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5 Attractions to Explore Near Paluweh

Paluweh
PaluwehPaluweh, Rokirole, Palue, Sikka Regency, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia

Paluweh, also known as Rokatenda, is a stratovolcano that forms the small island of Palu'e, north of Flores Island in Sikka Regency in the province of East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. While the volcano rises about 3,000 m above the seafloor, its cone rises just 875 metres above sea level and is the highest point on the island. it is one of the beautiful tourist attraction in Indonesia.

Nearby Attractions

Jalan Kelimutu National Park
Jalan Kelimutu National Park50.25 KMs away from Paluweh

Kelimutu National Park is located on the island of Flores, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. It consists of a region with hills and mountains, with Mount Kelibara as its highest peak. Mount Kelimutu, which has the three coloured lakes, is also located in this national park. This natural attraction is a destination for tourists.

Kelimutu
Kelimutu50.42 KMs away from Paluweh

Kelimutu is a volcano, close to the small town of Moni in central Flores island in Indonesia. The volcano is around 50 km to the east of Ende, Indonesia, the capital of Ende regency in East Nusa Tenggara province. The mountain has three volcanic crater lakes that differ in color. it is now one the beautiful tourist attraction in this province.

Mount Iya
Mount Iya62.20 KMs away from Paluweh

Iya is a stratovolcano located in the south-central part of the island of Flores, Indonesia, south of the city of Ende. It is one of the beautiful trekking destination in Indonesia and it attracts a lot of tourists every year.

Ebulobo
Ebulobo79.86 KMs away from Paluweh

Ebulobo is a stratovolcano located in the south-central part of the island of Flores, Indonesia. located in the center of a dense greenery and is also a good trekking destination.

Mount Egon
Mount Egon89.59 KMs away from Paluweh

Mount Egon is a stratovolcano located in the southeastern part of the island of Flores, Indonesia in the area of Maumere bay. A landslide during the eruption on 29 January 2004 forced 6,000 people to evacuate the area. Activity of Gunung Egon on 15 April 2008 forced thousands of people to evacuate. Quakes and fumes from the volcano have been occurring since November 2010, designating Egon as one of 11 volcanoes in Indonesia on the highest level alert.