The stunning scenery and diverse cultural heritage of Flores, offer all sorts of possibilities for adventure, from trekking to see the island’s isolated indigenous tribes to scaling awe-inspiring volcanoes.
Nearly 40 years ago, when some of the first foreigners began traveling to the Indonesian Island of Lombok, a local English teacher was their first contact; today Mr Radiah is still welcoming visitors.
If you’re looking for a true island getaway, then there’s no better place to start than Bali’s eastern neighbour, Lombok,
Indonesia’s diversity ensures it endless potential as a holiday destination, like the islands of Karimunjava, a new beach idyll of extraordinary beauty in the Karimunjava National Park.
Kotagede, a historic neighborhood of Yogyakarta, is the perfect place to get lost in; wondering down its maze of alleyways, narrow streets, exploring what was once the splendor of Java’s Mataram Kingdom.
Known as the home of the former Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre, Sumatra’s Gunung Leuser National Park is a World Heritage-listed tropical rainforest with the world’s largest population of Orangutans.
Experience the Pasola, or mounted spear-fighting competition, which takes place on the uniquely spiritual island of Sumba, where animist beliefs and ancestral worship are still practiced to this day.
If you’re looking for real eco-adventure then head to Lombok, an island dominated by spectacular Mount Rinjani,
Visit the awe-inspiring mountains of Bali’s north where immense volcanoes have created secluded giant lakes – a wonderful nature haven with all sorts of outdoor adventure activities for the family.
Famed for their tongkonan houses, animist beliefs and elaborate funeral rituals, the Torajan people of South Sulawesi’s highlands are also expert coffee growers, producing a highly sort-after Arabica.