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Kayaking, treking, surfing, rock climbing ... these are only some of the many exhilarating adventures that are on offer in Indonesia. From white water rafting down the rapids of the Maiting River in Sulawesi to climbing the peaks of one of the world’s most famous volcanos at Krakatau, Indonesia has enough thrilling adventures to keep any adrenaline junkie busy. Discover a whole new world of excitement as you climb active volcanos and take in the awe-inspiring views. For those who are flexible enough to get in tight spaces and don’t mind the dark, explore the caves of Java where you will see some unique rock formations that are sure to make your jaw drop. As you make your way around the country, surf some of the world’s biggest swells in North Sumatra or hike the high snowcapped peaks of the mountains of Papua. For hikers who don’t mind a bit of rough travel, get off the beaten track in the jungle in Kalimantan where you will meet the Dayak people, search for wildlife and get up close and personal with wild orang utans. Come to Indonesia and you will get an unfrogettable experience of excitement, adventure and fun.

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  • Kendari : Entry Point to Southeast Sulawesi’s Wonders

    Sulawesi Tenggara (Southeast Sulawesi,) is on one of the world’s most uniquely shaped islands, often referred to as the “Orchid Shaped Island.” Today, Sulawesi is divided into six provinces, one of them being Southeast Sulawesi, covering the lower eastern “petal” of this beautiful island.  The city of Kendari is its capital which lies on the east coast of the peninsula and is the starting point to any adventure...

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    Location: Sulawesi » South East Sulawesi » Kota Kendari

     
    Bitung : Manado’s Eco-friendly Port

    Bitung : Manado’s Eco-friendly Port

    On the north eastern peninsula of the island of Sulawesi that forms the Province of North Sulawesi ,  lies the port of  Bitung facing the Moluccas Strait. This is  the harbour of Manado that has lately made rapid strides in development. The name Bitung refers to the lines of vegetation decorating its coastline but another source says that  the name Bitung, in fact, is  derived from the word Balisung,  which...

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    Location: Sulawesi » North Sulawesi » Kota Bitung

     

    The Tandurusa Zoological Gardens: Park for Sulawesi’s Endemic Animals

    If you wish to see Sulawesi’s many strange animals, like the cute little tarsiers, the maleo birds, macaques and others,  but do not have the time nor the patience to hike into the forests, then your answer must surely be a visit to the Tandurusa Zoological Gardens in the city of Bitung, the harbor city of Manado, capital of North Sulawesi province.     The Tandurusa Park , located in the Tandurusa area in the subdistrict...

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    Location: Sulawesi » North Sulawesi » Kota Bitung

     
    Sorong

    Sorong

    The town of Sorong, located on the “beak” of the Bird’s Head Peninsula in West Papua is the departure point for your visit to the fabulous Raja Ampat marine park. The word “Sorong” is said to originate from the local Soreri language meaning “deep and turbulent seas”. Mountains, hills, lowlands, and protected forests securely surround the town. As a port, its inhabitants come from multi-ethnic descent...

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    Location: Papua » West Papua

     
  • Carstensz Pyramid

    Carstensz Pyramid

    Heinrich Harrer, famed author of the book Seven Years in Tibet, had always been fascinated by the Jayawijaya Peak in Papua. And so, some 12 years after returning from Tibet in 1950, Heinrich Harrer together with three friends, Temple, Kippax and Huizinga, decided to conquer the Peak,. In 1962 they became the first climbers to ever reach the top of the Carstensz (Jayawijaya) Peak, one of the 7 highest mountains in the world.  The Jayawijaya...

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    Location: Papua » Papua

     
    THE ASMAT: Papua’s famed Woodcarvers

    THE ASMAT: Papua’s famed Woodcarvers

    The wide south-east swath of land of the Indonesian part of the island of Papua comprises flat plains overgrown with mangrove forests serrated by many rivers. These plains lie so low that at high tide during the rainy season, sea water penetrates some two kilometers inland and flows back out to two km to sea at low tide. During low tide the plains are muddy and impassable. This is the largest alluvial swamp in the world, a low-lying territory of...

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    Location: Papua » Papua » Kab. Asmat

     
    Ulun Danu Beratan: iconic Temple on Lake Beratan in the Bedugul Highlands

    Ulun Danu Beratan: iconic Temple on Lake Beratan in the Bedugul Highlands

    Set within the highlands of the mountainous Bedugul Regency in Bali, atop a plateau that sits on Lake Beratan, stands the majestic Ulun Danu Temple. In the mild, mountain weather, approximately 1,500 meters above sea level, the air is crisp and cool. The stunningly clear lake is calm and almost perfectly still, save for the soft breeze that occasionally sweeps across, creating tiny ripples upon its surface. A thin mist rises from the lake and...

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    Location: Bali » Bali, Kab. Tabanan

     
    West Bali National Park: Sanctuary of the Exotic White Bali Starling

    West Bali National Park: Sanctuary of the Exotic White Bali Starling

    Unspoilt beauty lies at the west end of the fabled island of Bali: lush green forests, picturesque mountain range, crystal clear blue water, and vast stretches of pristine beaches, those are what await at the West Bali National Park. Home to over a hundred species of wildlife, the national park is best kown as the sanctuary of the exotic white Bali Starling, an endemic iconic bird of the island of the gods. Located in the most north-westerly...

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    Location: Bali » Bali, Kab. Buleleng

     
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