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We did 2 daily snorkelling trips. The coral and fish here is very good as are the beaches.
On the second day we had to pay the balance of our cost to the organisers of the boat tour. so we took that money on the...More
The island is so beautiful with blue color water, we stay a night in one island from this 17 island. We had very nice lunch and dinner provide by our guide and teams. We play volleyball and do snorkeling in the morning. We can also...More
Riung is a real sleeping town. It is more the staring place for the island tour. During the tour you will first go see big bats who are sleeping in a mangrove wood. After that you go to a total of 3 islands and a...More
Very great place, and great tour to the 17 islands.
One recommandation : arrange with other tourists for the boat to share the price (they will always try to get you get a private boat saying no one else is ready to share with you...More
We went to riung to do the boattrip to the islands. IT was beautiful and the snorkling was very Nice! The material we rented (mask etc) was of very bad quality so if you have the opportunity: bring your own equipment!
Riung is a village locates on the North of Flores island. In this high season is very busy with the visitors who wants to make snorkelling on 17 island of Riung National Marine Park. In this place is really fantastic of the coral garden. Just...More
Difficult place to reach (poor road) and hardly developed for tourism, so sleeping is basic. But still worth to go there if you have the time.
The coral is of varying quality, but some spots are defintely worth the trip.
The captain of the boat...More
This place is one of my favourite part of the trip, other than my visit to the Komodo National Park.
I spent the morning take a boat ride to see the flying foxes at the Ontoloe region. It was really magnificent that the government is...More