HOW TO GET TO DILI
The main capital of Timor-Leste
Dili, the capital city, is connected with direct international air services almost every day. The current options are; from Despansar (Bali) and Jakarta (Indonesia) with CITILINK, from Darwin (Australia), QANTAS and AIRNORTH, and from West Timor (Indonesia) and Singapore (only on sunday), with AIR TIMOR.
Most nacionalities will be ask for a visa upon arrival at Dili airport, and it is needed to pay 30USD for it.
Timor-Leste is a young country, still facing a lot of changes. Some of the information above, may not be available throughout the rest of the year and could change from one day to another.
If you want us to take care of organizing your trip, just contact on the link bellow, and we will do everything possible so you arrive in Timor Leste easily.
There is some options for you to get transport from the airport. If you book with a residence or Hotel, you might arrange a pick up. There is also yellow and blue taxis which you can use to move thought the city. The microlet line it's the option that most of the locals use for transportation, but to found one you need to walk at least 20 minutes from the airport, and being able to communicate with timorese people to know which number suits you. For this last options it is recommendable have some coins.
If you book with us, we are the ones picking you up at the airport.
EXPLORE THE UNDISCOVERED
Timor-Leste is one of the youngest nations in the world gaining independence only in 2002, after being colonized for over 400 years. The Timor Sea separates the island from Australia to the south and Indonesian provinces to the west, and stunning underwater landscapes is one of the top highlights of what this country has to offer. So what can you expect when you explore Timor-Leste’s oceans with Compass Diving?