Dive Timor Lorosae - Guest house & apartments

Author: Pasqualina Coffey  
Posted: 2011-03-20 00:00:00


Had a brilliant stay at Dive Timor Lorosae! The diving was amazing, the instructors awesome and everyone in between an absolute delight to meet.

Definitely would recommend a stay, a dive and a cold drink upstairs.

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Travelling to East Timor
Entering Timor Leste

There are currently no nationalities that will be denied entry to Timor Leste; likewise there are no stamps in your passport that will prevent you from entering.

Visas can be obtained on arrival through the airport. The cost is 30 USD for 30 days, which is payable in cash on arrival at Dili International Airport. Extensions on tourist visas can be obtained for up to 3 months.

By Air

Presidente Nicolau Lobato International Airport in Diliis the main international airport for East Timor. Major international airlines that serve Díli directly include:

From Darwin:

Airnorth flies daily to Dili from Darwin and with their new jet that can do the short trip in just 1 hour. Divers are encouraged to let them know of any excess luggage (cameras and dive gear) as there is a 20 kg limit.
Email: reservations@airnorth.com.au

From Singapore:

Air Timor flies three times per week to Singapore

From Bali:

Merparti flies daily from Bali to Dili. Online booking is available from outside Indonesia. Alternatively you an buy a ticket at Bali airport (at the domestic counter for Merparti)

Sriwijaya Air flies daily between Bali and Dili

By Land

Overland travelers departing from Kupang, West Timor’s main city need to take an eight-hour bus that drops them at Atambua. From there, they need to take a mikrolet (minibus) to Motoain and then walk 200 metres across the border to get to Timor Leste’s border town of Batugade. From Batugade to Díli is a four-hour ride by bus.

Buses to and from Díli stop running by mid-afternoon, so don’t get caught at the border where there are no places to stay. From Dili to Indonesia you will need an Indonesian visa before crossing the border into West Timor. These are obtainable from the Indonesian embassy in Dili.

Alternatively there is a through-bus service offered by two companies: Timor Tour & Travel and Paradise Travel – both operate a daily service between Díli and Kupang which takes 12 hours in an air-conditioned mini bus. Make sure you call in advance to make your booking.

-Timor Tour & Travel: calling from Díli +670 333 1014 / calling from Kupang +62 0380 881 543

-Paradise Travel: calling from Díli +670 728 6673 / calling from Kupang +62 0394 471 543

 
 
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