Warloka Village’s Ancient Artifacts
Warloka Village is located just 21km from Labuan Bajo. This quiet fishing village presents the best of both worlds to the inquisitive explorer. Here you can trek along the secluded shoreline while enjoying beautiful nature and at the same time, explore Flores’s ancient history and artifacts. These two points alone is enough to make Warloka an amazing destination for an excursion.
If you’re into archaeology, gear up for some amazing facts – the village was once an ancient trading port, and thanks to this, the village is filled with interesting ancient arteficts like daggers, pillars and ceramics that date back to the Chinese Bronze Age. Around the village, you can find numerous rock formations in over 10 different locations. Don’t miss the impressive ancient stone table located at the top of Warloka Hill. Here, you’ll also get to view Warloka’s amazing panoramas and breathtaking sunsets.
Warloka is easily reachable by boat, motorcycle or car. Many tourists access the village by boat. If you prefer to go by motorbike or car, please be careful. The roads to Warloka are not well-maintained and are in bad conditions. It is recommended to only go there by bike or car if you are an extremely experienced driver.
– There are no facilities in Warloka
– Bring good shoes and trek your way through the village
– Bring plenty of water
Article Source: http://florestourism.com/districts/warloka/
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