Bajawa, Indonesia

Hotels in Bajawa

Bajawa Accommodations (4)
Korina Hotel Bajawa

Korina Hotel Bajawa

2.50 38 reviews

Jl. A. Yani no. 81, Bajawa, Indonesia

Villa Silverin Bajawa

Villa Silverin Bajawa

3.00 76 reviews

Samping Pura Hindu, Wolokole Jln. Bajawa, Bajawa, Indonesia

Bintang Wisata Bajawa

Bintang Wisata Bajawa

2.50 75 reviews

JL Palapa 04 Ngedukelu, Bajawa, Indonesia

Travel Blogs from Bajawa

Bajawa Travel Blogs (85)
Motorbike touring the back roads of Bajawa., Bajawa, Indonesia travel blog

Motorbike touring the back roads of Bajawa.

A travel blog entry by markandjade

This is a top pick!

Highlights. Ojek tour around Bajawa. We paid for 2 guys to give us a tour of the surrounding area of Bajawa using their bikes. This was a much cheaper way of doing it rather than a private car plus it was a lot more fun. The guy who explained everything ...

Overnight in Bajawa, Bajawa,  Indonesia travel blog

Overnight in Bajawa

A travel blog entry by faff

This is a top pick!

... Komodo dragons in the wild), with our boat journey back to Lombok. Unfortunately, there were no options other than local bus to Bajawa. We didn't exactly relish the idea but we could not afford to spend another day in LB given our new time constraints. ...

Bajawa, Indonesia: See ya Later Dutchies, East Manggarai, Indonesia travel blog

Bajawa, Indonesia: See ya Later Dutchies

A travel blog entry by samber

This is a top pick!

... lived when we were told that was where the first bus terminated and we would have to wait 2 HOURS for the onward bus to Bajawa. So much for a direct bus. The number of things that pop up in the fine print once on the road is amazing - unscheduled fees, ...

Christmas in Flores (Bajawa and Moni), Bajawa, Indonesia travel blog

Christmas in Flores (Bajawa and Moni)

A travel blog entry by worldofbintang

This is a top pick!

... treated to 3 circuits of the town before leaving to make sure we picked up every last passenger possible. The 10hour ride to Bajawa was along a winding road through scenic green mountains for most of the way.. which meant lots of plastic bags were needed ...