• This cone-shaped house is an authentic Manggarai housing belongs to Wae Rebo village of Flores island. There are 7 traditional houses, 6 houses for the locals and 1 house for visitors. Each house has 5 stories. The bottom is used for living place and the top four for storage. 


  • Snorkeling in Manjerite can be combined with Rinca island tour. Manjerite features crystal clear pristine water through which you can view the colorful fishes and coral reefs.


  • Little tiny island named Kelor is located between Labuan Bajo and Rinca Island. Kelor Island is surrounded with white sands and crystal clear water. 


  • This island is popular for hiking that takes only 15-20 minutes easy hike. The top of the hill offers scenic view of sunrise or sunset, coastline and rugged hills covered with savannah vegetation. On dry season, when the grasses of savanna turn brown, the landscape looks more dramatic.


  • Padar Island is the third largest island in Komodo National Park, located between Rinca and Komodo Island. Padar island offers stunning landscape, best to hike in the morning before sunrise or afternoon before sunset.


  • Well known for its unique color of the sand, world class snorkeling site and breathtaking view of Komodo National Park, Pink Beach is a boat ride of approximately 4 hours from Labuan Bajo and 15 minutes from Komodo island on a normal weather. 


  • The popular Kalong Island is the one that located near Rinca Island. It’s a small island covered with mangroves forest, a perfect home for flying foxes. At dusk, thousands of “Kalong” flying out of their home in searching for food, creating an amazing display in the dusk sky.