Liang Ndara is very close to Labuan Bajo and, there, we could enjoy Caci cultural performances. Besides that the sunset was exquisite. The communities were very friendly and kindly, if someday I come back to Labuan Bajo, I will be happy to come to this village and stay here. While Tololela was one of my favourite villages in Flores, its communities were very friendly and very nice to guests. The designs of its traditional housewere so beautiful and clean, it’s one of the villages must be visited, because of their culture was very thick and the scenery was very beautiful. Tado village’s atmosphere was less traditional, but the people were very nice. Therewere unique spider webs-shaped rice fields, called Lengko, it’s an appropriate destination for environment lovers.
However, since the beginning, I want to visit Waerebo. Along the coast access was so memorable, because along the road towards the Dintor village we could see a lovely seaside with the background of Mules Island, the trekking routes towards the village of WaeRebo were also very challenging, and when we arrived, all our exhaustion were paid off with the beauty and hospitality of the villagers Waerebo. The thick culture, the comforting stay in one traditional house and the tasty food made Waerebo deserve to be called world-class tourist destination. It’s because everything in here, both nature and culture.
Barry Kusuma – Fotografer - Jakarta