Trip B: The Tastes of Flores

This Day Trip starts and ends in Labuanbajo and is our sample itinerary. Of course, we are happy to accommodate your suggestions and customize trips for you! Read more about us and do not hesitate to contact us!

Our driver will pick you up at your hotel at 7AM.

Tofu factory
See how tofu is made in a factory near Labuanbajo, from the beans until the final product. Of course, you can try the fresh tofu here!

Komodo landscape – Pure Flores Tours

Komodo landscape, credit: Bernard DUPONT/ CC BY-SA 2.0

Viewpoint
Along the way, we will stop at a viewpoint. Enjoy the spectacular coastal view of Labuanbajo and its islands.

Cocoa plantation
After the viewpoint, we continue to see cocoa trees. You can even try the taste of the fruit!

Cocoa plantation – Pure Flores Tours

Cocoa in Flores, credit: Stefan Magdalinski/CC BY 2.0

Rice Field
We will continue our way to one of the biggest rice fields in Flores near Lembor.

Spiderweb Rice Field
See the famous spiderweb rice field near Ruteng and enjoy the view from the top of the hill. The spiderweb shape is the traditional way to divide the land between the families.

Coffee farm
Here we will stop to see thousands of coffee trees and learn about the traditional way to roast and process the beans. Enjoy an original cup of Flores coffee!

Here we will also have our lunch with a local family. A lovely, traditional home-cooked meal by a Manggaraian mother will be served.

Ruteng Pu'u – Pure Flores Tours

Ruteng Pu’u traditional village in Flores, credit: Rosino/CC BY-SA 2.0

Ruteng Pu’u
After lunch, we will continue to a village with traditional architecture. Notice how the roofs of the houses are shaped like the spiderweb rice fields!

After a visit to this village, we will drive back to Labuanbajo (around 4 hours). We will stop at some viewpoints and arrive in Labuanbajo between 6 and 7PM.

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