Flores is relaxed, laid back, full of adventure or whatever you want it to be! But it's always good to understand the culture and customs before you get there so we've created a little list of our suggested do's and don'ts when in Flores.
The waters around Komodo National Park are home to 90% of the worlds marine life and species. With stunning corals, pristine coastline and the most magnificent underwater creatures, diving is number one on the must-do list when in Flores.
You could be forgiven for thinking nasi goreng is the national food of Indonesia, but in recent years the Flores foodscape has come into it's own. Foodies travel from all over the world to taste unique dishes that are traditional to Flores cooking.
Indonesia is home to beautiful people, stunning landscapes, and vibrant and colourful villages. The Wonderful Indonesia campaign was designed to put Indonesia and all its beauty on the centre stage of tourism. Stunning Flores, Wonderful Indonesia.
The Bajo people of Flores are sea gypsies who form part of the Sama-Bajau people of South-East Asia. They are a mystical and magical people whose tradition and heritage lives on alongside development in the modern world.
The coastal villages and the inland villages are all supported by one main industry, farming. Although farming methods have changed over the generations, the skill and tradition continues and is shared from family to family.