The nation of over 17,000 islands 734 different of tribes language, 1.340 of tribes, made this country is a massive potential for adventures. Indonesia itself is a land of so many cultures, peoples, animals, customs, plants, sights, art and foods that it defies homogenisation.The people are as radically different from each other as the variety of landscapes you'll see, with every island a unique blend of the people who live there. Over time, deep and rich cultures have evolved, from the mysteries of the spiritual Balinese to the ancient animist belief system of the Asmat people of Papua.
Indonesia is a nation that sprawls along the equator for 5000 km
Sulawesi's wildly multi-limbed coastline embraces white-sand beaches and diving haunts, while Sumatra is contoured by a legion of volcanoes marching off into the distance. Bali's beaches are the stuff of legend, but you don't have to travel far to find even more beautiful and less touristed stretches of sand within in Nusa Tenggara Barat and Nusa Tenggara timur covering in Lombok and Flores. Derawan in Kalimantan and Lihaga Island off North Sulawesi all offer superb beaches too.
There’s the sublime in Indonesia as : an orang-utan swinging among the trees in Borneo. The artful of Balinese dancer executing precise moves. The heart-stopping: the ominous menace of a Komodo dragon (Varanus Komodoensis). And the shocking : the funeral ceremonies of Tana Toraja in South sulawesi.