Situated in the Ring of Fire, the Indonesian islands are ever-changing and expanding. The constant evolving provides a diverse topography that offers a wide range of trekking opportunities for all levels. From an easy hike over rolling hills to a strenuous trek up an active volcano, trekking the wonders of Indonesia is endless. Komodo Island is home to the largest lizard on earth, the Komodo Dragon. accompanied by a trained guide from the National Park, this trek is relatively easy as there are many stops to view the native wildlife that roams freely.
For those who are looking for a more active option and a prime photo op, there is Kelimutu Volcano located on neighboring Flores island. The well-deserved reward of this trek is a view of
the three multicolored lakes, each lake a different hue of blue, green, and brown depending on the gases given off by the volcano. A true natural wonder.
Mt Batur’s sunrise trek is probably one of the most famous treks throughout Indonesia. Located on the eastern part of Bali, this trek begins under a starlight sky and ends with a breathtaking sunrise over Mt Agung. While the Banda Islands are best known for their fragrant spices, it is also home to the active volcano, Mount Api. Its towering presence can be seen throughout the islands inviting guests to reach the summit.
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