East Nusa Tenggara dominated by three main islands namely Flores, Sumba and Timor, these long islands between Sumbawa and Timor are crowded with volcanoes and mountains, dividing it into several regions with distinct languages and traditions. The arid landscape of eastern and southeastern Nusa Tenggara is the result of hot, In fact, in many coastal areas not a drop of rain falls during the most of the year.
A small island of 280 square km, Komodo is located between Sumbawa and Flores islands. It is famous for its giant lizards, considered the last of their kind remaining in the world today, the Komodo dragon. Called "ora" by the local people, Komodo "Dragon" (Varanus Komodoensis) is actually a giant monitor lizard. Growing up to 3 to 4 meters in length.
Sumba is now famous for its horses and it superb style of ikat cloth. West Sumba is famous for its enormous megalithic tombs and traditional thatched and peaked huts raised on stilts.
Other Places; Labuan Bajo, Batu Cermin Cave, Pink Beach, Komodo Island, Rinca Island, Alor Island, Sumba, Kanawa Island, Kampung Bena the ancient megalithic traditions, Maumere, Kupang, Flores, Manggarai, Komodo National Park, Mount Kelimutu, Liang Bua Cave, etc.