One of the main reasons travelers come to Kupang is to obtain a visa for East Timor. This can be done at the East Timor/Timor-Leste Consulate, south of the center of Kupang.
The biggest city on Timor, Kupang is one of the pleasant surprises of Indonesia – a bustling yet relaxed seaside city where no-one cares “where you going” & with food other than nasi & mie goreng!
The Savu Sea separates East Nusa Tenggara & West Timor, so overland travel is out – find out how to travel between Ende & Kupang by sea & air, including official ferry schedules!
Are you climbing Mount Kelimutu and don’t want to pay Indonesia 150,000 IDR? Good! We felt the same way. Find out below how we visited the three colored lakes for absolutely free.
When city life in Bajawa gets too much, rent a motorbike & get away from it all, stepping back in time to the old traditional villages of Bena & Wogo.
Located in the central highlands, Bajawa is a pleasant hilltop town with easy to reach villages & natural attractions in the surrounding area.
After the fun of Komodo dragons & diving with manta rays, traveling onwards from Labuan Bajo to Ruteng & the rest of Flores Island requires time & patience.
Here’s why we decided the MUST DO site of Wae Rebo was a MUSTN’T DO… with DIY tips for those who absolutely MUST.
From Castle Rock to the Cauldron, diving in Komodo National Park is world class, but beginners should give it a miss until they accrue more dives.
Now that you have learned a bit more about the fascinating Komodo dragon in Fact or Fiction, let’s explore how to see them in the wild at Komodo National Park.