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Rote: Surfing on Another Paradise (6D/5N)

Tour Code: C2I-ROTE01

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Rote surfing is a quite different experience from the most known surfing destinations in Indonesia such as Bali and Sumatra. This remote island on the southern archipelago offers great surf in pristine surrounding. Not only that, with its incredible culture and people, marvelous beaches and magnificent land-spaces, Rote indeed has a special magic where you will find yourself lost in time.

  • 5 Nights
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Pickup: Rote Island, East Nusa Tenggara (RTI)
Itinerary: Rote - Surfing on Another Paradise


Welcome to Rote! Another paradise on the southern Indonesian archipelago.

Upon your arrival in Rote, we will head directly to our hotel. Refresh and set your eye for one of the most stunning sunset by the beach.

Meals: Dinner

Accommodation: Anugrah Surf Resort – Premium Room 


These days are dedicated for you to enjoy the magnificent breaks at Nemberala Beach.

Nemberala is the most popular break in Rote, it is also known as T-Land by the surfers. Nemberala is a softer surfing spot and more “user friendly” wave. The reef is approximately 350 meters long and broken into four separate possible take off zones; from top to bottom: The Point, The Steeple, Magic Mountain and Inner-tubes. Nemberala is a wave magnet, focusing all swells of a southerly direction and takes the predominant trade wind as off-shore. This wave can also be very good both early and late season when the winds are more light and variable in nature.  The reef is non-threatening and the wave is not tide dependent, often better at low tide then high.

Meals: Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner

Accommodation: Anugrah Surf Resort – Premium Room



Today is your last day in this paradise island. After breakfast, we will take you to the airport to catch your flight to the next destination. Thank you for enjoying Rote surfing through the hands of Come2Indonesia. Sampai jumpa!

Meals: Breakfast 


Photos: Rote - Surfing on Another Paradise

Price Includes

  • Roundtrip flight between Kupang & Rote
  • Accommodation and meals according to the itinerary
  • Transportation and visits according to the itinerary
  • Entrance fees and tickets for excursions visited in the itinerary
  • English speaking guide throughout the journey

Price Excludes

  • Other flights
  • Visa & airport taxes
  • Photo/video camera fees
  • Porters for your luggage
  • Personal expenses type: laundry, soft drinks, alcohol, tips, etc.
  • Extra expenses due to problems greater than our control, such as flight cancellations, natural disaster, etc
  • Everything that is not mentioned in the inclusion
Map: Rote - Surfing on Another Paradise


How do I get to Rote?

There are two option to get to Rote from Kupang, by boat and by airplane. Our tour package already has return air tickets Kupang – Rote – Kupang included. If you need assistance to book the air ticket from your any place in Indonesia to Kupang, do let us know. We will be happy to assist.

When is the best time to come to Rote?

Temperature in Rote island is vary depends on the season. It is most of the time humid and hot, as the other part of Indonesia. July and August would be the coolest months with steady breeze up to 25 degrees but not below.

Shoulder season between March/April and October/November normally warmer with less winds which makes these months are very ideal to visit Rote, especially if you are looking for beach vacation on a remote island.

How safe is Rote?

The people of Rote are very friendly, helpful, and they very much respect other’s believe. The criminal rate in the island is also considered very low considering it is a small closed community and the access to go in and out of the islands both by air and water are very well controlled by the authority.

On the geographical term, Rote is actually very strategic as it is located on the exact opposite location of where the Tsunami normally occurs. There is never been Tsunami in Rote and it is very unusual for this to happen to the island.

How do I get connected to the world?

You may get a SIM card by Indonesian phone provider Telkomsel or XL prior to depart to Rote, there is 4G all around the island.

Are there ATM machines and money changers on the island?

You may withdraw money from ATM machines in several banks without a problem, and a local bank offers money changer services. However, withdrawing cash in local currency before arrival to the island would be recommended to avoid trouble in case machines or money change do not work properly. Yes, bring cash.

What to bring to Rote?

Pack your bag lightly yet classy, as you will be (most of the time) in a remote tropical beaches. Swimsuit, thongs, sunglasses and sunscreen are must, but you may want to our ultimate packing list for Rote:

  • light shirt and light shorts/long pants
  • light sweatshirt for the cooler nights and boat trip
  • walking shoes for excursions
  • good pair of sandals
  • hat or scarf to cover your head from Rote’s sun
  • books for lazy afternoons while waiting for sunset
  • camera (or phone with good camera will do)
  • medical and travel insurance
  • rash guard
  • bring your own food if you special diet as Rote have limited sources
  • ear plugs, if you are a light sleeper
  • mosquito spray
  • if you come to surf, bring along your boards, wax, fin keys, extra leg-rope

Can I rent surfboard and learn surf in Rote?

If you do not feel like bringing your own board, there is a surfboard rental service in Nemberala, alternatively you can also get the boards from various surf instructors around the island.

Is there any nightlife in Rote?

Plenty! Though it’s not the kind of clubs and partying 🙂

You can go for a beach-walk or take a dip in the sea with the view of thousand stars.

Are there mosquitoes?

Rote is considered to have a low rainfall, consequently there are also few mosquitos on the island, although if you traveling on rainy season this may not be the case. But this is common case in a tropical area, so simply make sure to have a good mosquito repellent with you and get any protection need on dusk, when the mosquitos are normally out.


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