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Traveling in Timor is relatively safe, especially when accompanied by locals. Please avoid wearing expensive jewelry and carrying around large sums of money.

Depending on your nationality, you may need a visa to visit. This visa can be purchased at the airport, but please check the entry requirements for your particular country online beforehand.

It is important to understand that the culture is different here. To respect local values, please dress more conservatively, try not to assess the country with western ideals, and ask permission before you take photos.

Most people speak Tetun, Portuguese, or Bahasa Indonesian. There are many local languages, not many people speak English but your local guide will translate for you throughout the trip.

We will be staying in a variety of comfortable hotels and homestays.

We include hikes in all our itineraries, sometimes they are an optional addition. We ask that guests are comfortable with walking for 2 hours at a time.

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