"The equatorial sun on his back, the cool teak deck under his feet and a healthy trade-wind in his sails, Mark Eveleigh discovers that there’s no better way to discover ‘new worlds’ among Indonesia’s colourful web of islands than aboard Dunia Baru."
The natural harbour of Labuan Bajo might have changed little since buccaneer William Dampier anchored his man-o-war in these waters in 1699 but in recent years the town itself has been booming. Lonely Planet recently described Labuan Bajo as ‘Indonesia’s next big eco-travel hotspot’ and more bars, quality hotels and excellent seafood restaurants seem to be opening every week. Most visitors use Labuan Bajo only as a jump-off point for dragon-trekking and driving trips but it is the perfect base for expeditions into Flores’s spectacular volcanic landscapes.
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