From the wafting scent of spices and flowers to the vibrant colors of the natural landscape, Bali's beauty is intoxicating. Clear turquoise waters gently lap pristine white-sand beaches against a backdrop of rolling hillsides covered in rice paddies and looming volcanoes steeped in clouds, creating a tranquil and scenic environment. Intriguing temples and traditional villages punctuate tropical jungles and forests that teem with natural attractions and exotic wildlife, offering unique trekking opportunities on Bali and the neighboring island of Lombok. The enduring spirit and friendly nature of the Balinese people further enhances the profound and inspiring beauty of this incredible island.Browse Sample Trips
The island of Java represents the economic, political and cultural heartland of Indonesia. With a population of over 130 million, Java is home to more than half the population of the country. A string of rumbling volcanoes form the backbone of the island, sloping down to the sparkling blue coastline. Over the centuries devout Muslim, Hindu and Buddhist Javanese have created the marvelous temples that now dot the landscape, such as the ancient Buddhist temple of Borobudur. The busting metropolis of Jakarta acts as a base for invigorating mountain treks through the dense jungles nearby.Browse Sample Trips
The amount of diversity present on the islands of Indonesia is simply astounding. Borneo in particular is a land of immense natural wealth, with vast rain forests home to the endangered Borneo Orangutan, Sumatran Rhinoceros and the Pygmy Elephant. Borneo's dense rain forests are some of the oldest on the planet. Its coasts are heavy with mangrove swamps while the interior harbors low-land forests and dense highland jungle thick with wildlife found nowhere else on Earth. Although it takes up two-thirds of Borneo's landmass, the Kalimantan region is one of Indonesia's least visited provinces. An isolated jungle full of exotic bird life, orangutans, macaques and proboscis monkeys awaits the truly adventurous traveler.Browse Sample Trips
One of the highlights of any trip to Indonesia is an exploration of Komodo and Rinca Islands, home of the largest lizard on the planet; the Komodo Dragon. Take a small traditional sailboat to sail between the islands of Rinca and Komodo with stops for snorkeling in the crystal clear water and ranger-guided treks through the forested interior of both islands searching for the infamous 10 foot dragons in their natural habitat.Browse Sample Trips
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