Labuan Bajo

Situated on the western edge of the island of Flores; Labuan Bajo, once a small fishing village, is now the bustling gateway to the Komodo National Park, a UNESCO Heritage Site in Indonesia. Aside from the famed giant lizard, the park is also home to a diverse marine life and coral reefs that make it a haven for snorkeling. The landscape of Labuan Bajo is breathtaking per se with rolling hills, pristine beaches, and a stunning coastline; surrounded by the cerulean water of the Indian Ocean. Labuan Bajo is inhabited mainly by the indigenous Manggarai tribe, along with the Bima and Bugis. About 30 kilometers to the east of the town center sits the mesmerizing Cunca Wulang Waterfall in the middle of the jungle, to which you can hike from the Wersawe village. Some other prominent attractions in Labuan Bajo include the Batu Cermin Cave, also known as the Mirror Cave; the blue-water swimming cave Ranko, and the Amelia Sea View viewpoint.

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