None is one of the area’s best attractions, despite fires destroying three ume bubu (traditional beehive huts) in as many years. A compact, gravel trail runs for 1km from where the bemo drops you on the main road; so you can walk or drive past corn, pumpkin and bean fields to the entrance. None is home to 56 families that have lived here for 10 generations. Parents still bury their placenta in their hut after childbirth, and the village is protected by a native rock fort that abuts a sheer cliff.
Villagers might break out their looms at the village lopo (meeting place) for weaving demonstrations upon request. It's so peaceful here that it’s hard to believe they were taking heads just two generations ago, the last conflict in 1944. You can also arrange for traditional dances. Leave an offering of 50,000Rp for up to a few people.