Tarsiers & Volcanoes
Discover the province of North Sulawesi, teamed with pristine forest and home to the spectral tarsiers, a species only found in Indonesia. Rise early to visit the twin volcanoes of Mount Lokon and Empung, considered to be amongst Sulawesi’s most active volcanoes, then take a boat over to Tangkoko Nature Reserve. You are most likely to spot the spectral tarsiers – the smallest primates in the world – sheltering in family groups within the trees at dusk.
The culture is a rich fusion of Indonesia’s indigenous past and centuries of trading routes, with a multitude of influences from religions and customs throughout its history. Just as important as its striking temples are the opportunities to experience village life on tropical islands.
“Indonesia is so much more than just Bali – discover lush jungles, bubbling volcanoes, idyllic islands and a cultural mixing pot of religions and customs.”
Sail through blue waters, embrace island life and discover secluded bays and vibrant reefs teeming with marine life. The country offers some of the world’s best opportunities for diving, with over 80,000 kilometres of coastline and 3.1 million square kilometres of waters to explore.
Explore mountains, volcanoes, beaches and local villages on an 11-night trip to Indonesia, with guiding, experiences, B&B and flights included, from £5,000pp.