Travel into the deep rugged mountains of East Timor, exploring ancient limestone caves, cool off in crystal clear rock pools and enjoy local cooking classes in a remote village.
Traveling East from Dili we arrive in the historic town of Bacau where we take lunch before arriving in Loi-huno, set amongst the forests, waterfalls, resistance hideouts,and the Mundo Perdido (“Lost World”) Mountain Range. We settle in to the eco lodge that will serve as our base. The next day is spent exploring the District of Viqueque starting off with a short trek up to limestone caves where the experienced local guides will guide you through the caverns and tell the fascinating stories of how Loihuno came to be abundant with water and agriculture. Lunch at the hotel and time to rest before we head to village for a traditional cooking class and delicious dinner.Cooking classes really give our visitors the opportunity to experience the daily life of Timorese women. Returning to the hotel after dinner. We set out towards dili today visiting the 7 Tunnels built by the Japanese during WW2 to store Munitions, vehicles and food. Taking lunch in Bacau and taking a refreshing swim at the historic Piscina (spring feed pool) Arriving in Dili around 5pm. Price is inclusive of hotel pickups, all Entry Fee’s and Air-conditioned 4x4 Transport, accommodation, meals, and english speaking guide.