muri Koo Fai (Lake of Young Men and Maidens) and Tiwu Ata Polo (Bewitched or Enchanted Lake) are separated by a shared crater..
|Culture of Flores|
Flores island is inhabited by 1.8 million people that can be divided into five culutural groups they are Manggarai, Ngada, Ende and Lio, Sikkanese and Lamaholot. The people of western part of Flores are more Malay in physic and people from the other parts of Flores are more Melanesia.
There are many languages spoken on the island of Flores, all of them belonging to the Austronesian family. In..
|Tourism in Flores|
Tourism in Flores Located east of Sumbawa and Komodo and west of Lembata and the Alor Archipelago, Flores offers many great tourist destinations. The most famous tourist destination in Flores is Kelimutu; three coloured lakes in the district of Ende and close to the town of Moni. These crater lakes are in the caldera of a volcano and have highly acidic water as a result of a volcanic gas source..
|Stay Safe in Komodo National Park|
Komodo Dragon is not friendly to human, it has history of attacking human. Getting too close to this big lizard have to be done with utmost caution. You should visit this park via the park's office and ask for a guide and stick close to him. Do not wander off or do anything without his consent. You may be given a large pole with a split on the end, forming a "Y" shape. This can be used as a walking..
|Komodo National Park|
Komodo National Park is located between the islands of Sumbawa and Flores, comprises of three major islands: Komodo, Rinca and Padar, as well as numerous smaller islands, with total area more than 1,800 km2. Komodo National Park, home to the Komodo Dragon, also known as the Komodo Monitor, is identified by WWF and Conservation International as a global conservation priority area. The park also provides..