Travel to Indonesia

Indonesia is a sprawling archipelago of over 16,000 islands and uncountable adventures, more than what you can explore in one time.
Home to hundreds of distinct native ethnic and linguistic groups, a huge range of flora and fauna as well as incredible and unlimited nature such as deep sea and pristine beaches or forests and mountains. This country has something for everyone.



Indonesia’s Capital, Jakarta, lies on the northwest coast of Java, The sheer size and frenetic pace of Jakarta can sometimes make it feel like a city unraveling at the seams.
Jakarta can be so hectic sometimes, with everything that one would imagine it to be; the immense network of highways, roads and lanes are packed with vehicles and scooters, and the ultra-modern skyscrapers, luxurious shopping malls and amusement,
but it surely has a lot of things to offer.


Yogyakarta is a beautiful place in Indonesia, is a great foodie destination, there are tons of different types of street food, some that can only be found in this region. The people are friendly, you may watching silversmiths produce amazing jewelry at Kotagede, and the countryside is absolutely scenic and gorgeous. Yogyakarta is one of the foremost cultural centers of Indonesia; very close to Borobudur, this famous UNESCO World Heritage Site is also known as Jogja.
It is a sprawling town in Java. There are many places to visit in this relatively small yet bustling city.


LOMBOK, between the islands of Bali and Sumbawa.
With quick air and sea connections from Bali, and a new international airport, Lombok is easy to get to. Lombok offers many empty and often isolated dream beaches, friendly and interesting people, tasty food and fantastic nature.
It is also the home of the famous Mount Rinjani, so if you like trekking then a trip up to the summit of this active volcano is not to be missed.
If you want to get away from the crowds and go somewhere a little less commercialized then Lombok is a great place to start.