East Nusa Tenggara Indonesia

Minggu, 15 Mei 2011

East Nusa Tenggara is a province of Indonesia which is located in south east Indonesia. This province consists of several islands among others, Flores, Sumba, Timor, Alor, Lembata, Rote, Sabu, Adonara, Solor, Komodo and Palue. The capital is located in Kupang, West Timor. This province consists of approximately 550 islands, the three main islands in this province are Flores, Sumba and West Timor. This province occupies the western part of Timor island. While the eastern part of the island is a sovereign state of Timor Leste in 2002.

As far as adventure tour and travel is concerned, Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT) Province truly must be one of Indonesia’s best kept secrets. The diversity of the landscape, the people and the world class tourist attractions, all located in a safe and unspoiled environment make it a “must visit” destination.

The unabashed friendliness of it’s people contrasts with the exotic and energetic traditional ceremonies like the Pasola of Sumba, the whip fighting of Flores and the war dances of Sabu. See the prehistoric Dragons of Komodo, the three colored crater lakes of Keli Mutu in Flores, dive in the world renowned diving destinations of Alor and Komodo, surf the waves of Rote and Sumba or just relax on any of the hundreds of unspoiled beaches that stretch as far as the eye can see. Try your hand at game fishing in Kupang, Rote or Sumba where Black Pacific Sailfish and Blue Marlin abound. The people will embrace you with open arms and are very happy to welcome you into their villages to experience their traditional way of life.

Komodo Island is best known as the habitat of giant Lizards know as Komodo Dragons. Komodo Island is an established national marine reserve, a professionally managed world class diving destination – what more could an adventure traveler ask for than dragons & diving – make sure you don’t miss this, it’s truly an adventure of a lifetime.

Flores Island exemplifies diversity more than any other region, the Three Colored Lakes of Mount Keli Mutu contrasting with the pristine coral gardens of Riung, Labuan Bajo and Maumere. The breath taking ritual of the whip fighting of Manggari and the solemn Catholic Easter festival in Larantuka – Flores Island is as diverse as it is beautiful.

Alor and Lembata Islands are the least visited and are therefore the most unspoiled regions of Nusa Tenggara Timur. Trek to the rim of a volcano on Pantar, visit the traditional whaling village on Lembata, dive the straits of Alor at a dive destination rated by all to be amongst the best in the world.

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