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Press Release

Kelimutu Book Launching

Published :
POD Flores DMO (Andreas Dhena), Staf Ahli Ende (Marmi Kusuma), Dirjen KSDA (Ir. Wiratno) and Kabalai Taman Nasional Kelimutu (Agus Sitepu)

Instead of having 30 minutes trekking to the top of Kelimutu, consider challenging yourself to do an extraordinary trip. But for those who want to sell Kelimutu Trip, now available 2 books with complete information about attractions around Kelimutu National Park.

Kelimutu National Park and Flores DMO incorporated to write 2 books about people and culture around Kelimutu. On 23 April 2019, the books were launched in the old ruin Dutch retreat compound, Kelimutu area. It’s expected can help the tour operators for making various tour packages and the guides can well explain. So, tourists are curious to explore some attraction except the lakes.

The Map of Wologai-Kelimutu trekking route

The authority already developed some trekking routes and a camping ground as alternative activities. The development involves the local communities around Kelimutu and the sub-district authorities.

​Those books contain complete information about culture, nature and guideline how to do camping and trekking. It will enrich information and activities before arranging the trip in Flores, and suitable for tour operators and guides. So, not only about the history of Kelimutu Lake but also about special flora and fauna, the clouds and the lively bird’s calls, the trekking routes, rituals and restriction, and the local culture. For those who want to promote Kelimutu National Park, you can get it for free. So please go to https://kelimutu.id// for ordering.

​Photo and article by Flores DMO

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