Flores has to be one of Indonesia’s best-kept secrets and the most beautiful islands on earth. Tourism in Flores is focused on its infamous Komodo National Park, a member of New 7 Wonder of the World, a UNESCO World’s Heritage, and much importantly, home for the world’s largest lizard on earth. Komodo Flores Tour has got the whole package for an unforgettable adventure, from ancient species to magical places, colorful corals, traditional villages and cultural events, seas scenic views to lush hills. But beyond this magical place, there are five more hidden gems that you can’t afford to miss!
Wae Rebo for Komodo Flores Tour
Wae Rebo is a small, very out of the way village in the district of Manggarai on the island of Flores, East Nusatenggara. Visit Wae Rebo should be on your Komodo Flores Tours bucket list. Nestled among lush rolling hills and perched 1,200 meters above sea level, this quaint village’s main characteristics are their unique houses. One particular ceremonial house is the community building. You need to attend the warm, welcoming ceremony in the largest hut, stroll around the village, and watch the locals harvesting coffee beans. Enjoy the night vibes, interact with the locals, try local food, and sleep in one of the huts. Wake up early morning to watch the breathtaking sunrise in dramatic settings.
Komodo Flores Tour, A fabulous Rangko Cave
Rangko Cave is located not too far from Labuan Bajo, only an hour’s drive. Its place is filled with beautiful stalactites and crystal-clear saltwater. The cave is extraordinary and often frequented by tourists. Enjoy the magical scenery as you make your way. You can cool off and take a relaxing dip in the salty crystal-clear water of Flores’s hidden gem. At noon, you can enjoy the sunlight put on a show as it enters the cave’s mouth, illuminating the majestic stalagmites and stalactites surrounding the magical pool.
Cunca Rami Waterfall
Are you a nature lover? You must visit Cunca Rami Waterfall! It’s located in West Manggarai District, Labuan Bajo. Cunca Rami means waterfall in the jungle from the local language. Let’s jump into the cold, clear pool for a refreshing swim or have a little picnic amidst the soothing scenery.
Kelimutu Crater is located in the Kelimutu National Park. Mount Kelimutu is famous for three water bodies with different color lakes sitting inside its crater. Separated by thin ridges of rock, the Kelimutu Lakes keep changing their colors, a unique mystery that attracts numerous travelers. Trek to the top of Kelimutu Lakes to catch the magical view of the sun rising over the vividly-colored lakes.
BlueStone Beach is both gorgeous and a geological oddity. It is located on the central south coast of Flores. This amazing with black volcanic sand beach is strewn with colorful stones like green, blue, yellow and red, stones as far as the eye can see. Don’t forget to put Blue Stone Beach on your bucket list!
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