Hikers climbing Mount Batur

Indonesia Travel Guide

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Indonesia in a few words...

Indonesia is a collection of more than 17,000 islands and over 140 volcanoes. In fact, it has more active volcanoes than any other country in the world. Travellers here can discover the ancient temples of Java and Bali, enjoy boat tours in Komodo National Park and immerse themselves in the unique culture of the Yali and Dani tribes. The landscapes are incredibly diverse, from the turquoise waters and white sand of the beaches to the vibrant green rice fields and barren volcanic craters making your trekking adventure in Indonesia unforgettable. The country offers a wealth possibilities for adventure sport lovers including rafting, diving, canyoning and mountain biking.

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Volcanic peaks, white sand beaches, dense jungle and ancient temples, there is so much to see and experience here. There is an Indonesian proverb that states "Rice is much better when you eat it together". The one thing that you are guaranteed to realize on your trip to Indonesia is that, despite the incredible natural wonders, the welcome we receive from local people in their homes and communities is always the true highlight of any adventure.

Highlights in Indonesia

Clear waters of Menjangan Island, Indonesia


The Island of the Gods is a destination full of surprises, and despite its tourist success, manages to keep all its authenticity, especially in the countryside and villages. On Bali you can find the volcanoes of Batukaru and Batur as well as the famous Kuta Beach and chill out island of Menjangan.

Vulcano Ijen, in Java oriental


The most populous island in Indonesia, Java is nonetheless full of natural treasures, in particular its many active volcanoes such as Bromo, Ijen and Semeru. The island is also home to the famous temple sites of Prambananan and Borobodur.

Waterfall in North Sumatra


The island of Sumatra is one of the largest in the archipelago. It is above all known for the Gunung Leuser Park, one of the last sanctuaries where orangutans can live in peace while being protected from deforestation. Trekking through the dense jungle, accompanied by a ranger and coming face to face with one of these peaceful primates is an exceptional experience.

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