The Essential
Wogo, 18km southeast of Bajawa, stands in a site that follows the traditional layout: two rows of bamboo houses with thatched roofs encircle a wide esplanade dotted with ngadhu and bhaga. The original village, Wogo Lama, was abandoned in preference for the current, more favourable, site, but one can still make out the old square, a carpet of wild grass scattered with upright stones. Be sure to take in the splendid panoramic view from the hamlet of Wogo Lama below and the neighbouring hot water spring.