Khiri Travel Indonesia clients and staff report that all clients and staff are safe.
Tanjung Puting National Park in Central Borneo is a remarkable place – a protected tropical coastal heath and peat-swamp forest that is home of the unique, iconic Bornean orangutan and other rare species of wildlife.
In support of World Oceans Day, Khiri Travel Indonesia has launched a conservation and restoration project on Gili Gede, a tiny island paradise off southwest Lombok, aimed at preventing its environmental degradation.
In partnership with the Hula Hoop Bungalows, Khiri Travel’s charitable arm will help Gili Gede villagers in Lombok, Indonesia, reduce plastic consumption and replant mangroves.
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.
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.
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.
Travel writer Andrew Wood reports on his most recent adventure in Bali. Discover his new travel secrets and experiences. There’s much to discover. A seasoned traveller he always find something new to experience. Join him on his latest adventure.
Fifth Khiri office in Indonesia opens new tour options across the Indonesian archipelago from Kalimantan through Sulawesi, to the Moluccas and Papua.
The untouched islands of Wakatobi have long been known for their spectacular diving, but there is so much more to be discovered in the magic of the local culture, with Khiri Travel’s unique itinerary.