Discover all the small parts of Indonesia with a thousand wonders: Bali, Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Indonesian Papua, Sumatra, Nusa Tenggara, Moluccas!
Located between Java and Lombok, Bali is one of the small islands of the Sunda. This "island of the gods" covers more than 5,000km² and remains one of the smallest islands in the Indonesian archipelago. Its landscape is characterised by great diversity: white sandy beaches with magnificent coral reefs, sumptuous expanses of rice terraces or huge volcanoes among the hills surrounded by forests. Its lands include a natural size, the impressive volcano Agung called the "sea mountain" that dominates the view. Bali would not be Bali without its Ubud arts centre which has treasures of Balinese culture. Between traditional dance performances, ideal surf sports and relics of the past such as Tanah Lot, this destination is a call for new discoveries and adventures.
The most populated island in the area offers a very rich tropical nature, occupying nearly 30% of the territory. This heart of Indonesia is full of sprawling cities of all kinds like its capital Jakarta, incredible archaeological sites and a diversity of landscapes with a thousand colours. Cultural traditions persist over the years in sacred places such as Borobudur. In Yogyakarta, we find the cradle of civilisation in Buddhist temples or dedicated to Hinduism in the middle of a lush jungle and grandiose mountains and rice fields. Other natural wonders of the island: Ujung Kulon National Park, a natural sanctuary of Asian exotic wildlife or Sungai Citarik and the Green Valley near Pangandaran, perfect for body rafting. Not far from there, Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park in Central East Java boasts the largest volcanic region in the area. This island of the insulinde promises you beautiful explorations!
Known for the hospitality of its people, Kalimantan is distinguished by its cultural and natural wealth. From rainforests to vertiginous trees that are ideal for hiking, white water for adrenaline-filled rafting trips, this Indonesian part of Borneo is your adventure destination. You will discover in particular a huge variety of incredible animals: orangutans, acrobatic gibbons or hornbills; but also people with legends and breathtaking stories like the people of the Dayak living in longhouses who will offer you hospitality and scenery. This land of diamonds is also full of monuments in Pontianak, hundreds of Chinese temples in Singkawang in the West and sacred places in Palangkaraya. You will share enriching moments in Banjarmasin, haunt of the urban culture of the region or on the archipelago Derawan with breathtaking marine life.
East of Borneo, a land lined with coral reef-rich beaches, giant mountains and thick jungle, Sulawesi attracts with its natural and cultural richness but also with the diversity of its population. The Toraja, Minahasa or Bugis live in the heart of flowery and colourful landscapes with abundant wildlife and endemic species. Among these marvels of nature, Bunaken offers an incredible dive spot. Poso Lake is home to unlikely fish species North of the Southern Toraja Highlands. In addition, you will find the largest number of reef and fish species in the world with the largest coral reef in Indonesia in the Wakatobi Marine National Park. In the same atmosphere, Pulu, the capital of the province offers beautiful white sand beaches and beautiful coral reefs. Do not miss: Kendari, the orchid-shaped island in the South-East or the Anoa dwarf buffalo!
This Island of Western New Guinea is a destination for travellers seeking authenticity and adventure. At the heart of legends and traditions, discover tribal traditions and ancestral rites transmitted from generation to generation under a pleasant tropical climate. At the pace of local festivities, mountain treks in the Baliem Valley, or the highest mountain in Indonesia and all of Oceania in Puncak Jaya, promise you unforgettable moments. This incredible corner is also home to mysterious and rare birds to admire. Your stay would not be complete without a trip to the Raja Ampat Islands, a true marine paradise with crystal clear waters and the perfect spot for colourful dives.
In Indonesia's West Indulinde, Sumatra is one of the largest islands in the world. It is attractive for its important volcanic activity, but also for the diversity of its amazing fauna and flora like the outstanding Rafflesia Arnoldii flower. This is still a wild territory with lush vegetation where orangutans, tigers and rhinoceros live, and is an ideal space for sports activities such as hiking or trekking but also to discover the huge crater Lake Toba, a natural wonder. And, for the more adventurous, Mount Kerinci awaits you in the paradise of mountaineers on the highest mountain of the island or in the remarkable gorge of Ngarai Sianok in Bukittinggi with its giant cliffs and spectacular mountains. Moreover, this territory displays an impressive mosaic of people, between Muslims and Christians to discover during your trip in search of historical remains and unusual places like "The Venice of the East" in Palembang or Padang, the Gateway to the highlands and Minang.
These small islands of the Sunda are part of the archipelago of Southeast Asia. They offer incredible geographic, biological and cultural intertwining with splendid unspoilt beaches, beautiful diving spots and even pink beaches with schools of sharks and rays. The culture it contains will interest you inevitably. In the heart of traditions and rooted ancestral rites, you will discover remote villages with houses in the form of hives or the sacred volcano of North Lombok, Gunung Rinjani. Another great discovery: the Komodo dragons are to be admired in the Komodo National Park. This crossing of lands of legends will leave you speechless!
With its equatorial landscape in Eastern Indonesia, the Moluccas conserve their exceptional and varied nature. They are full of the most extraordinary fauna and flora but are particularly active volcanoes. These spice islands offer marvellous natural sights: admire turtles or sharks off Pulau Hatta, swim in a sparkling sapphire sea in the heart of coral and colourful marine life or even rave in front of the spectacular Mount from Mamuya to Halmahera, the largest island in the Moluccas. For history and cooking buffs: Ternate and Tidore are for you! And more, Banda Neira is a must stop! Known for the legendary Myristica trees that created the amazing spices, it is amazing.