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Kayaking, treking, surfing, rock climbing ... these are only some of the many exhilarating adventures that are on offer in Indonesia. From white water rafting down the rapids of the Maiting River in Sulawesi to climbing the peaks of one of the world’s most famous volcanos at Krakatau, Indonesia has enough thrilling adventures to keep any adrenaline junkie busy. Discover a whole new world of excitement as you climb active volcanos and take in the awe-inspiring views. For those who are flexible enough to get in tight spaces and don’t mind the dark, explore the caves of Java where you will see some unique rock formations that are sure to make your jaw drop. As you make your way around the country, surf some of the world’s biggest swells in North Sumatra or hike the high snowcapped peaks of the mountains of Papua. For hikers who don’t mind a bit of rough travel, get off the beaten track in the jungle in Kalimantan where you will meet the Dayak people, search for wildlife and get up close and personal with wild orang utans. Come to Indonesia and you will get an unfrogettable experience of excitement, adventure and fun.

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  • Sipiso-piso Waterfall

    Sipiso-piso Waterfall

    Set in the beautiful highlands of North Sumatra, the stunning Sipiso-piso waterfall is located on the North side of Lake Toba, 24 kms from Kabanjahe. This long but narrow waterfall drops 120 meters into an impressive gorge below. This thundering waterfal is popular with visitors who come to photograph this magnificent natural wonder. Surrounded by a lush green mountainscape and with a rainbow forming at the base of the waterfall, it’s hard...

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    Location: Sumatra » North Sumatra

     
    Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park: Home of the Sumatran Tigers

    Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park: Home of the Sumatran Tigers

    Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park (BBSNP) – or the South Bukit Barisan National Park - spans over three of Sumatra’s provinces. They are: Lampung, South Sumatra and Bengkulu. Along with Mount Leuser and Kerinci Seblat, the combined national parks make up the Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra inscribed in the UNESCO’s World Heritage List, which runs along the entire western spine of the island.  The main objective of...

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    Location: Sumatra » Lampung » Kab. Lampung Barat

     
    The Beach at Iboih – Pulau Weh's Hidden Paradise

    The Beach at Iboih – Pulau Weh's Hidden Paradise

    All is silent as the wooden boat appears to be floating through the air, but in fact is slowly moving along the shallow waters of the Iboih Beach:  the waters are so calm and crystal clear that it feels as if it is floating in the air. The beautiful and natural beaches at Iboih will surely change your perception of a boat coming in to dock at the pier.Pantai Iboih, also known as Teupin Layeu, is located opposite the west bank of the...

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    Location: Sumatra » Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam » Kota Sabang

     
    Tapaktuan : Surf , Beaches and Waterfalls

    Tapaktuan : Surf , Beaches and Waterfalls

    Tapaktuan is a fairly remote and rugged town on the coast of southwest Aceh Province facing the Indian Ocean, affectionately dubbed by many foreign tourists as “the prettiest town in Sumatra.” The coast of Tapaktuan is lined with large boulders and sees massive waves striking the shore. Aside from the beautiful waves, another main attraction is the large expanse of shimmering white sand along the beach. Beyond the beaches are a...

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    Location: Sumatra » Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam » Kab. Aceh Selatan

     
  • The Asahan River

    The Asahan River

    Flowing from Lake Toba, the biggest Crater Lake in the world, through the staggering Sigura-gura Dam, passing the valley of the Bukit Barisan Mountain Range, before pouring into the Malacca Straits at Nibung Gulf, the Asahan River is not merely a major river in North Sumatra but also an endless stream of excitement for river rafting enthusiasts. Centered at the Bandar Pulau Sub District in the Asahan Regency, North Sumatra Province, the Asahan...

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    Location: Sumatra » North Sumatra » Kab. Asahan

     
    Bengkulu’s Tranquil Danau Dendam Tak Sudah Nature Reserve

    Bengkulu’s Tranquil Danau Dendam Tak Sudah Nature Reserve

    Lake of “Endless Vengeance” that is what Danau Dendam Tak Sudah means literally.   Beyond its sinister name, the lake, situated by the town of Curup, 6Km from Bengkulu City, capital of Bengkulu Province, presents its own distinct beauty and tranquility.   The 37.5 hectares lake and its stretching surrounding green hills are one elaborate nature reserve that holds significant biodiversities and an important ecological...

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    Location: Sumatra » Bengkulu

     
    Bengkulu City

    Bengkulu City

    Bengkulu, capital and largest city of Bengkulu Province, is not only the center of the provincial administration and facilities but it is also a city steeped in history. Traces of the great bygone era decorate major parts of the city and radiate a distinct classic ambience.   With a total area of 245.67 km², the city of Bengkulu is situated on the south-west coast of Sumatra directly facing the Indian Ocean. The city was once named...

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    Location: Sumatra » Bengkulu » Kota Bengkulu

     

    Tesso Nilo National Park

    Located in the Riau province, the Tesso Nilo National Park is arguably the largest lowland rainforest on the island of Sumatra. Today the Park covers an area of 83,068 hectares, having grown twice as large from the former 38,576 hectares in 2004 when it was designated as a National Park.  Tesso Nilo stretches along 4 districts, namely the districts of Palalawan, Indragiri Hulu, Kuantan Sengingi and Kampar. Tesso Nilo is planned to be...

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    Location: Sumatra » Riau

     
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