Adventure Travel in Indonesia

Adventure Travel in IndonesiaAlthough Indonesia‘s ingenious little jungle tamerthan a Borneo headhunter days, there are still plenty of options for modern-day sensation seekers. Whethertrekking in the forests and mountains of the vastarchipelago, diving in some of the most biologicallydiverse waters in the world, or visiting with some of the few remaining tribal groups in the world,Indonesia can still live up to his or her unfettered past.
Rinjani mountain

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From the snow-covered peak of Papua to the smokingvolcano in Java, Indonesia presents each trekker withselection, regardless of skill level. The farther the fieldyou plan to go, the more valuable you will find using the tour agencies to arrange your trip. Tour agenciesoften get better deals on airline tickets and can arrange transportation and accommodations in areas where such facilities are scarce. The easternmostprovince of Papua, Indonesia, unfortunatelyexperienced a period of civil unrest, so be sure to getupdated information if you plan to go to there. Snow covered Carstensz Pyramid, known as Puncak Jaya isthe highest mountain in Papua. Please notetrek upCarstensz Pyramid is for experienced climbers.

For those looking for something challenging, butwithout the need of carabineers, try the third highest peak in Papua Trikora, Mountain. Indonesia requires alltrekkers in Papua to get a climbing permit, usuallyarranged by Your travel company. Trekking can be combined with a visit to one of the few remainingethnic groups on the island is experiencing first handthe wonders of what it means to live off the land.

If you like diving, Indonesia, blue water teeming withsea life of all shapes and colors, which should not bemissed. Some of the best diving in the world found inIndonesia and the options come in all price ranges,from a quick dip off the coast of Bali for two weeks ofliveaboard that will take you to the areas that are hard to reach. Among the most popular dive sites for those who want easy access to, as well as beach resorts, is an island off the coast of Bunaken of North Sulawesi.Bunaken has suffered some damage to the coral reefsof fish bombs, but many are still alive or recoverthrough the efforts of local conservation groups. If you prefer a liveaboard, there are many operators to the islands of Komodo, Sulawesi Lembeh Strait andWakatobi, Flores, Alor, and to name a few.

Shop around for the best price and definitely check out the company or you may find You less desirableaccommodations. Once you get into the water,though, expect to be blown away with the fullBarracuda, squid, colorful, and manta.

For eco-tours, the options are endless. From patches of orangutan and forest trekking in Borneo to KomodoDragons at the edge watching, the choice varies withbudget and time frame. Dwindling orangutanpopulation every year and most of the moneycollected from eco-tourism go to support the Foundation and local groups working to save them.Although the number of visitors is limited every year,tour companies can organize excursions to the famousrain forest research Tanjing Putting national parks andCamp Leakey in Kalimantan (Borneo before).

 

A visit to the Ministry of Forestry bait stations may give you the opportunity to interact with them directly.Accommodations and transportation are bestarranged before the flights can vary throughout the year. Other popular ecotourism destination wasKomodo National Park which includes the three majorislands of Komodo, Rinca and Padar, as well as several small islands. A visit to this area can be combined withdiving trips such as water in the reserve is home to about 900-1,000 marine species.

Komodo Dragons on its own, a giant monitor lizard, itis relatively easy to spot, but you are guaranteed tofind them safely with the help of a guide.Accommodation in rustic National Park, but the staff is friendly and the food is decent. Bali Beach Brondongmay not be easy for some, but the treasure ofIndonesia‘s other islands which are not to be missed.