Mt Ramelau at 2,963m is the highest mountain in Timor- Leste. On a typical day its peak floats above the clouds providing the most spectacular sunsets and sunrises over the north and south coasts. Trekking to the summit takes about 3 hours from the highland village of Hato Builiko.
East Timor is a relatively small island nation yet full of surprises. “A great deal in a small package”. Its terrain changes from majestic mountain ranges to grassy plains, swamps to white sandy beaches and pristine coral reefs all within a few hours drive.
Mt. Ramelau, the highest peak in Timor Leste at 2,963m, offers views of the north and south coasts on a bright clear day. Trekking to the summit takes about 3 hours from the highland village of Hato Builiko. Atauro Island a 90-minute boat ride from Dili boasts an untouched environment dominated by Mt. Manucoco where the peak’s lower slopes and hills form a patchwork of farms where the residents are clustered. The Island offers a relaxing atmosphere and a taste of old Timor
We go on a scenic drive through the coastal roads west of Dili and the highlands to the south. Drive through coffee plantations, discover waterfalls, hidden lakes and old colonial history.
Journey into a land relatively untouched by tourism, and one of the world’s newest democracies – Timor-Leste. We climb mountains, explore villages and cross into the Wetar Strait for a privileged view of the sights and sounds hidden in this emerging nation.