The people are as varied as the landscapes. Indonesia is the largest Islamic country with 90% of the population practicing Muslims, besides Hiduism, Buddhism, and Christianity. The culture is also diverse throughout the archipelago as well.
With the richness of landscape and culture, there are so many activities that cater to every conceivable taste. Explore paradise on Bali, where stunning beaches dot the coast, juxtaposed by the dramatic volcanic landscape and terraced rice paddies of the interior. Island hop over to Jogjakarta, the capital of Java, which is home to the 9th century Borobudur, the world’s largest and most impressive Buddhist Temple as well as an active volcano. Head further east to the island of Komodo, home of the legendary dragon, or to the isle of Moyo, a protected area which offers some of the best marine activities in the region. For those who love jungle wildlife, Kalimantan is their destination to make the most memorable moment while watching orangutan swinging through the jungle canopy.