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Cruises visiting Alor Island & all Alor Island cruises for  2019

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Alor is the largest island in the Alor archipelago, located at the eastern-most end of the chain of islands that runs through southern Indonesia. The island is of volcanic origin with very rugged terrain, and the only town, Kalabahi, is located on the flat area facing the main harbour. The archipelago offers some of the best snorkelling and diving in Indonesia, but due to intriguing and often very strong currents it is best to snorkel or dive with someone who knows the area well. The indigenous tribal groups are renowned for their Moko drum culture, and the hilltop village of Takpala is one of their communities.

The bronze Moko drums, which date back to the 15th-century, are an integral part of customary laws and the monetary system. Traditionally, the bronze drums are negotiated and traded for the price of a bride and other ritual ceremonies. Some of the people have a weaving tradition and produce ikat, while others have a custom of wearing bark cloth. The people that dwell on the coast and around the area of Alor Kecil make their living by fishing and some are descended from the Bugis traders who first came to the island in the 17th century.

Alor diving is known as the best in the world. With its smoldering volcanoes reaching down into crystal clear waters fringed with pristine coral reefs, coconut fringed pure white sandy beaches and traditional villages built half way up mountains, the scenery is as spectacular above as it is below the waterline. Alor Island is so mountainous that it is almost impossible to pass from one side to the other, and many of the villagers on the island itself can only transport themselves via small wooden ferries. The eight distinct dialects and more than 50 sub-dialects spoken today testify to the diversity of Alor.

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