Indonesia is home to some of the world’s wildest, most untamed frontiers and offers a vast array of tours and facilities of ever increasing specialization. Through targeted experiences that encourage interaction, guests discover and learn more about Indonesia, becoming a member of the community and sharing moments on a deep, meaningful level.
Bali is a colorful land covered in verdant hills and mountains, with a rugged coastline and sandy beaches leading to emerald green rice terraces. Climb aboard Bali’s most funky mode of transport, the classic open-top VW Jeep and cruise past lush rice paddies with ocean views.
East Java is rugged and raw, home to steaming volcanoes, plateaus and wild national parks. The opportunities for adventure are endless and photographers will delight in the never-ending panoramic views. The Ijen Crater sits within a region of volcanic activity, the scenery is incredibly diverse as travelers proceed past rural villages and plantations while traveling through tropical rainforests.
Sumatra is situated in Western Indonesia and at 470,000 square kilometers in size, is the sixth largest island in the world. The climate is tropical, hot and humid, propagating abundant and energized, life-fueling rainforests. Lake Toba is a large volcanic lake located in the center of Northern Sumatra.
An unforgettable experience with sun drenched mornings and cool tropical evenings spent exploring one of the world’s most famous island groups.
Situated on the western side of the island of New Guinea, the Baliem Valley is located in the central highlands of Papua and although remote and difficult to get to, it is one of the more accessible of Papua’s tribal destinations.