The magnificent Borobudur temple is the world’s biggest Buddhist monument, an ancient site widely considered to be one of the world’s seven wonders.
The Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park covers a massive area of 800 square kilometres in the centre of East Java. For anyone with an interest in volcanoes, a visit to the park is a must.
The last sanctuary of the Javan rhinoceros, the Ujung Kulon National Park together with the awesome Krakatau volcano is a Natural World Heritage Site by UNESCO
Discover Tanjung Puting National Park is home to an amazing array of wildlife including it’s world famous orang utans.
As the largest Hindu temple in Southeast Asia, the beautiful and graceful temple of Prambanan is a magnificent spectacle and an icon of Indonesia’s cultural heritage.
Surrounded by a landscape of lush coffee plantations and dramatic volcanic landscapes, Ijen Plateau is a quiet but active volcano with a stunning natural beauty.
The park is home to black macaques, cuscuses and tarsiers, maleo birds and endemic red-knobbed hornbills, among other fauna, and rare type of rainforest flora.
“Discovered” and opened to the world from their long isolation only since the beginning of the last century, the Toraja today still adhere to their age-old beliefs, rituals and traditions.
The amazing walls of the Bunaken Marine Park teams with thousands of different fish species, with huge sponges and beautiful hard corals, and countless number of fascinating critters.
Lembeh Strait is one of the best spot in the world for Macro Underwater Photography and Muck Diving
As if the lush jungle filled with butterflies larger than a human hand, impressive hornbills, and shy tarsiers, Lore Lindu is also home to several indigenous tribes and is famous for its megalithic statues.
Legendary underwater explorer and conservationist, Jacques Cousteau is said to have called the Wakatobi islands an “Underwater Nirwana”
The natural beauty of this archipelago and genuine warmth of the local people are sure to capture your heart and leave you with unforgettable memories of your trip to slice of heaven.
The fabled Banda islands are only a tiny cluster of islands, perched on the rim of Indonesia's deepest underwater gorge, the Banda Sea, where waters can reach depths of over 6,500 meters.
These volcanic islands are inhabited by a population of around 5,700 giant lizards, called 'Komodo dragons'. Green vegetation contrast starkly with the brilliant white sandy beaches and the blue waters surging over coral.
With divine beaches, the majestic Mt Rinjani and spectacular marine life to discover, the island of Lombok in West Nusa Tenggara has no shortage of attractions both in and out of the water.
White sandy beaches. Tropical coral reefs. Warm inviting waters. All this awaits you on the Gili islands. A couple of days on the beautiful Gili Islands is a wonderful way to end your Indonesia trip.
Breathtaking sceneries with many opportunities to relax & rejuvenate.Experience a haven of tranquility in Ubud, Bali.
The Gunung Leuser National Park in Sumatra, Indonesia, is the place to see wild Orangutan in their natural setting such as the rainforest.
For many people Bali is the beach and it would be hard to imagine any other place on earth where land, sea and sky have combined to produce so many utterly breathtaking strips of sand of such total variety.
Experience the real adventure into the deepest jungle of Indonesia, explore the rain forest and take the opportunity to meet real cannibals.
As stunningly beautiful above water as it is below, Raja Ampat has a startling diversity of habitats to explore.
That isolated piece of South Kalimantan’s paradise is known as Loksado, where the well preserved indigenous Dayak culture meets the stunning natural landscape.
Derawan Archipelago are the tropical Islands you come to Southeast Asia dreaming about. The islands have a rich coral reefs, big green turtles, white sandy beaches and emerald green waters.