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Indonesia is where the wild meets the extraordinary

From lush rainforests teeming with exotic creatures to pristine marine environments, this archipelago is a paradise for those who want to explore the wonders of the animal kingdom.

Indonesia has vast and diverse ecosystems and offers an incredible range of wildlife experiences for nature enthusiasts and wildlife lovers.

Indonesia is home to the critically endangered orangutan, and Sumatra and Borneo are their last remaining natural habitats. For a chance to observe these intelligent primates in the wild, embark on a trek through the jungles of Gunung Leuser National Park in Sumatra or Tanjung Puting National Park in Borneo. Komodo Island is famous for its inhabitants, the Komodo dragons. These ancient reptiles are the largest lizards on Earth and can be spotted in their natural habitat on guided tours. Witness their fierce hunting skills and unique behaviours.

Papua, particularly in the remote regions of West Papua, is a haven for birdwatchers. It's here that you can find some of the most vibrant and rare bird species, including the iconic birds of paradise. Join expert guides to observe these stunning creatures in their lush rainforest homes. Raja Ampat, part of the Coral Triangle, is one of the world's top diving destinations. The region's diverse marine life includes manta rays, whale sharks, and an incredible variety of coral and fish species. Explore the underwater world and encounter the mesmerizing biodiversity beneath the waves.

The tarsier, one of the world's smallest primates, resides in the dense forests of Sulawesi. Join night safaris to spot these tiny, wide-eyed creatures leaping from tree to tree. Their distinctive appearance and acrobatics make for a captivating wildlife experience. Bali and its neighbouring island, Lombok, are known for their sea turtle conservation efforts. Witness the nesting and hatching of sea turtles on protected beaches. Join local organizations and contribute to the preservation of these endangered marine reptiles.

Indonesia's remarkable biodiversity and natural beauty make it a dream destination for wildlife enthusiasts. Whether you're fascinated by primates, birds, marine life, or reptiles, Indonesia offers a wealth of opportunities to connect with nature and observe its extraordinary inhabitants. Join us in exploring the untamed beauty of Indonesia and creating memories that celebrate the wonders of the animal kingdom.

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