An archipelago of over 17,000 islands set between the Indian and Pacific Oceans, Indonesia is still largely undiscovered. Containing the most volcanoes of any country in the world, this mountainous land is a magical sight. As the mist rises in the morning, these massive giants appear to be floating in the clouds; a truly mystical spectacle. Lush rainforests and dense jungle are abundant in Sumatra and Borneo. Undiscovered species and unique wildlife, like the giant Komodo dragon and the Javan rhinoceros, animals that exist nowhere else on the planet, make this country a must-see for tourists. Buddhist temples, including the famous Borobudur and Prambanan on the island of Java, add to the lure of Indonesia, accentuating the rich culture that is found in this distinct country.
Bali, a popular tourist destination for surfers and romantics alike, is a predominantly Buddhist island where the scent of burning incense drifts through the beach breeze. A relatively small island with a lot to offer, Bali boasts miles upon miles of rugged coastline and beautiful beaches, with an equal amount of rice paddies and mountainous terrain. With no lack of temples, culture and unique experiences, Bali is suitable for all types of travelers. Whether you’re looking to relax on the beach, bike through the rice fields, hike up one of the rice fields or take to the water for some world-class diving, it can all be found in Bali.