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Indonesia Travel

Indonesia, a country of 17,000 islands and 150 volcanos, sits at the intersection of the Pacific and Indian Oceans and comprises a huge portion of the Ring of Fire, a string of volcanoes and sites of known seismic activity. On top of its fascinating geological record, with 120 of its volcanoes dated to the current Holocene Epoch, Indonesia’s speckled islands are home to lush wilderness, breathtaking vistas, vibrant wildlife, cultural diversity, and anthropological wonders, all situated amidst sparkling seas on all sides. Only an island-hopping cruise can possibly allow you to see and experience as much as the region can offer in a limited amount of time.

A Multitude of Natural and Cultural Phenomena

With so many sights and experiences to choose from, the Indonesian archipelago can make for a difficult itinerary to plan. Where do you begin, when your choice of bustling modern metropolises includes Bali, Bandung, Surabaya, and Jakarta? Which religious sites should you see, when the region boasts such famous locations as the Hindu Prambanan Temple in southern Java and Borobodur Temple in central Java, the largest Buddhist temple in the world? These are the kinds of decisions that we at TravelQuest specialize in, especially when the crowning jewel of your trip is a glimpse of a total solar eclipse! Our itineraries are packed with stops at UNESCO World Heritage sites like Komodo National Park and small towns and villages alike, so that you can absorb the local history and flavor, savor the phenomena of the region’s unique ecosystems, and appreciate astronomical events from the other side of the world.

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Experience Indonesia Travel with TravelQuest

Our travels to Indonesia have introduced guests to Bali, the jewel of the Java Sea and home to dazzling, rejuvenating beachside resorts and magical landscapes, as well as Komodo National Park, East Nusa Tenggara, abode to the world-famous Komodo dragons and pristine mangrove swamps, as well as long stretches of the Timor Sea, where we have been afforded a perfect glimpse of a total solar eclipse. Other stops include the neighboring nation of Timor-Leste, famed for its coral reefs, home to Nino Conies Santana National Park, and a historically vital Portuguese imperial outpost. At TravelQuest, we ensure that your travels take you from one jaw-dropping destination to another.

Flight times to Indonesia may be long, but that’s why TravelQuest trips start out best with a chance to refresh at a sandy resort, where you can rest, relax, and acclimate to your fascinating new surroundings. It’s the kind of trip that has so much to show you that it begs for you to make happen. To make sure you stay informed of upcoming Indonesia travel opportunities, contact us today and choose to stay notified so you are the first to hear about it.