Climb volcanoes soaring more than 16,000ft (4,876m) above sea level, dive unique reefs, look out for Komodo dragons or spot the last of the orangutans.
Whether you island hop by boat or plane, or travel across Java and Sumatra by car or bus, you’ll find an exotic world of natural, cultural and spiritual wonders in Indonesia. This country will capture your heart and you’ll leave feeling that life is better than “bagus.”
Bali and Kalimantan are relatively unaffected by the seasons, but things change as you travel further east.
From hammocks to private pool-side villas and scooters to private cars, we look at the most cost effective and efficient options.
How to identify a good food vendor from the bad, top best dishes to taste, and cooking classes to test your skills.
Find out how you can make a difference while you travel around Indonesia.
Find out how long your visa will last before you need to pay for an extension.
Secluded surfing, mountain hikes and searching for Sumatran tigers, pick your adventure.
The Baliem Valley is littered with pristine fossils. Keep your eyes peeled for them on the ground, but don’t touch or remove them.
Don't be the guy with the Tiger Temple selfie. Follow this expert's advice on how to photograph wildlife without causing harm and suffering.
Listen to Episode 13 of The World Nomads Podcast. Which of Indonesia's 17,000 islands to explore, the man caught between warring tribes, and the travel app embracing the sharing culture.