Kelimutu is an active volcano located at 1639 meters above sea level in Flores Island, Indonesia. What makes it special is the three lakes that change colors over time. Its last eruption was in the year 1968.
Arborek is a small coastal village of about 40 families, located in Raja Ampat (West Papua). I visited this village during the “Trip of Wonders” organized by the Ministry of Tourism of Indonesia.
During my days in Alor with the Ministry of Tourism of Indonesia, I had the pleasure of visiting the traditional village of Takapala, located 13 kilometers from Kalabahi, the main city of Alor Island.
Pura Tirta Empul is one of the most visited temples in Bali; it’s located at Tampak Siring, about 10 km from the center of Ubud and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2012.
Awra Amba is a small village of about 17.5 hectares located in the rural part of the region of Amhara, Ethiopia, about 65 kilometers from Bahir Dar.
Chichen Itza is a Maya city located in the state of Yucatan (near to Valladolid city). This is the second most visited archaeological area in Mexico.