From pink beaches to the carnivorous Komodo dragons, Pulau Komodo Island is the best place to tour for a bucket list adventurer. Here's how to get there.
Bali is, by far, the most popular and heavily visited of Indonesia’s islands. Despite its small size, it manages to offer points of interest for just about everyone. You can squeeze a lot in a well-planned one day itinerary.
Beyond the popular Indonesia island of Bali there lies many other treasures — from Bandung to Lombok to Raja Ampat to Yogyakarta there's the perfect place and adventure for every type of traveler.
While in the Yogyakarta region there are three of these magnificent monuments not to miss, and if you are as tenacious as me you can hit them all in one day: from sunrise to sunset.
You'll have to venture way beyond Bali in order to explore the very remote Raja Ampat, who can definitely give Indonesia's most popular island a serious run for its money.
Indonesia is more than overwater bungalows and meditation retreats. There is also an adventurous side to the country and off-roading through the Jayagiri Rainforest is one thrilling ride that you will never forget.