Blue Stone Beach (Ende) 

This Blue Stone Beach in Ende is composed almost entirely of unusual turquoise, blue, and reddish stones. Locally known as Penggajawa Beach, you’ll see the Blue Stone Beach at the scenic 25-kilometre drive northwest from Ende on the road to Bajawa that takes about 30 or 40 minutes.



Named Ring Stones due to ring-shaped stone, holes in the shoreline. Sea waves enter and throw through the ring hole. You will see a stunning sunset from the ring hole. It's fascinating.



Koka beach is hidden paradise that has white sands and clear water. Koka also has a high waves and good wind. A great place to watch sunset. 


17 Island Marine Park (Ruing)

The sub-district of Riung, located to the north of Bajawa, is famed for its beautiful coral gardens. The coast and the surrounding area of the town of Riung have become a national conservation area, and were even given the status of a national park and named Tujuh Belas Pulau, or ‘Seventeen Islands’. In fact, the national park consists of more than 20 small and larger islands. The local people, though, have named the area ‘Riung Seventeen Islands’, a label that is easy to remember as it refers to the personification of a beautiful 17-year-old girl and also Indonesian Independence Day on the 17th of August.


Mbalata Beach (Wae Lengga)

In the middle of Mount Inerie and soft, hilly landscapes you can catch a beautiful view over the sea and surrounding farmland from this spot. Experience the Florinese rural lifestyle and see how farmers work the fields or local men produce moke (arak). 


Wae Cicu Beach (Labuan Bajo)

Get away from the city and spend a day in Labuan Bajo at Wae Cicu Beach. Just a 10 minute drive from downtown, you can relax, swim, snorkel, kayak, and watch the sunset from the sandy beach.


Kampung Ujung Beach (Labuan Bajo)

Enjoy the best grilled fish and seafood while you watch the sunset from here. Although there is no sandy beach you can walk around and explore in this area. This is also a popular swimming spot for locals.