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Timor Leste

Sprouting out of Timor Island's eastern flank is Timor-Leste. A small country hardly known and rarely visited. Though it's only been a country since 2002, Timor-Leste's history goes back much further. 42,000-year-old archaeological remains have been found in the region, indicating a connection between people and places older than any civilization today. The land itself exudes tropical paradise vibes. Clear ocean water and mighty green mountains sandwich scenic coastlines. Scattered among the scenery are relics from ancient tombs to World War II monuments. Far and unknown, friendly and beautiful, Timor-Leste represents all that is great about travel.

Our tour will take you to all the must-see Timorese sights. You will start in the capital Dili, and learn about the decades long resistance and fight for independence before driving along the north-to-east coastline road. Portugal colonized the country for over two decades, and remnants of Portuguese influence remain, such as the old Portuguese church in Laleia you will explore. Then there's Venilale, a town rich in local and world history. The Quinta Portugal coffee nursery plantation, climbing Mt Ramelau, visiting Fatisi Waterfall—just a few more things you can expect on this tour.

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Our current upcoming group tours can be seen below. They are all guaranteed departures.

Full info £1,485.00 6 Nights 0 places
Timor Leste – Resistance and Independence Tour  2024 Itinerary

This tour has only ran once before as an exploratory trip in November 2022.

This tour will be a maximum of 14 people.

Most nationalities can obtain a Visa on Arrival for $30, however, please check with your nearest
embassy if you are unsure.

The price for this tour is £1,485.

Accommodation is on a twin sharing basis. The single supplement is priced at £290, or we can allocate someone for you to share with (subject to availability).

Deposit required to confirm your booking is £500.

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