With 17,000 islands spanning 5,000km east to west and 2,000km north to south, Indonesia offers amazing variety. Most tourists never venture beyond Jakarta and Bali, but that overlooks the almost endless variety of landscape, creatures, climates, cultures and travel possibilities. Step outside the tourist traps where few bules (pronounced boo-lay, meaning foreigner) venture, where local communities will welcome you with open arms, and people help each other just because. The places you can go to in Indonesia will warm your heart.
Just the Weekend | 2-3 days
Venture to the Toraja Highlands for a cultural experience and some cooler climates in Southeast Asia
Just outside Makassar are some unexpected landscapes and history.
This is a great mixture of trekking to some panorama views and visiting deserted islands.
Longer Holidays | 4-6 Days
Travel overland Flores Island to explore villages lost in time, multi-coloured volcanic lakes, and beautiful rice fields.
Alor is exposed to the Banda Sea and you can expect just about anything here! Macros and pelagics for everyone!
Alor Island is the furthest east on the Nusa Tenggara chain and every day will bring some nice surprises.