Seraya Islands - Indonesia - Untouched Natural Beauty for a True Robinson Crusoe-like Experience
Seraya Island (official name: Seraya Kecil) is about 1,3 km long and up to 200 m wide and is situated about 10 km north of Labuan Bajo at the western end of the island of FLORES, Indonesia.
When an area’s primary inhabitant is the world’s largest monitor lizard that is touted as the dinosaur’s last descendent, you know that this must be a very unique destination indeed.
Rugged and remote, to say the least, with untouched natural beauty that belies its picture postcard image. For intrepid adventure travelers who are game for a true Robinson Crusoe-like experience, this setting can be enjoyed even further with a stay in traditional thatch-roof huts that sit on the beachfront.
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