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Kelebba Maja

Kelebba Maja on Sabu Island is also called Sawu Island is an engraved cliff eroded by water and has a gradation of maroon, pink, brown and gray which is increasingly visible when struck by sunlight as a shrine to Madja god in Kelanalalu Village, Wadu Medi Sub-district, Hawu Mehara District, Sabu Raijua Regency, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia.

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Kelebba Maja is a colorful dramatic ornament formed in a valley with cliffs engraved on Sabu Island where the stone pillars are pink with musk-shaped, crimson-shaped peaks that symbolize religion. Sabu Island is Indonesia's outermost island in the south and not far from the Australian border.

The indigenous people have a related religion Kelebba Maja as the home of the Maja god where three large stones symbolize the father, mother and child. The area is surrounded by granite rocks where a stone in the middle of the formation is made altar sacrificial offerings for the god for safety and fertility.

Rituals are usually held in July during a full moon where residents will provide a variety of offerings including sorghum, green beans and red chicken. Kelabba Maja is a combination of two words where Ke'labba means ash and Madja is the name of the god.

Kelabba Maja is not a tourist place in general. The location is still hidden and as a sacred place by the local community until now. Travelers visiting must be accompanied by guides or residents of Sabu. Travelers are also not allowed to climb rock tops.

Traditional houses are bamboo-walled and roofed with weeds and the community generally maintains cows, horses and sheep grazing in the hills in a panoramic background of the blue sea stretching in the distance. A hidden world like untouched modernization. Kelebba Maja is ornate gradation-colored cliff to worship the Madja god

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Location: Kelanalalu Village, Wadu Medi Village Sub-district, Hawu Mehara District, Sabu Raijua Regency, East Nusa Tenggara.

Routes and public transport: All flights to Tardamu Airport in Seba City on Sabu Island, then overland journey to Kelebba Maja. Another alternative is the flight to El Tari International Airport in Kupang City, then using a speedboat or longboat from Tenau Port to Sabu Island for about 4 hours.

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