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FLORES EXOTIC TOURS

 

 

Company Registered Number: 24 05 6 63 00189

Jalan Kakatua 8, Ruteng 86511- Flores – NTT – Indonesia

Phone. +62 385 2705022 | +628123662110 / Leonardus Nyoman

Email. info@floresexotictours.com

Website. www.floresexotictours.id

 

Flores Exotic Tours was established in 2004 by a group of eight young Florinese in Ruteng and has gained years of experience in managing holidays in Flores and Bali since then.
Combined with active participation in local and international tourism training, this experience has brought Flores Exotic Tours to where it is now.

 

Sharing Experiences
Flores Exotic Tours focuses on sharing valuable experiences with travellers wishing to know more about Flores and its magnificent Komodo dragon and other island in the East Nusa Tenggara Province i.e.; Sumba, Timor, Alor and Rote island. These experiences include opportunities to enjoy Flores’ pure nature, its stunning beauty, as well as have a close encounter with the friendliness of the local community.

 

Trips with Special Interests
While enjoying the discovery of the world’s most diverse and exotic wildlife, Flores Exotic Tours also offers trips for travellers with special interests i.e.; Photography tours, cycling, including, ecotourism, community based ecotourism, trekking, and bird watching – such as those offered in Tado, Werang, Mbeliling, and, Wae Rebo villages, in West Flores. While appreciating the wonderful arts and culture of Flores, travellers also have a chance to support the sustainability of local tourism development, economy, and human resources that in turn shall contribute to the area’s improved standard of living.

8 Wonders of Flores
Komodo National Park
Komodo National Park
Komodo National Park, located between Sumbawa and Flores, was founded in 1980 with the aim of protecting the endangered Komodo dragon. As the park is not only the last sanctuary for the Komodo dragon but also a unique area of marine biodiversity, it became a Man and Biosphere Reserve in 1986 and ent...
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Bena Village
Bena Village
Bena, a community that is situated about 16km from Bajawa at the foot of Mount Inerie, is the most famous and also most visited village in the Ngada district. With its impressive stone formations and ancestral shrines, as well as traditional houses, Bena has turned into a signpost for Ngada culture....
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Wae Rebo Village
Wae Rebo Village
Wae Rebo is an old Manggaraian village, situated in pleasant, isolated mountain scenery. The village offers visitors a unique opportunity to see authentic Manggarai housing and to experience the everyday life of the local community. In the village of Wae Rebo, visitors can see mbaru niang – tradit...
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Kelimutu National Park
Kelimutu National Park
Mount Kelimutu, with its tri-colored crater lakes, is probably the most amazing natural phenomenon in Flores. Beyond that, the ‘steaming mountain’ is also the island’s most famous tempat angker, or mystical, haunted place. Scientific explanations aside, there are many myths about the origin o...
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Semana Santa
Semana Santa
Each year, Larantuka celebrates the Holy week known as ‘Semana Santa’. It is held during the week before Easter Sunday. All along the Holy week, Catholic pilgrims from Flores and all over Indonesia flooded the tranquil city of Larantuka. The prayers center around two religious icons. The...
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Riung 17 Islands
Riung 17 Islands
The sub-district of Riung, located to the north of Bajawa, is famed for its beautiful coral gardens. The coast and the surrounding area of the town of Riung have become a national conservation area, and were even given the status of a national park and named Pulau Tujuh Belas, or ‘Seventeen Island...
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Watublapi Ikat Weaving
Watublapi Ikat Weaving
Watublapi is a small community in the Sikka district well known for its fine traditional ikat weaving. Whereas many other local weaving communities switched to industrially spun yarn and chemical dyes for the sake of saving time and money, the weavers of Watublapi still use the traditional, handspun...
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The Hobbit Liang Bua
The Hobbit Liang Bua
With this finding, long-held scientific theories on the evolutionary past of human beings were contested: was there a land connection between mainland Asia or Australia and Flores? Was the isolated island situation responsible for the dwindling size? Did modern human beings cross with the hobbit, or...
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