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Indonesia has a lot to offer to travellers who visit the island with a hope of experiencing something exciting and thrilling. It is a land with huge potential for adventures centred on its pristine beaches, quasi-active volcanoes etc.


Gili Islands, Lombok

A group of three small islands – Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno and Gili Air, Gili Islands boast white sand beaches and clear blue waters. The islands are best known for their picturesque appeal and wonderful water sports opportunities such as snorkelling, diving, surfing, island hopping and glass-bottom boat tours. With a number of diving centres, these islands are highly popular among divers from all over the world.

Kelimutu Lake, Nusa Tenggara Timur

One of the most visited spots in Indonesia, Kelimutu is a collective term given to three crater lakes in three different colours – red, blue and white. Formed by Kelimutu volcano, these lakes have different appearances despite being situated on the same volcanic peak. Visitors can enjoy trekking while exploring the wonders of the surrounding and taking in the beauty of the landscape. Most tourists visit here to enjoy the fabulous sunsets and sunrises.

Mount Rinjani, Nusa Tenggara Barat

An active volcano on Mount Lambok, Mount Rinjani is the second highest volcano of Indonesia locally known as Gunung Rinjani. With its serene beauty, this place draws the attention of travellers from different parts of the world. The mountain is an ideal haven for hikers but is perhaps not most suitable for casual travellers due to its tricky path. There are numerous decent homestay options around the mountain including Hakiki Inn, Green Orry Inn, and Dewi Tunjung Biru.

Komodo National Park, Lesser Sunda Islands

Situated within the Lesser Sunda Islands, Komodo National Park is one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in Indonesia and is best known for the presence of giant Monitor Lizards known as Komodo Dragons. This largely rugged, arid and barren island appeals to nature and wildlife enthusiasts from all around. Besides spotting Komodo Dragons, you can enjoy exciting activities such as trekking, kayaking and diving.

Sumatra Island

One of the largest islands in the world, Sumatra Island is a peaceful and thrilling haven capturing the attention of all sorts of travellers. Known for its rugged tropical terrain, wildlife and smouldering volcanoes, the island promises a terrific time to the nature lovers. Visitors can trek through the lush jungles and explore rich wildlife including wild Orangutans, Thomas leaf monkeys, and gibbons.

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