A Postcard From Palue Island in the Mid-1930s

palue island in the mid-1930s

Traveljunkieindonesia.com – The world is getting smaller every year. The Indonesian archipelago has long been a favorite for travel junkies.

Are you in Sikka regency of East Nusa Tenggara? Let’s visit Palue Island. It is part of Lesser Sunda Islands.

It is WONDERFUL. Palue can be reached from Maumere, a city in Flores, which takes six hours by wooden motorboat.

Ooh diving with great visibility, excellent and colourful hard coral, very healthy fish life, spectacular island backdrop with Rokatenda volcano, learn about volcano, living like a local, and beautiful uninhabited beaches for sunset strolls.

Palue Island a boon to travel junkies.

Photography by Tropenmuseum.

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