Travelling to tropical Timor-Leste: trailer

Blessed with spectacular natural riches, Timor-Leste is moving on from its struggle for freedom, and is emerging as a tropical destination with much to offer intrepid travellers
By Australian Geographic Explores August 26, 2015 Reading Time: < 1

Just a 90-minute flight across the Timor Sea from Darwin, Timor-Leste is one of Australia’s closest neighbours. The island of Timor is the largest of the Lesser Sunda Islands, with the western half belonging to Indonesia and the eastern half to Timor. It is mountainous and thickly vegetated, with relief from the rugged terrain provided only by the magnificent coastline, where white sandy beaches meet crystal-clear waters fringed by tropical coral reefs.

Watch the teaser above for the Australian Geographic Explores travel documentary on Timor-Leste.

Read the story in #128 of Australian Geographic.