Beautiful white beaches, sapphire seas, and sandy shores on the scattered islands of Nusa Tenggara. The scattered islands of Nusa Tenggara consist of over hundreds different islands, many of which are uninhabited. The area is best known for its undisturbed beaches and pristine coral life, making it a top destination for dive enthusiasts from Indonesia and abroad. Cut off from much of “mainland” Indonesia, many island inhabitants exist without use of modern technology.
The Capital City of East Nusa Tenggara
Kupang is the biggest city and port on the island of Timor and the capital of the Indonesian province of East Nusa Tenggara. Once an important port and trading point during the Portuguese and Dutch colonial eras, the city retains ruins and remains of the colonial presence in Kupang. The city of Kupang offers a tropical climate, rich history, and stunning natural sceneries.
Lombok, Definition of Natural Beauty and Culture
Blessed with stunning beaches, epic mountainous nature, and rich local wisdom, Lombok is known for the island that pleases you right from you firstly step your feet there. Its coastline from the west to the south please you with splendid beaches that completed with world-class surf breaks. Along the way you explore this island, you will meet your best encounter with rich cultures of Lombok through its people. Gunung Rinjani, the second-highest volcano in Indonesia, should not be out of the list for its divine crater lake, Segara Anakan as well as its summit on 3726 m above sea-level.