• Trip Code


  • Location

    East Nusa Tenggara

  • Meeting Point


  • Number of Pax

    Min. 8 pax


Kupang  / Soe / Traditional villages / Traditional dance performances / Fabric weaving process / Fulan Fehan Hill / Mauhalek Waterfall / Indonesia – Timor Leste Border / Sabu Island / Napa’e Beach / Kelabba Maja Hill / Padang Savannah


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Timor is an island at the southern end of Maritime Southeast Asia, north of the Timor Sea. The island is divided between the sovereign states of East Timor on the eastern part and Indonesia, on the western part. The Indonesian part, also known as West Timor, constitutes part of the province of East Nusa Tenggara.

West Timor

With amazing traditional villages, rugged countryside and empty beaches, West Timor is an undiscovered gem. Deep within its mountainous, lontar palm–studded interior, animist traditions persist alongside tribal dialects, and ikat-clad, betel nut–chewing chiefs govern beehive-hut villages. Hit one of the many weekly markets in tribal country and you’ll get a feel for rural Timor life, while eavesdropping on several of some 14 languages spoken on the island. In West Timor even Bahasa Indonesia is often a foreign tongue. Except, of course, in Kupang, the coastal capital and East Nusa Tenggara’s top metropolis, which buzzes to a frenetic Indonesian beat.

Sabu Island


Sawu Islands, Indonesian Kepulauan Sawu, Sawu also spelled Savu, Sawoe, or Sabu, island group in the Savu Sea, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. The island group includes Sabu, Raijua and several islets located about 100 miles (160 km) west of the southern tip of the island of Timor. The typography of the islands are generally low and almost flat; elevation ranges from 3 to 330 feet (1 to 100 metres).

The islands are densely populated, and the principal occupation is agriculture. Corn (maize) and cotton are the main products, and there are extensive coconut plantations along the coasts. Some fruits and vegetables are also grown, and cattle and ponies are raised. Exports are mainly copra and fish. Most of the population practices Protestant Christianity; a significant minority follows a local religion. Seba and Baah, the chief towns on Sabu Island, are linked by road.



Arrive in Kupang the latest by 10 am. Head to Fatumnasi Village by car (about 4 hours journey) and enjoy the view from the hill. After that, back to the town at Soe (about 1,5 hours) and stay overnight.

DAY 2 (SUNDAY, 31/03/2019): SOE – FATUMNASI – KEFA (B, L, D)

After breakfast, get ready to check out. First, we will visit Benteng None and watch their traditional dance performance. Then we will continue our journey to Boti Traditional Village (about 1-hour journey) to see the traditional clothing weaving process. After that, we will head to Kefamenanu town (3-hour journey) and stay overnight there.

DAY 3 (MONDAY, 01/04/2019): KEFA – ATAMBUA (B, L, D)

Wake up early morning and check out at 5 am. Breakfast will be prepared in a box. Head to Tamkesi Village which is about 1,5 hours away. Tour around the village and enjoy the view from the higher point. After that, we will go to Fulan Fehan Hill and Mauhalek Waterfall (about 2,5 hours journey). Stay overnight at Atambua.

DAY 4 (TUESDAY, 02/04/2019): ATAMBUA – KUPANG (B, L, D)

After breakfast, get ready to check out. We will see the traditional salt processing and also visit the border of Indonesia and Timor Leste. Back to Kupang by car which will take about 5-6 hours. Alternatively, go to Kupang by flight (excluded).

DAY 5 (WEDNESDAY, 03/04/2019): KUPANG – SABU (B,L,D)

After breakfast, get ready to check out. We will depart to Sabu Island from Tenau Kupang Harbor by public ferry boat at 9 am. The journey will take about 6 hours. Reach Sabu Island around 3 pm, we will right away go to Namata Village and enjoy the sunset at Napa’e Beach. Stay overnight at Rai Hawu hotel.

DAY 6 (THURSDAY, 04/04/2019): SABU (B,L,D)

After breakfast, we will explore Sabu Island. First, we will go to Kelabba Maja Hill and see how the salt farmers in Sabu Island work using the palm leave and clamps. Then we will visit the traditional village Ledetadu and close our day by watching the sunset at Kebila Beach.

DAY 7 (FRIDAY, 05/04/2019): SABU (B,L,D)

After breakfast, we will a few places in Sabu Island such as Kudji Ratu and Hurati Village, Raimea Beach, Savannah, and Ledetemulu Hill.

DAY 8 (SATURDAY, 06/04/2019): SABU – KUPANG (B,L,D)

Back to Kupang by fast boat at 9 am. Reach Kupang and check in to hotel. Rest, dinner, and free programme afterwards.

DAY 9 (SUNDAY, 07/04/2019): KUPANG (B)

After breakfast, check out and drop off at the airport.


  • 8 nights accommodation (twin-sharing)
  • Land transportation during the trip
  • Regular return ferry ticket Kupang – Sabu – Kupang
  • Meals as stated on the itinerary
  • All necessary permits, retributions and administrative requirements
  • Tour Guide and/or Leader
  • Mineral Water


• Flights
• Visa on Arrival (if applicable)
• Optional tours which are not stated on the itinerary
• Personal expenses
• Gratuity for guides
• Travel Insurance


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Departure & Return

Participants expected to reach Kupang before 9 am
Activities will end after breakfast on the last day

The above departure and return information are tentative and it will be confirmed at the time of reservation.