Known internationally as the place to go for beach holidays in Indonesia, Bali offers plenty more besides that classic sun and sand experience, with the island’s rich cultural diversity, welcoming locals, archaeological sites, and cuisine adding to the appeal of the picturesque and lively coastline.
The political and economic center of the country, Jakarta is the Capital Country and Java includes many of the major urban centers in Indonesia, each with its own set of galleries and museums, stylish restaurants, and historical attractions, as well as some of the wildest and richest landscapes in the country.
The islands of West Nusa Tenggara offer adventure and relaxation, with tourist-focused towns providing access to popular offshore dive sites, seafood restaurants, and excursions, as well as more remote, traditional villages rich in culture and history, surrounded by thick, wild jungle.
The wild, untamed landscape of Sumatra provides the setting for many adventurous Indonesia itineraries, with smoking volcanic craters towering over unspoiled areas of jungle, home to orangutans, rhinos, elephants, and tigers.
Sulawesi offers access to many beaches and offshore reefs, while its mountainous interior features jungles unspoiled by human interference.
An archipelago known for its volcanic craters and arid climate, East Nusa Tenggara provides a fitting habitat for the Komodo dragon.
Kalimantan, the Indonesian part of Borneo, is home to a startlingly large range of wildlife, with visitors drawn particularly towards the swathes of humid rainforest inhabited by orangutans.
The many islands of Riau Islands Province hide sheltered bays ideal for snorkeling and diving, as well as centuries-old fishing villages where a traditional, agricultural way of life is preserved.
Maluku Islands: Once a center of the spice trade, Maluku Islands fell from international focus in the 18th century, allowing the diverse landscape and richness of wildlife to recover and a feeling of remoteness and adventure to take hold.
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