Labuan Bajo tourist area is known for its natural panorama through its beach collection. However, there are many natural beauties beside Komodo National Park that have not been sufficiently exposed to the wider community, one of which is Goa Rangko.
Located in Boleng District, West Manggarai Regency, Goa Rangko is quite popular among tourists. Since sticking on Instagram, many tourists, both local and foreign tourists have flocked to Goa Rangko to enjoy its beauty.
Goa Rangko offers the charm of a sea cave with very clear springs. So clean, the water in Goa Rangko is bright blue, making it easy for us to see from underwater life without having to soak!
Quiet atmosphere with cool temperatures in the cave ready to anesthetize you, leaving an artistic impression. Although it’s quite dark to explore, you can enjoy the beautiful sunlight that breaks into the cave gap.
Decorated with charming corals, you can bathe and take photos from the rocks. Not bad, can show off through your Instagram feed to the closest people in cyberspace.
Well, because it is relatively new, Goa Rangko tourism is still difficult for many tourists to access. You even have to rent a fishing boat with a budget of Rp. 300.000 to get to Rangko Village, the place where this beautiful cave is located.
To reach the location of Goa Rangko, you must go to Rangko Village from Labuan Bajo using a land vehicle. It must be noted, the road access there cannot be said to be good to pass.
Arriving there, you can rent a motor boat that will deliver and pick up at Goa Rangko. The trip will take around 30 to 45 minutes, depending on the conditions of the waters.
You also have to continue the journey by walking down the beach in Rangko Village. In less than 10 minutes, you will be greeted with cave lips that look small enough to pass.
For the sake of your trip to Goa Rangko smoothly, it is highly recommended to hire a tour guide who is already familiar with the area. So, you can enjoy Goa Rango comfortably and safely.