Holidaying in Indonesia
Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world, and one of it's favourite tourist destinations.
This huge country, with a population exceeding 240 million, consisting of more than 200 ethnic groups, is a land of culture and contrasts.
Indonesia's rich culture is incredibly diverse, varying from region to region. One thing that doesn't change though is the friendliness of the locals, you'll be welcomed warmly, graciously wherever you travel in this land of paradisiacal islands.
The most famous of Indonesia's islands, the jewel in it's crown is Bali.
The 'Island of the Gods' is famed for it's wonderful landscapes, rugged mountains draped in a carpet of lush greenery, beautiful white-sand beaches and incredibly beautiful rice terraces.
Bali's Hindu culture permeates every part of life here. From the elegant and ornate temples and places of worship that abound here to the ubiquitous offerings to the gods, the tiny palm leaf trays that house flowers and incense, Bali's religious identity is all around.
Indonesia's fertile and beautiful landscape and it's surrounding waters, rich in minerals has created the perfect habitat for a wondrous range of unique fora and fauna.
The huge rainforests of Sumatra are home to some of the world's rarest animal and plant species. Tigers, Orang Utans, Clouded Leopards and Proboscis Monkeys make these dense, verdant forests their home.
Indonesia's islands of Flores, Rinca and Gili Motang are where you'll find the giant and fascinating Komodo Dragons.
The wealth of things to see and do here in Indonesia is pretty much endless. From relaxing beach holidays to great adventures in tropical jungle and everything else in between, you'll find these unique, beautiful, diverse and enchanting islands deliver on all levels.