One of Indonesia’s largest islands, Sulawesi’s rich mythical cultures, mountainous highlands, stunning lakes, ancient megaliths and spectacular endemic wildlife, make it a destination not to be passed up.
Modular options lasting one to three weeks open up south, central and north Sulawesi to travellers with a passion for going off the beaten track in Southeast Asia.
A vast emerald-green rice plain surrounded by imposing mountains and soft rolling hills, the Bada Valley is a forgotten world of ancient magical megaliths and endemic wildlife, rarely explored by outsiders.
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Fifth Khiri office in Indonesia opens new tour options across the Indonesian archipelago from Kalimantan through Sulawesi, to the Moluccas and Papua.