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Flores intro. This region is called Nusa Tenngarga and is located in the eastern part of Indonesia, a country which is home to some 17,000 islands. The most popular with tourists is Bali but here is Flores, a relatively new resort island in the Lesser Sundra group. This is a really good place for diving and undersea exploration, so many come here to the Flores hotels to pursue their sporting activity. The hotels in Flores run from simple resort hotels with air conditioning to budget backpacker hostels. The main town is Maumere which is also the air hub for the island. The town of Labuanbajo is the setting off point for divers heading for the island of Komodo. Guests of Flores hotels taking the trip to Komodo should look out for the Komodo lizard - he’s the biggest in the world, and lives in the National park. Another first is centred around the three lakes on Flores which over the years have changed colour. Currently they are blue, green and turquoise.
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