Batu Cermin Labuan Bajo

Batu Cermin Labuan Bajo, or Mirror Rock, is, in fact, a tunnel or a cave in a Shadowy stone hill of Labuan Bajo, West Manggarai, Flores, East Nusa Tenggara. Sunshine comes in via a hole in the tube then bounces on the stone walls that reflects small lights in other areas within the cave as a mirror. That is why this website is called mirror stone. The cave is situated east of Labuan Bajo sanctuary some four km from the town’s center. The cave has forests surrounding it where one can find long-tailed monkeys and wild boar. Travel agencies sell tour deals in Batu Cermin as part of a town tour app from Labuan Bajo.

Almost all interesting Web sites in Labuan Bajo are located on the islands confronting this harbor. All are unoccupied, and you may go there for sunbathing, snorkeling or diving. Bidadari Island has a beautiful beach for sunbathing. Its seas are suitable for snorkeling and diving. Kanawa and Kukusan Kecil Islands are also ideal for snorkeling and diving. Additionally, Serayu island has white sand and beautiful corals. Make sure you bring along anti-mosquito lotions and anti-malaria medications since Labuan Bajo is an endemic malaria area. Bring also sunscreen lotions, a hat, and sunglasses, as it may be quite hot here throughout the dry season.

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You can purchase these in the grocery store in town or from the hotel shop.

Get Around.

You can take a rented car or travel by car from the Labuan Bajo airport to any location on the Flores mainland. The rate is dependent on your negotiation. Hotels may assist you in finding a vehicle. To your freedom in the city, bemo’s and motor taxis can be found. However, they only operate until 09: 00 pm. If you wish to visit the nearby islands, like to Komodo or Rinca, rented motorboats and speed boats are available in the interface.

Get There.

Every single day, there are two at three flights from Bali to Labuan Bajo from Transnusa and IAT. Additionally, there’s a twice a week flight from Kupang. Inter-island powerboats from Sape in West Nusa Tenggara are also available regular, and the Pelni ship from Bali and Lombok makes a stopover here every 2 weeks.

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