Far off the beaten path, and the ultra-popular neighbors of Komodo and Bali, there is a tiny place called Alor. Alor archipelago includes 20 pristine islands and would have the reputation of being one of the most fabulous diving spots in Asia – if only it weren’t also one of its best-kept secrets. Cruising the archipelago is pure bliss as most of this vast chain of islands enjoy the warm sunny weather and calm seas throughout most of the year. Your voyage to Alor will not be complete without venturing deep into the countryside and spending some time with of the friendliest and most authentic tribes among traditional villages in Indonesia. Alor is also famous for is its fine textiles and bronze drums called Moko. It is true cultural heaven. Time seems to have stopped in Alor centuries ago, a unique experience in our busy world.