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East Nusa Tenggara / Paket Wisata Ke Komodo & Trans Flores
« Last post by komodowisata on April 08, 2014, 04:11:40 PM »
Informasi paket wisata domestik ke Komodo dan Wisata Trans Flores. Ini sebagian paket wisata yang sudah di kemas sedemikian rupa untuk anda yang berkeinginan lancong ke Pulau Komodo. Paket Wisata / Tour Ke Komodo bersama Komodo Trans Wisata

Yang belum ada rencana liburan tanggal merah, join trip Hooping Harapan Island
aja yokk 18-19 April 2014.

Budget: 340.000/pax
Dp: 200.000
Meeting point: Dermaga Muara Angke
Kuota: minimal 15 org

Fasilitas ϑαn akomodasi.
1. Akomodasi Kapal PP
2. Penginapan AC
3. Makan 3 x
4. Alat Snorkeling lengkap
5. Kapal snorkeling antar pulau
6. Guide
7. Kapal kunjungan pulau2
8. Jodoh (kalau bertemu)
1. tiket donasi ke wisata Lain
2. kamera underwater
3. BBQ
4. CD dokumentasi
5. Air mineral

1. Pengeluaran Pribadi
2. Tips guide sukarela

- Total Peserta minimal 15 orang
- Peserta yang akan mendaftar wajib membayar DP minimal 200.000 sebagai tanda jadi / pesan seat Maksimal 6 April 2014
- Peserta yang masuk list, peserta yang sudah DP
- Tidak ada sistem pesan seat tanpa DP
- DP tidak bisa dikembalikan, tapi bisa digantikan orang lain, dengan catatan pengajuan pengganti dari peserta itu sendiri (yang cancel)
- Pelunasan setelah sampai di tempat tujuan
- Biaya diatas diluar keperluan yang sifatnya individu, seperti belanja, jajan,dll
-Kuota Minimal 15 peserta, jika tidak memenuhi kuota, uang dikembalikan 100%.

Roundown :

05.30 – 06.00
Peserta tiba di Muara Angke, dijemput dan diantar ke kapal
06.00 – 06.50
Persiapan sebelum keberangkatan
07.00 – 09.30
Berangkat menuju Pulau Harapan
09.30 – 10.0
Tiba di Pulau Harapan & langsung check-in Homestay
10.00 – 11.30
Acara bebas (bisa diisi dengan Explore lingkungan pulau atau beristirahat)
11:30 – 12:45
Makan siang, Sholat
12:45 – 13:00
Pembagian alat snorkeing
13:00 – 17:30
Snorkeling ke 4 Pulau (Pulau Bira Besar, P. Kayu Angin Bira, P. Macan Gundul & P. Kayu Angin Genteng)
17:30– 18:00
Menikmati SUNSET di Pulau Kayu Angin Genteng
18:00– 19:00
Kembali ke Pulau Harapan, Mandi, Sholat
19:00 – 21.00
Makan malam
21:00 – 21.30
BBQ ( ikan, sate cumi ϑαn sosis ) sambil modus
05.00 – 05.30
Sholat shubu
05.30 – 06.30
Menikmati Sunrise di Pelabuhan Pulau Harapan sambil foto–foto
06.30 – 07.30
Kembali ke HomeStay, Mandi ϑαn sarapan
07.30 – 10.30
Kunjungan ke pulau – pulau lain di sekitar Pulau Harapan (Menikmati pasir putih P. Kayu Angin Bira, P. Genteng Kecil, P. Bulat,
OPTION: (Pulau Kelapa 2 melihat tukik penyu – exclude ticket Rp. 2500 org, Explore P. Sepa – Exclude Ticket Rp. 120.000 / org, Explore P. Putri – Exclude Ticket Rp. 50.000 / org)
10.30 – 11.00
Kembali ke HomeStay, Mandi
11.00 – 11.30
Persiapan Pulang
11.30 – 12.00
Check-Out & Berkumpul di Pelabuhan
12.00 – 15.00
Perjalanan kapal Pulau Harapan – Muara Angke
15.30 – 16.00
Tiba di Muara Angke & Trip selesai

Call/Whatsapp: 081380796096 (Hani) , 085781464665 (Faizal)
Email ke:, subject: Pulau Harapan
The Traveller's Lounge / Indonesia travel guide
« Last post by vuongtoa on April 07, 2014, 10:26:07 AM »
Natural attractions

The crater lake of Mount Rinjani in Lombok
Indonesia is home to no less than 167 active volcanoes, far more than any other country. Some of the more accessible for visitors are in the Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park and the Ijen Crater in East Java, Mount Rinjani in Lombok and perhaps easiest of all, Mount Batur in Bali.

Hardly surprisingly in the world's largest archipelago, beaches are significant attractions. Aside from the obvious like Bali, there are wonderful beaches in off-the-beaten-track locations in Maluku, Nusa Tenggara and Sulawesi. In a nation of 18,000+ islands, the options are almost endless.

An endemic Sumatran Orangutan in the Gunung Leuser National Park
Indonesia has some of the largest remaining tracts of tropical forest anywhere in the world, and these support an incredibly diverse wildlife from Orangutans and other primates to critically endangered Javan Rhinoceros and Tigers, and an extraordinarily wide range of bird species. Forest areas recognised as UNESCO World Heritage Sites are Ujung Kulon National Park in West Java, and three huge parks in Sumatra, which together comprise the Tropical Rain Forest Heritage of Sumatra: Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park, Gunung Leuser National Park and Kerinci Seblat National Park.

Further east, Komodo Island is the home of the remarkable Komodo Dragon and a very diverse marine life. Close to the very eastern limit of Indonesia, the remote Lorentz National Park in Papua has a permanent glacier, and is the single largest national park anywhere in Southeast Asia.
Historical and cultural attractions

Borobudur in Central Java is the world's largest Buddhist monument, dating from the 8th century, and nearby Prambanan is a remarkable Hindu monument dating from just a few years later. Those two, together with the charm of Yogyakarta, make for a popular cultural combination in Central Java.

Pura Ulun Danau Bratan in Bali
Also in Central Java, the Dieng Plateau is home to the oldest extant temples in Indonesia, predating Borobudur by some 100 years, and just north of Solo, the early man archaeological excavation at Sangiran is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

In such a vast archipelago it is hardly surprising that there are some very distinct and unique cultures, often contained in relatively small areas. Bali has a unique Hindu culture, descended from the great Javanese Majapahit Kingdom in the 13th and 14th centuries. The whole island is adorned by beautifully kept temples (pura), and there is a seemingly endless procession of colourful ceremonies. Some of the better known are the mother temple at Besakih, Pura Ulun Danau Bratan, and Pura Uluwatu.

Further east, Sumba is home to one of the few remaining megalithic cultures anywhere on earth. In Sulawesi, the Tana Toraja region is famous for spectacular animist burial rites. Visiting the vast hinterland of Papua in the far east of the country requires considerable planning, an awful lot of money, and a tolerance for extremely challenging conditions. However, for those who want a true wilderness experience and the opportunity to witness first-hand cultures that have had very little contact with the outside world, it is hard to think of a better option anywhere on earth.

In popular travel destinations like Bali and Jakarta accommodation options run the gamut, from cheap backpacker guesthouses to some of the most opulent (and expensive) five-star hotels and resorts imaginable.
Off the beaten track, though, your options will be more limited. Probably the most common lodging choice for backpackers is the losmen, or guesthouse, which also go by the names wisma or pondok. Often under US$15/night, basic losmen are fan-cooled and have shared bathroom facilities, usually meaning Asian-style squat toilets and mandi (water tank) baths, from which you ladle water over yourself (do not enter one!). Very small losmen, essentially homestays or rented rooms, are known as penginapan.
The next step up on the scale are cheap Chinese-run hotels, usually found even in the smallest towns and cities, typically near transport terminals. These may have little luxuries like air-conditioning and hot water, but tend to be rather depressing otherwise, with tiny, often windowless rooms.
By law, all hotels have to display a price list (daftar harga). You should never have to pay more than the list says, but discounts are often negotiable, especially in the off season, on weekdays, longer stays, etc.
The Traveller's Lounge / Recommends for a Beach Holiday for muslim couple??
« Last post by isy1981 on April 06, 2014, 06:45:20 AM »

my wife and myself are  planning a vacation in your beautiful country. I`ve searched already at websites and didnt find anything. therefore im kindly asking you to recommend us a hotel or resort.

We are searching for a hotel, where my wife and myself can use exlusively a beach without the possibilty that other persons can see my wife. I know, that the Maledives for example have such resort with own private beach for couples.

Do you have something like that? If yes, could you share the name of the hotels i could contact.

Thank you very much.

Greets from Germany

The Traveller's Lounge / Re: Welcome to Indonesia.Travel
« Last post by Meydasri on April 05, 2014, 01:06:50 PM »
Salam kenal,,
siang semua,,
buat yang sering nangkring disini mau tanya dong,,
kalian tau ga penilaian bintang disetiap destinasi diweb ini?
fungsinya apa dan penilaiannya dari apa?

yang tau boleh share ya...
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Syarat: Anda ada fb@wechat@whatsapp dan suka online. Anda hanya perlu open
link :
dan REGISTER sebagai member. Sesudah register Anda langsung dpt $25 kemudian akan dapat link:
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REGISTER skrg dan mulai berbagi. Selamat mencoba dan menikmati hasil dari online anda.
Belum coba belum tau kan?
The Traveller's Lounge / Re: Welcome to Indonesia.Travel
« Last post by noe98 on April 04, 2014, 02:54:09 PM »
salam kenal juga dari jogja
The Traveller's Lounge / Re: share indonesia hidden paradise menurut anda
« Last post by noe98 on April 04, 2014, 02:52:31 PM »
setuju pantai pantai digunung kidul masih alami dan g begitu rame
Bali / Re: dates of Bali kite festival and Negara water buffalo race in 2014
« Last post by minic on April 04, 2014, 12:42:07 AM »
Thank you, Daiviet!!
West Nusa Tenggara / Special Discount Lombok Hotels Villas
« Last post by komodowisata on April 03, 2014, 10:02:42 PM »
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